Japanese automaker Honda has just launched the Jazz in India. The company is offering some accessories for the premium hatchback.

Honda Jazz Accessories List
The top variant of the Jazz misses out on a front armrest which is offered here

Honda finally launched the much-awaited Jazz premium hatchback in India. The vehicle might give a tough time to its competitors, at least initially till the hype drowns. Honda has also revealed a list of accessories that will be available with the Jazz. These accessories add a nice sporty touch to the vehicle and increase its appeal. Certain accessories are also very useful in nature and they make a good buy to complement the car. The list of accessories includes the following –

* Front grille with chrome trim
* New alloy wheels
* Front centre armrest
* Door sills with illumination
* Rear parking sensors
* Seat covers
* Body kit add-ons for the front and rear bumper and side-skirts
* Rear spoiler
* Floor mats
* Mud flaps

These Honda authorised accessories will be available at all dealerships of the company. The Jazz is available with both petrol and diesel engines. The petrol engine gets the option of a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT gearbox. The Jazz i-VTEC is offered in the following variants – E, S, SV, V, VX, S CVT and VX CVT. The 1.2-litre petrol motor belts out 90 PS of power and 110 Nm of torque. The 1.5-litre i-DTEC Earth Dreams engine produces 100 PS of power and 200 Nm of torque, it comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox.

The Jazz is being manufactured at Honda’s Tapukara facility where the City is also produced. Deliveries for the Jazz have already begun and it competes with other premium hatchbacks like the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Volkswagen Polo, Fiat Punto Evo and most importantly, the Hyundai Elite i20. The company is investing Rs. 380 crore to increase its production facility to 3 lakh units per annum by 2016. Honda is also expanding its dealer network to 300 outlets (from the current 240) by the end of this fiscal.

Honda Jazz Accessories
Honda hasn’t introduced an RS variant of the Jazz, unlike the Mobilio