New images with the third generation of the Jazz, in the European spec, have been released by Honda.
After being officially unveiled back in February this year, and then brought to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, one month later, the European version of the Honda Jazz, in its new generation, is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the releasing of some new images. The sub-compact car is said to be 95 mm longer than the model it is replacing, getting a 30 mm extended wheelbase and offering the rear seat occupants 115 mm more legroom. The standard boot volume stands at 354 liters but this can rise to 1,314 liters with the rear seats folded.
The suspension of the particular car has been said to be specifically tuned for Europe and the model will be offered in three grades across the Old Continent, which will include the base, the mid and the upper, with the entry-level coming with features such as the 5-inch LCD auto display in the center of the dash and air conditioning, amongst others. The mid-range variant will add the 7-inch Honda Connect infotainment, multi-function steering wheel and more while the range-topping will add the keyless entry and push-button engine, the leather wrapped steering wheel, automatic air conditioning and so on. The 1.3l i-VTEC petrol burner will be offered, rated at 101 HP and 123 Nm of torque, connected to a new 6-speed manual, returning 4.6l / 100km of fuel and emitting 106 g/km.