The Honda Jazz Limited Edition has been rolled out again, on the back of the company’s success with last year’s special of the same name.
With a claimed $3000 worth of extra features for just $1000 over the base car, Honda says the new 2017 Jazz LE features a number of “customer-focused” upgrades.
Based on the VTi variant equipped with the continuously-variable transmission (CVT), the 2017 Jazz LE adds 15-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, a roof-mounted rear spoiler, front fog lights and a sporty black grille.
Compared to last year’s $18,290 (plus on-road costs) model, the 2017 Jazz LE misses out on door sill trims and alloy sports pedals.
Under the bonnet is the same 88kW/145Nm 1.5-cylinder four-cylinder petrol engine, mated to the aforementioned CVT transmission.
Claimed fuel economy, like the rest of the Jazz range, is rated at 5.8L/100km.
The 2017 Honda Jazz LE is available to order now, from $19,490 drive away with solid paint. Buyers wanting metallic or pearlescent colours will need to pay an extra $495, taking the total to $19,985 drive away.
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