Spacious Interiors with sporty look with large headlights and light steering and excellent breaks.. It gives me a good therefore fuel efficient. The new Jazz range starts off at Rs 5.30 lakh for the entry-level petrol version, going all the way till Rs 8.59 lakh for the top-spec diesel trim. With the launch of this new model, Honda is competing with other premium hatchbacks such as the Hyundai Elite i20, the Volkswagen Polo and the all new Maruti Suzuki Baleno.this car compare with this cars. Honda Jazz makes 90bhp of power and 110Nm of torque, the diesel model pushes out 100bhp of power and a meaty 200Nm of torque.its so powerful perfomance. It has stylish rim and tyre with grip,easy to drive, good looking stylish car in market. It is most popular car in the market. The most viewed car, most popular car in honda brand too with full automatic computer system, leather seats and relaxing seats.. It has hudge digi, powerful Ac and heater. Some things can be improved like missing keyless entry, ground clearance is bad, seat adjustments, height of the car specially wheel. Overall a good car with good features. Don?t expect a peppy, punchy or sporty engine like the one in Swift petrol car. If you are looking for a practical, family, premium hatch back that returns good fuel efficiency, Honda Jazz petrol is the car you are looking for.I must say this car is awesome because this car look wise interior and exterior is awesome. The comfort level while driving is great and also mileage wise is too good. Very Reasonable rate to buy this car and the car which offers color is simply best. I can't stop admiring this car.A spacious boot and clever rear seats are what make this car so versatile. With the rear seats up, there?s 354 litres of boot space, which increases to 1, 314 litres when you fold them flat. If you need to carry tall items, however, you can also fold the rear seat squabs up to make for a very tall load space behind the front seats. You also get quite a high driving position, which makes the Jazz very easy to get in and out of.One potential black mark against the Honda is the fact that it?s only available with one engine. The 101bhp 1.3-litre petrol engine isn?t bad, by any means, but it isn't as powerful and flexible as the more modern turbocharged engines in rivals from Ford and Volkswagen.This means it has to be worked hard to keep up with traffic, which hurts running costs. Versions with the six-speed manual will return around 56mpg, while CO2 emissions of 116g/km means a 30 annual tax bill. Going for the CVT automatic transmission improves things a little, but won?t reduce your tax bills and makes the car significantly slower. The previous model had a hybrid powertrain introduced and it's likely that Honda will do the same with this generation of Jazz.Can you choose from three trim levels ? S, SE or EX ? two of which(SE and EX) can be augmented with satellite navigation to make the SE Navi and EX Navi trim levels. We?d recommend an SE Navi with a manual gearbox, with which you get DAB radio, sat nav(obviously), Bluetooth connectivity, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system and 15-inch alloy wheels.Should won't be too worried about reliability or safety, either. For the former, Honda finished fifth out of 32 brands(despite a 20th-place finish overall) in our 2016 Driver Power owner satisfaction survey, but this Jazz is too new to have featured in that survey in its own right.In terms of safety, there?s little, if anything to worry about, thanks to a five-star Euro NCAP crash-test rating. This was achieved thanks to a multitude of airbags, stability control, anti-lock brakes and an electronic brake force distribution system(which directs the most braking force to the wheel or wheels that need it most). You also get a tyre pressure monitoring system, ISOFIX child-seat mounting points, and an active city braking system, which at low speeds can detect an impending collision and stop the car automatically to prevent it. Overall I recommend this car.
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