Honda Jazz gets alloy wheels standard in 2017 update

Honda gives entry-level Jazz new 15” alloy wheels for 2017…

Honda Jazz gets alloy wheels standard in 2017 update

Honda Australia is out to try and turn around a slow-down in Honda Jazz sales of late with some extra equipment being added into the model at no extra cost.

Australian sales numbers for the Jazz tumbled more than 14% in 2016 in a light car market that also receded by more than 13%.

However, Honda boss Stephen Collins says the Honda Jazz still has a great story to tell for hatchback buyers.

“Jazz has a spacious and flexible interior thanks to its ‘Magic Seats’,”

The MY17 Honda Jazz welcomes 15” five-spoke alloy wheels on the entry-level VTi.

The new wheels add to a features list that includes LED headlights and tail lights, and a reverse camera.

The rest of the Jazz model range remains unchanged and prices still kick-off from $14,990.

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