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Honda has recently announced the arrival of the Jazz Hybrid in Australia, where the model can be yours starting from 22,990 AUD.

According to the Japanese based automaker, the Honda Jazz Hybrid is the cheapest hybrid vehicle in Australia, where the model will go on sale this month. The “green” version of the Jazz can easily be distinguished from its brothers thanks to the chrome blue front grille clear, to the chrome blue surround on the headlights, to the LED taillights, the chrome tailgate garnish and more. The model is also getting a space saver spare wheel, rear privacy glass, ABS, BA, VSA, TC, six airbags and an 8-year unlimited kilometer warranty on the IMA battery.

The 2013 Honda Jazz Hybrid is powered by a 1.3 liter i-VTEC engine and an electric motor, which are producing a total output of 72 kW at 5,800 rpm, with a peak torque of 167 Nm available between 1,000 rpm and 1,700 rpm. Fuel consumption in the Jazz Hybrid stands at an average of 4.5 liters 100 km and CO2 emissions stop at 107 g/km. Prices for the new Honda Jazz Hybrid start at 22,990 AUD.