That’s $19,490 to be exact which is $1,000 more expensive than the Jazz VTi with the CVT automatic. But for that, Honda says, the Jazz Limited Edition’s new features amount to more than $3,000 in value, so you’re presumably still coming out on top.
Specifically, the Limited Edition gives the Jazz a set of 15-inch alloys, rear parking sensors, rear roof spoiler, front fog lamps, and a new ‘Sports’ black front grille.
Just like all other variants of the Honda Jazz, it still offers the rather clever 18-way configurable Magic Seat arrangement for versatile cargo carrying ability and is powered by a 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine that chucks out 88kW and 145Nm that’s mated to their Earth Dreams continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins, said: “With the success of the Honda Jazz Limited Edition in 2015, Honda welcomes the return of the 2016 Honda Jazz Limited Edition model. It offers a range of value-added features for customers without the hefty price tag,”
“The Honda Jazz Limited Edition is very competitive and combined with sensible packaging, a modern interior and really versatile luggage space, is the perfect urban companion.”