Honda Malaysia is set to introduce the Jazz facelift soon, as bookings for the new model will be opened on 11 May. Our friends over at Automachi was tipped by a reader with details of the updated Honda Jazz.
First up, the new Honda Jazz will receive LED daytime running lights and new dual-tone alloy wheels. On top of that, the new Jazz will also receive a new chrome front grille plus revised front and rear bumpers. Inside, we can expect to see the inclusion of a new multi-angle reverse camera and combi leather seats. All variants of the new Jazz will also receive a push start button with smart entry system, which was previously available on the Jazz Grade E and Grade V only.
Safety wise, the leaked brochure mentioned that 6 airbags, VSA, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), HSA, BA and ABS is available, though there is no mention that the safety kit is standard on all variants. If the updated Honda City is any indication, VSA could be standard on all variants of the new Jazz.
From what we gathered, changes aren't as drastic as the updated Honda City, but that may not be all as Honda Malaysia has previously teaser that we could expect a Jazz Hybrid some time this year.