- BS6 Honda Jazz starting price is Rs 7.50 lakh, now it will be available in three petrol-only variants
There were many big launches in the auto segment today. For a long time, Honda Motor has launched its new Honda Jazz in the market. At the same time, Ducati has brought the Penigale V2 for sports bike enthusiasts, so let’s talk about these vehicles one by one.
Honda launched the Jazz 2020 in the Indian market with new cosmetic and updated features. With these updates, a new BS6 compliant petrol engine has also been given in it. From now on, Honda Jazz will be available only in petrol engines. The new Honda Jazz will be available in three variants V, VX along with the All New ZX trim. Its starting price is 7.50 lakh rupees.
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BS6 Honda Jazz: specifications and features
- The updated Honda Jazz will get BS6 compliant 1.2 liter, 4 cylinder, petrol engine, which will generate 90 PS of power and 110 Nm of torque. As before, it will get 5-speed manual and CVT automatic gearbox options. The company has discontinued a 1.5-liter engine with 100 horsepower.
- The company says that the petrol-manual will get a mileage of 16.6kpl while the CVT automatic will get a mileage of 17.1kpl, which is rated by ARAI.
- Speaking of features, the new Jazz’s top-end ZX trim features a 7.0-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Car Play support, automatic climate control, rear camera, keyless entry and go, power adjustable and foldable ORVMs, LED headlights. More taillights will be found. The CVT will also get sunroof and pedal-shifters.
Ducati Panigale V2: Rs 1.70 lakh more expensive than 959 Panigale
For sports bike lovers, Ducati launched the Ducati Penigale V2 as its first BS6 motorcycle in India. Its ex-showroom price is 16.99 lakh rupees. It has been launched as a replacement for Ducati 959 Penigale worth 15.30 lakh rupees. The company will soon begin its delivery.
The new Penigale V2 will get a 955 cc superquadro, twin cylinder engine that generates 155 horsepower at 10750 rpm and 104 Nm of torque at 9000 rpm. It gets a 6-speed gearbox and a bi-directional quickshifter.
In India, it will be brought from Thailand as a CBU unit. There will be three ride modes – Race, Sport and Street. The bike is equipped with features such as ABS, anti-wheelie control and engine brake control.