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Press Release :

A Revised Jazz with a New CVT Gearbox

The Geneva Motor Show is the European motor show debut of the revised Honda Jazz and marks the return of a CVT automatic transmission to the endlessly flexible B-segment hatchback.

New CVT Automatic Transmission

When Honda's engineers set about revising the popular Jazz model, one of the priorities was to give Jazz customers an automatic transmission that would not impact on fuel economy or CO2 emissions. The solution they came up with was to combine a Continuously Variable Transmission, similar to that seen in the first Jazz, with a torque converter unit. The torque converter replaced the start clutch arrangement of the previous CVT unit, giving improved parking speed drivability and better highway fuel economy. It meant customers could benefit from the smooth, low stress driving experience of an automatic, without compromising its environmental performance.

Exterior Design

The exterior of the Jazz has been given a makeover with the front lights given a subtly different shape, which are complemented by a new matt black mesh grille in between. The front bumper has also been re-profiled to enhanced aerodynamics and appearance. At the rear of the car the lights now have red sections at the top and bottom, with the centre section remaining white.

Interior Design

The interior has seen a total change of dashboard colour, with a much darker plastic now used, giving a completely different ambience to the cabin. Chrome rings have been added to the climate control display and air vents, to contrast with the new dashboard. The seat fabrics have been given a new blue and black pattern to compliment the new surfaces of the dashboard areas. All illuminated areas of the dash are now lit in a soft amber colour, unified across all instruments and complimenting the new interior materials.

Magic Seats

The interior retains the legendary practicality which is made possible by the unique central fuel tank layout of the Jazz.

The Jazz's Magic Seats are a key feature of the interior, with the ability to drive down into the floor of the vehicle, giving a completely flat load bay, with a very low floor. Alternatively, the bases can be flipped up through 90 degrees to give a tall load space from the floor to the ceiling for carrying a huge variety of items, from bicycles to pot plants. The rear seats can now recline a few degrees, to allow rear seat passengers the possibility to adjust the seat pitch to their liking.

The Jazz's exterior dimensions establish it firmly as a B-segment hatchback, but its enormous 399 litres of boot space (including underfloor area), which can be extended in seconds to a cavernous 1320 litres with the seats folded, endow it with more load volume than some C-segment vehicles.

Chassis

Detail revisions to suspension and steering settings have yielded significant improvements in both ride and handling for the new Jazz. Engineering teams in Germany and the UK, where a significant percentage of Jazz models sold in Europe are produced, spent time refining the already impressive chassis on a variety of roads. To allow drivers to enjoy the improvements, the engineers increased the torque around the centre position of the steering wheel, to give the driver more feeling.

Honda Jazz Si

  • New version to be added in summer 2012
  • Revised body styling emphasises fun-to-drive appeal
  • Suspension and steering changes improve ride and handling
  • Unique interior trim echoes enhanced exterior styling
  • 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels fitted as standard
  • 1.4-litre i-VTEC engine
  • Five-speed manual or CVT transmission
  • Maintains acclaimed Jazz space and versatility with the infamous Honda ‘Magic Seats'
  • Comprehensive safety package includes Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure
  • VSA stability control system and six airbags standard
  • Maximum five-star safety rating in Euro-NCAP crash tests

Making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show is the new Honda Jazz Si, which will reach European showrooms in summer 2012. This new version combines the space, versatility and frugal running costs of the existing Jazz 1.4 i-VTEC but with increased dynamic appeal. The retuned suspension is echoed by styling revisions inside and out.

Developed by Honda Research and Development Europe and manufactured in the UK, the Jazz Si will broaden the scope of the Jazz range, helping it appeal to a new generation of customers.

Underscoring the sharp appearance of the Jazz Si is a unique body kit. This consists of new front and rear bumpers, with deep valances and prominent side skirts. Stylish diamond-cut 16-inch alloy wheels are fitted with low-profile tyres, while front foglights, dark-tinted privacy glass and a straight exhaust tailpipe complete the transformation.

Inside, the Jazz Si has black and silver supportive seats, with the addition of a sporty leather-trimmed steering wheel.

To ensure the Jazz Si has substance as well as style, revised suspension settings have been adopted. New dampers are combined with a larger front anti-roll bar to improve straight-line stability and body control. The electric power-steering system has also been modified for improved feel and response to meet the needs of a younger, more enthusiastic type of driver. This has been achieved without undermining one of the strengths of the Jazz - its refined and comfortable ride.

Standard Jazz Si equipment includes automatic climate control, cruise control, front fog lights, LED rear combination lamps, remote audio controls on the steering wheel, tweeters, USB socket, trip computer, powered and retractable door mirrors, height-adjustable seat, and electric windows, with an auto-up function for the driver,- along with the unrivalled flexibility bestowed by the Jazz' Magic Seats.

One of the key considerations for Honda's designers and engineers during the development of the Jazz Si was to preserve the key strengths that owners of the existing Jazz enjoy about their car.

The Jazz Si is powered by Honda's familiar 1.4-litre i-VTEC 100PS (73kW) engine, acclaimed for its performance and high fuel economy. This four-cylinder unit develops its maximum power at 6,000rpm and has a peak torque output of 127Nm at 4,800rpm.

It's paired with either a five-speed manual or CVT transmission. This is the same transmission variant offered with the conventional models.

In five-speed manual form the Jazz Si has the acceleration as the traditional models and has a top speed of 182km/h.

Along with the greater dynamism bestowed by the suspension revisions, the Jazz Si retains the easy-to-drive character, smooth controls, comfortable ride and long-distance refinement of every Jazz. The Jazz Si is therefore the best of all worlds - a small car that can effortlessly cover long distances, but that is also fun to drive.

The excellent safety of the Jazz remains a key component of the Jazz Si, too. It employs Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure, which compensates for collisions between vehicles of different sizes and deflects crash energy away from the passenger cabin.

ACE body structure is part of a comprehensive package that helped the Jazz achieve a maximum five-star safety rating in Euro-NCAP crash tests. Standard protection features include Honda's VSA stability control system and anti-lock brakes to help the driver avoid an accident. Should a collision prove unavoidable, however, there are six airbags, three-point seatbelts all round, with reminders to warn the driver if someone has failed to put their seatbelt on, anti-whiplash head restraints and ISOFIX child-seat tethers and top anchors.

The Si variant of the Jazz was developed and engineered entirely in Europe and is a regular production model rather than a limited-edition special. It will be in dealer showrooms at the end of August.

Genuine Accessories for Jazz Si

A Genuine Accessories range has been developed to enable Honda's customers to easily identify their individual requirements.

Interior accessories include floor carpets and door-step garnishes. Alloy wheels and some chrome items, such as door mirror covers and a tailgate garnish enhance the exterior look of the car.

Jazz accessories also offer the new Honda SD Navigation system with its 6.1 WVGA touchscreen featuring multi-sensor navigation to perfectly pinpoint your position even when you're in a tunnel. Map coverage for 34 EU countries is updatable via SD card, and Voice Commands and Menus are available in 12 languages. Bluetooth®, iPod®, iPhone® and tablet connectivity complete the modern driving convenience offered by the SD navigation system.

To see the complete line-up of Genuine Accessories, go to www.honda-access.com

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Modello Precedente : freccina19rossaiy0.gifHonda Jazz II 2008

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Il muso migliora...

Spaiscino le luci a led posteriori

I sedili sono migliori, ora hanno i fianchetti imbottiti.

La radio mi pare coi comandi virtuali...

Diversi anche il comando specchietti

Il comando chiusura aria esterna e' anni '80..

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Buoni gli interni, anche se il comando del ricircolo è a dir poco anacronistico, per gli esterni preferisco la versione attuale che imho ha raggiunto l'optimum

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...esternamente trovo sia un passo indietro rispetto all'attuale... soprattutto per quel che riguarda i fari, sia anteriori che posteriori...

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Esternamente è meglio l'attuale..non mi vanno giù i paraurti..meglio quelli di adesso.

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