2018 Honda Jazz, CR-V gain limited-run ‘+Sport’ variants

The limited-edition “+Sport’ adds some exterior garnish and safety features to both the Honda’s popular hatch and large SUV

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Honda has introduced limited-edition “+Sport” variants to its Jazz and CR-V models.

The +Sport pack adds some exterior bling and safety features to the mid-spec Jazz VTi-S and the entry-level, front-wheel-drive CR-V VTi (2WD).

Retailing for $20,590, the Jazz +Sport gains $1600 worth of additional features – 16-inch black alloy wheels, gloss-black rear licence plate garnish, a +Sport badge and rear parking sensors – for just $600 more than the VTi-S.

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It will be available in four colours: White Orchid Pearlescent, Phoenix Orange Pearlescent, Rally Red and Crystal Black Pearlescent. 

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The CR-V +Sport brings extra features to the entry-level CR-V VTi (2WD) including 18-inch alloys, lane departure warning, front and rear parking sensors, rear privacy glass, black sports grille and a +Sport badge.

Honda says the extra features are worth $4100 but only attract a $1900 premium over the VTi, taking the CRV +Sport retail price to $32,490 with a national driveaway price of $35,490.

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The CR-V +Sport is also available in four colours – Passion Red Pearlescent, Lunar Silver Metallic, White Orchid Pearlescent and Modern Steel Metallic.

Very limited numbers of the Jazz +Sport and CR-V +Sport plus are now available at Honda dealers with the Japanese manufacturer’s five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.

 

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