2015 Honda Jazz Revealed Ahead of Geneva Motor Show
The 2015 Honda Jazz will be debuting soon at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, but the Japanese automaker has already revealed new photos and details of the European production model in advance of the big premiere. Still, nothing too earth-shattering here, considering it’s essentially the same as the concept version that we saw in Paris last year.
Built on the same global B-segment platform as the Honda HR-V, this lighter and stiffer Jazz is also 95 millimeters longer than its predecessor, giving it class-leading interior space (made even more versatile by the addition of Honda’s Magic Seat system).
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A seven-inch touchscreen featuring the Honda Connect infotainment system provides real-time news and Internet radio, and additional apps can be downloaded from the Honda App Center. Garmin Navigation is also an option.
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A new 1.3-liter i-VTEC gasoline engine from Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology series provides 101 horsepower and is mated to a new six-speed manual or a semi-automatic CVT transmission.
Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Assist, and High-beam Support are some of the safety features included in the new 2015 Honda Jazz. It will be interesting to see which of these components end up in the Jazz’s American cousin, the Honda Fit.