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Take a closer look at the all-new Honda Jazz and Honda Jazz Crosstar.
The new Honda Jazz takes everything people loved about the older Jazz - practicality, ease-of-use and low running costs - and brings it even more up to date. One of the biggest changes is a new hybrid powertrain which aims to help the Jazz to become even more frugal while lowering emissions. Let’s take a look at it in a bit more detail.
Honda has breathed new life into the Jazz’s interior thanks to the inclusion of new materials and a fresh design which takes styling cues from the firm’s upcoming ‘e’ EV. However, practicality hasn’t been forgotten about; Honda has included its clever ‘Magic Seats’ technology to give even more interior space. Fold them up, and you’ve got a huge amount of load area to play with behind the front seats - the Jazz is a whole lot bigger than its exterior proportions would lead you to expect.
The interior quality of the all-new Jazz provides high levels of comfort and spaciousness.The contemporary interior layout offers a clean look and mirrors the sleek exterior. This is complemented by an uncluttered, user-friendly instrument panel. Honda have designed wider, body-stabilizing front seats which feature mat-structure support to help prevent fatigue on long journeys. Along with improved rear-seat design and a thicker rear seat pad provides greater comfort for passengers too.
The outside look of the Jazz has been taken firmly into the future; it’s sharper, more eye-catching yet still well-rounded. In short, it’s a great compromise between being interesting without appearing too ‘look at me’. The front of the car features distinctive LED running lights and a svelte front grille, while a rounded windscreen gives it a futuristic look. One thing is for certain - few people will find the look of the new Jazz boring.
This Honda Hybrid has a seamless and clean design. With new structural technologies, the A-pillar is half the width of that on the previous model, which has improved forward horizontal visibility.
Honda has had a long-standing reputation for including plenty of technology in its new cars and the Jazz is no different. The Jazz Hybrid is packed with infotainment technology. The seamless in-car connectivity and a WiFi hotspot ensure occupants can stay connected with everyday life.
The new LCD touchscreen interface features familiar smartphone-style usability, with swipe controls to browse recently used applications and media lists. The comprehensive suite of in-built apps can be supplemented by seamless smartphone mirroring, via built-in Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which is available for Jazz occupants via a wireless connection for the first time.
Honda Sensing technology has been enhanced with the application of a new wider, higher-definition camera, replacing the previous camera and radar set-up. which improves awareness of vehicle surroundings, including recognition of verges without kerbs or roadside markings. Oher improve features include Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC).
For the first time ever in Europe, the Jazz will only be available with an advanced two-motor hybrid powertrain, which provides an exceptional blend of strong and effortless driving performance and impressive fuel economy. The system is newly developed for Jazz and provides a smooth, responsive and direct driving feel.
Despite its compact proportions, the Jazz packs in a lot of cutting-edge engine technology. The Jazz is only available as a hybrid now, and that means you get a 1.5-litre Atkinson-cycle petrol engine linked to two electric motors. One of the motors is used to power the wheels, while the other converts energy coming from the petrol engine and stores it in the small on-board battery. The Jazz can be driven in electric-only mode, or in full hybrid mode, which combines the two. Of course, it can be driven by the petrol engine on its own, too - when travelling on motorways, for instance.
What trim levels are available on the new Honda Jazz Hybrid?
There are four levels to choose from with the new Jazz - let’s take a look at them.
SE comes as the entry point to the Jazz range, but don’t go thinking it’s some spartan specification - Honda has ensured that the SE brings plenty of equipment. It receives the full infotainment setup, air conditioning and cruise control as well as electric windows and those all-important magic seats
Bump up to SR grade and you’ll find front and rear parking sensors added to the list of standard equipment, as well as Apple CarPlay and 15-inch alloy wheels. It doesn’t build on the SE trim too much, but the addition of parking sensors will likely be an addition to persuade many.
EX trim level is where equipment levels really jump. Keyless entry and start gets added to the list, while a high-end leather steering wheel gives the car a more luxurious feel. One of the biggest additions here, however, is a full Garmin navigation system which for many will be a key feature - and it’s certainly one which helps when getting around.
Finally, there’s Crosstar EX, which Honda has given a go-anywhere appeal. It gains water-repellent upholstery for those who live more adventurous lifestyles - and makes the Jazz ideal for surfers or swimmers - while chrome roof rails mean there’s the option of fitting roof racks or accessories. The Crosstar also benefits from an intricate alloy wheel design which helps to add presence to the Jazz.
The all-new Jazz and Jazz Crosstar both have advanced hybrid powertrain but individual personalities. Whether you choose the sophisticated Jazz or the lifestyle Crosstar, you’ll be impressed with the smooth and efficient drive it delivers.
The Honda Jazz Hybrid
The Honda Jazz Crosstar Hybrid
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With Two-tone black roof:
The exterior paint choice dictates the interior colour of the car.
Grey fabric/leather interior:
Black fabric/leather interior:
Contact Swansway Honda today. Call for Stockport, for Bolton to speak to an expert Honda adviser or book a test drive in the all-new Jazz Hybrid. Alternatively, you can submit an enquiry and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.