Honda WR-V, Amaze, Jazz Exclusive edition launch tomorrow

    Published On Feb 06, 2019 11:19:00 AM



    The Japanese carmaker releases dealer-customised models of its popular models to make them even more appealing and competitive.

    Honda Car India is all set to announce the market launch and pricing of special “Exclusive Edition” models tomorrow. The Honda WR-V, Amaze and Jazz will get cosmetic upgrades as part of this package.

    The Honda Exclusive edition cars will be available in following models:

    • Honda WR-V VX MT petrol and diesel
    • Honda Amaze VX MT petrol and diesel
    • Jazz VX CVT

    The WR-V Exclusive edition gets unique seat covers, illuminated door sills, a blackened rear spoiler with an LED light, unique body graphics and a new emblem. The Amaze Exclusive edition gets black wheel-caps, unique seat covers, illuminated door sills, a front armrest with slide and console box and a new emblem. The Jazz CVT Exclusive edition gets black alloy wheels, seat covers, illuminated door sills, a tailgate spoiler, body graphics and a new emblem.

    The Honda Exclusive edition models will be customised at the dealer level with all the accessories coming straight from the factory. The tailgate spoiler will be painted black (WR-V and Jazz) by the dealer. The Jazz CVT Exclusive edition’s black alloy wheel will be a factory fitment. All Exclusive edition models from Honda will be sold only in “Radiant red” or “Orchid white” paint shades.

    With the Exclusive edition package, Honda aims to increase appeal of its popular models in the market and make them more competitive. The company is also gearing up to introduce the all-new Civic sedan in the Indian market sometime next month.

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