Honda reveal next generation Jazz | New Release - Car News Oct 2019

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15:47 Thursday 24 Oct 2019

The all-new Honda Jazz have been unveiled and, for the first time, it will come with hybrid powertrain technology as standard.

The next generation Jazz will arrive on the market next summer, and will signal the start of Honda’s commitment to electrify all of its mainstream European range by 2022.  The new two-motor hybrid powertrain will provide a combination of driving performance and fuel economy.

Another new addition to the Jazz range is the Crosstar version, which is a crossover style model with increased ride height, a unique front grille design, water-resistant upholstery and integrated roof rails.

The all-new Jazz has been completely redesigned.  Amongst the improvements are A-pillars which are 50% narrower for improved visibility, sharper, more vertical shoulder lines to emphasise the Jazz's broader stance and sense of stability, a new horizontal light cluster layout, and a discrete roof spoiler.

Technology features include a new LCD touchscreen with swipe controls, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and wireless connection.

A spacious interior includes wider, more supportive front seats, and thicker rear seat pads mean greater comfort for passengers too.  With the fuel tank sited in the centre of the chassis, beneath the front seats, space in the cabin in freed up for both fold-flat and flip-up seat configurations to maximise load carrying capability.

Safety features include a new wider, higher-definition camera, Collision Mitigation Brake System, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keep Assist.

Pricing details will follow closer to launch.


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