Complete Honda Jazz lineup, specs, economy, dimensions

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The Honda Jazz is a 5-door hatchback subcompact car manufactured and marketed by Honda since June 2001. The Honda Jazz offered clever interior packing, zippy acceleration, fuel efficiency, a fun-to-drive element, and famed Honda durability in a four-meter-long, one-box design. As a result, more than a million Jazz vehicles have been sold throughout the world since they debuted the first generation in 2001, and it's won a slew of automobile awards in America, Japan, and the United Kingdom since its debut.

History of the Honda Jazz

Honda Jazz First Generation (2001–2008)

For the small-segment MPV, Honda launched the Fit/Jazz in 2001 and offered it as Fit in Japan, China, and the U.S. and as Jazz worldwide. The Jazz quickly gained a reputation for its roomy cabin and flexible seating options once this model was introduced. An American and Canadian production model had its public premiere at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, in January 2006. Canada and the United States received the vehicle in April 2006, when it went on sale for the 2007 model year. Honda felt it had the answer to the growing demand for small cars that could hold more than a standard small-segment hatchback and introduced the Fit/Jazz in 2001. When it comes to minivans, Toyota has had a few successful attempts at making them in the past. Thanks to Honda's small suspension technology and short front end, it was possible to lower the Jazz' floor. The fuel tank was put behind the front seats instead of the customary rear seats, allowing for additional room in the interior.

Honda Jazz Second Generation (2007–2013)

The second Fit debuted in Japan in October 2007 at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show for the 2008 model year and was quickly followed by the Jazz in the United Kingdom and the Philippines, to mention a few markets. The model won the Car of the Year Japan Award for the second time after its introduction in 2007. The new car has a greater wheelbase and is broader and longer than its predecessor. Since its official introduction in November 2007, Japan's second generation has been its best-selling vehicle. A total of 1.5 million units had been sold in Japan as of September 2010.

Honda Jazz Third Generation (2013–2019)

Initially introduced in Japan in 2013, Jazz created additional running gear and even more passenger room for its winning recipe. Honda focused on Japan's 36.4 kpl fuel efficiency for the Fit Hybrid model. Despite all the hardships, the Japanese automobile maker was able to sell a tiny MPV in the small vehicle market. Also, it was a massive hit outside of Europe. The third generation of Jazz is evidence. Honda added restyled bumpers and other amenities, including a multi-view reverse camera with voice command and navigation, to the third-generation Jazz in 2017. Unlike most other carmakers, the 1.5-liter engine was ready for the Euro 6 emission standard from the beginning of its development. The company was among the first to integrate automated braking and lane-keeping assist technologies into automobiles. The Japanese manufacturer didn't merely add the necessary Euro6 elements to the vehicle and call it a day; it went further. As a result, Honda improved and added more improvements to the model.

Honda Jazz Fourth Generation (2019–Present)

Japan's 46th Tokyo Motor Show and the 'Electric Vision' event in Amsterdam revealed the fourth generation of the Jazz model simultaneously on October 23, 2019. Although everyone else is building hatchbacks, Honda is still hoping to dominate the small segment with a compact MPV. The fourth generation of this tiny MPV has been in production since 2000. Previous versions were exclusively available as city cars. A new Jazz Crosstar model is a hybrid between a Jazz and an SUV with plastic overfenders and other SUV-inspired characteristics. However, remember that the Honda HR-V, a compact crossover, was also built on the Jazz/Fit chassis. The 2020 Jazz features just hybrid drivetrains, but the previous generation also offered a plug-in hybrid model. The gasoline engine and electric motor provide an impressive overall output of 109 horsepower. Honda didn't give any performance information, but we'll keep you informed when more information becomes available.


Honda retails the Jazz with a new hybrid system called the "e:HEV" with a price tag that ranges from £18,840 to £23,240 ($23,500 to $29,000). For the non-electrified Jazz, Honda put a price tag on it from Php 918,000 to Php 1.09 million ($17,500 to $20,800).


There's a reason the new vehicle immediately feels bigger and better built: the cockpit has been reduced to its bare essentials. The dashboard is significantly more orderly, with the infotainment system, the passenger front glove box, and the driver's instruments all positioned on the same plane. More light comes into the car with a big windscreen and thinner A-pillars with bigger inset windows. Much attention has been paid to fundamental touchpoints like Mazda, Skoda, and Volkswagen. The two-spoke leather steering wheel feels lovely to operate, as does utilizing its new buttons. Even while its 7.0-inch display isn't enormous, it's well-presented with crisp images and clean fonts, and the settings are simple to go through. In addition, the 9.0-inch infotainment touchscreen is so much better than the previous Display Audio system that it should serve as a model for other automakers. As a result, it has earned a reputation as one of the least irritating touchscreens available for automobiles. The model also has Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay connectivity. A single 12-volt plug for your dashcam and two regular USB connections are available to front-seat passengers. Upper and lower glove boxes are standard in the Jazz. Compared to the lower one, the higher one is more than enough in terms of size. There are two cup holders at the end of the dash for your water bottle. Put them there for quick and easy access.

Specs and Performance of the Honda Jazz

The Jazz is available in both a hybrid and a standard petrol engine variant. The Honda Jazz 1.5L hybrid petrol engine delivers 97 hp (72 kW) of horsepower at 5,000–6,400 rpm and 107 hp (80 kW) at 3,500–8,000 rpm from the electric motor for a total output of 204 hp (152 kW) of horsepower. The torque has a 94 lb-ft (127 Nm) at 4,500–5,000 rpm for the engine and an additional 187 lb-ft (254 Nm) at 0-3,000 rpm given by the electric motor. Honda mated the Honda Jazz e: HEV with a CVT and two available drivetrains: front-wheel-drive (FWD) and all-wheel-drive (AWD).
Three engines are available for the fourth generation of the Honda Jazz:

  • 1.3L L13B l4 petrol
  • 1.5L L15BU I4 petrol
  • 1.5L L15ZF I4 petrol
  • 1.5L LEB-H5 I4 hybrid petrol

Release Date

Honda released the first generation of the Honda Jazz in June 2001. The 2022 Honda Jazz was released on October 23, 2019, at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show and the Electric Vision event in Amsterdam, Netherlands.