Tuesday, February 11, 2014
By Kamal Swami
Indian Auto Expo 2014: New Honda Jazz unveiled
Finally the wait of Indian car market came to an end today when Japanese auto giant Honda Motors unveiled its hatchback Jazz completely in new Avatar, designed according to expectations of generation next buyers. It would be interested to know that apart from various cosmetic changes company has also introduced Jazz for first time in diesel variant, however it has continued the existing engine configuration in petrol version. Now the Honda Jazz will be available in both petrol and diesel variant, with petrol variant equipped with 1.2 litre i-VTEC engine and diesel mill empowered with 1.5 litre i-DTEC engine.
The new Jazz has been designed by merging company’s popular concepts EXCITING H (design concept) and the Man Maximum Machine Minimum concept. From this point of view it can be said that the new Jazz is miles ahead from its ancestors and is blessed with various new designing concept. The front fascia has been developed with completely newly designed bonnet followed by dynamic headlamp cluster, whereas the rear portion looks like to be copied from CR-V SUV. On the other side following the Man Maximum Machine Minimum concept company has offered spacious cabin in Jazz, thus offering comfort travelling experience to passengers. Additional features available in new Jazz include three spoke steering wheel with mounted music control, touch screen system with navigation, superior quality plastic trims
Apart from this company has also offered sufficient boot space around 400 litres, legroom and knee room on both front and rear sides. Thus offering huge space to travellers for comfort seating.