2015 Honda Jazz CVT accounts for 40% of bookings – Report

Posted on: Jul 9, 2015 - 11:31am IST

The Jazz and Polo are the only cars to offer an AT in their segment.

The 2015 Honda Jazz was launched in India yesterday with prices starting at INR 5.3 lakhs, ex-Showroom, New Delhi. However, bookings for the premium hatchback commenced as early as June 16, 2015. While Honda Cars India did not comment on the number of bookings it had received, a report on Autocar India states that the CVT variant has accounted for the major chunk.

2015 Honda Jazz India launch live picture
The CVT is offered only on two variants of the Jazz petrol.

Over 40 percent of buyers have ordered the CVT automatic variant, which is available on two variants of the Jazz petrol. The petrol manual accounts for 25 percent of bookings while the diesel, which is sold only with a 6-speed manual transmission, has received 35 percent of orders. Overall, the petrol-diesel split is at 65 percent favoring the petrol model.

Even with the case of the Elite i20, which recently hit the 1 lakh sales milestone, the petrol variant outsold the diesel model by a small margin (51,326 units of petrol and 49,180 units of diesel), indicating that petrol cars are seeing a comeback.

2015 Honda Jazz CVT India launch
The CVT variant has a claimed fuel efficiency of 19 km/l, a best-in-segment figure.

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The Jazz CVT is powered by the 1.2-liter i-VTEC engine capable of 90 PS and 110 Nm of torque. The CVT variant gets paddle shifters and 7-stepped ratios on the top-end variant. The CVT variants of the Jazz are priced at INR 6.99 lakhs for the ‘S’ and INR 7.85 lakhs for the ‘V’ variant, ex-Showroom, New Delhi.

2015 Honda Jazz – Image Gallery

[Source – AutocarIndia]

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One thought on “2015 Honda Jazz CVT accounts for 40% of bookings – Report

  1. hi2aravind says:

    AMT and other automatics are the future especially in metros where traffic is terrible. Wishing Maruti Suzuki to put AMT in their big cars like S-Cross or YRA.. I am currently driving i10 automatic and looking for automatic upgrade.. Petrol AMT or Diesel Conventional automatic will make more financial sense..


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