The Jazz would be made at the Rajasthan plant.
The spyshot here shows the new Honda Jazz with 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, apart from other features like foglights and body-colored handles and wing mirrors indicating that the car here is a top-end variant.
Upon launch, which is expected to take place in the next couple of months, the new Jazz will be available with a 1.2-liter petrol engine and a 1.5-liter diesel engine, both paired to a manual gearbox as standard. An automatic could be offered on the petrol variant.
The Jazz, based on the new Honda City's platform, will likely be manufactured at Honda Cars India's Tapukara plant in Rajasthan, where the sedan is also made. Reports indicate that Honda is targeting a localization content of above 90 percent for the hatchback, suggesting that prices will be indeed be competitive. The first time the Jazz was launched in India back in 2009, it's premium pricing and lack of a diesel model put off buyers which led to a slow demise for the hatchback.
Coming to features, the top-end variant of the Jazz is expected to come with all the bells and whistles seen on the City. Keyless entry with an engine starter button, power folding wing mirrors, an integrated music system with a reverse camera, dual front airbags, ABS, alloy wheels, climate control and a multifunction steering wheel will be on offer.
Competitors: Tata Bolt, Fiat Punto Evo, Maruti Swift, Hyundai Elite i20, VW Polo
Expected Price: INR 5–7 lakhs, ex-Showroom
Launch date in India: 2015
[Source - GaadiWaadi]