Honda unveiled the revamped European Jazz that will make its debut at the Frankfurt auto show in September, before it starts being sold in November. The model has a fresh look with new bumpers, a new grille, new wheels, new lights and a new available metallic paint, called Skyride Blue.
There’s also a sporty version, that has a red front splitter, a diffuser, side skirts, a spoiler, LED lights, fog lamps and 16-inch black rims with tires measuring 185/55. Its interior has new decorations and orange stitching, new seats as well as a leather steering wheel and gear lever. Its luggage space reaches 354 liters, that after folding the rear seats reaches 897 liters.
It is available with a 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine, that produces 130 hp when combined with a CVT transmission and consumes 5.4 liters of gasoline per 100 km and a 1.3-liter i-VTEC of 102 hp offered on all versions except the Sport version.
The car’s standard equipment features the stand-alone braking system City-Brake Active, automatic lights and cruise control, while its additional equipment includes the Forward Collision Warning system, the Lane Departure Warning, the Traffic Sign Recognition, a rearview camera, a keyless entry system and an infotainment system with a 7 inch screen.