Is the case with other Honda models made in India.
The Honda Jazz sold in international markets gets a range of customization options from Mugen and Modulo. However, there are no plans to introduce these kits for the Indian market Jazz at the moment. For owners seeking that little bit of exclusivity, Honda Cars India will offer "sporty" accessories for the hatchback.
Like in the case of the Amaze, some of the accessories could be borrowed from the Modulo collection, and sold without the branding.
Honda confirmed to IAB that bookings for the 2015 Honda Jazz will commence around the 20th of June, and the national launch will be held on July 8. The car will have a 1.2-liter i-VTEC petrol engine with an option of a CVT, and a 1.5-liter i-DTEC diesel engine.
As per a web report, Honda is planning 12 variants of the Jazz.