Upcoming hatchback comparison - Tata Bolt Vs Honda Jazz

Saturday 22 November 2014, 14:31 PM by

The Indian automobile sector is a paradise for amazing compact hatchbacks and is continually getting loaded with fresh arrivals. There is a plethora of hatchbacks offered every year by several manufacturers. The 12 edition of the 2014 Auto Expo showcased many new hatchbacks for the Indian market, some of which have officially propelled the business. Among some of the exceptionally anticipated hatchback models are the Tata Bolt and the new Honda Jazz. While the Japanese auto major Honda is all set to launch all new Jazz next year, the auto major from India, Tata Motors is expected to present the new Bolt hatchback around this year's end.

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New Honda Jazz

The all New Honda Jazz is anticipated to turn into a hit in the Indian market. The hatchback is likely to feature an option of both petrol and diesel engines. The petrol guise will come mated to a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine, whereas its diesel counterpart will feature a 1.5-liter i-DTEC Earth dream engine. The Jazz was consistently known for its interior being spacious. Likewise, the premium features have an included advantage over it. This new Jazz is expected to be sold at a price close to the i20, which is near Rs. 500,000- Rs. 600,000 (for the base variant). It is anticipated to be launched in early 2015.

Tata Bolt

Tailored on the lines of Indica Vista, Tata Motors is all ready to launch its new hatchback, Bolt. As of late, the maker dispatched the Zest Sedan, and the sales have been very complimenting till date. Recently included features incorporate the supplanted Christmas tree tail lamp on the back and a new design facade. The engines will be same as the Zest - 1.3-liter diesel powertrain and 1.2-liter petrol. Industry experts estimates that its price will fall somewhere around Rs. 400,000 – Rs. 500,000 and will release soon by the end of 2014.

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