The 2016 Honda Jazz in its European version has been officially unveiled and this will be debuting on the 3rd of March at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
The third generation of the vehicle is based on the same platform which is underpinning the new HR-V and it has received a familiar design with its sweptback headlights, with the polished black finish for the radiator grille and several other tweaks. The model is now standing in at 95 mm longer than its predecessor and it has a 30 mm stretched wheelbase.
Some of the goodies found on it include the mid-range radar and the camera for the Advanced Driver Assist System package, the Intelligent Speed Assist, the Forward Collision Warning, the Traffic Sign Recognition system, the Lane Departure Warning, the High-Beam Support system and so on. Honda is also telling us that the new Euro-spec Jazz is also packing the Magic Seats system and that the boot space has increased to 354 liters or even 884 liters when the rear seats are being folded.
The latest version of the Honda Connect system is also offered on the vehicle, with the 7-inch display. Power to it is being provided by a 1.3 liter petrol burner, from the Honda Earth Dreams Technology series, which is capable of producing a total output of 102 HP (75 kW) at 6,000 rpm. This can be connected to a 6-speed manual or to a CVT. More details on the model are limited at this time and will probably be announced this summer, when it is scheduled to arrive at dealerships.