The fourth-generation Honda Jazz (Honda Fit) has finally broken cover at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show in Japan. The hatchback’s all-new model will be first launched in the home country (Japan), followed by other nations. Read – Honda City Hatchback In The Works?
Based on the company’s ‘Man Maximum, Machine Minimum’ philosophy, the 2020 Honda Jazz has received radical aesthetic changes and feature upgrades.
Compared to the previous generation, the 2020 Honda Jazz features more curvaceous stance along with elements such as slimmer A pillars, a two bar grille and larger front quarter windows. Read – 2020 Honda City Final Model Spotted
The larger headlamps, revised bumpers, a large glass house and horizontally positioned taillamps further enhance its new look.
The 2020 Honda Jazz (Honda Fit) hatchback carline is spread across five trims – Basic, Home, Ness, Crosstar and Luxe – featuring different exterior and interior elements. Read – BS6 Honda City Petrol To Launch Soon
The hatchback gets a larger touchscreen infotainment system that offers internet connected features including remote control functions, emergency support services and security rush-over service.
The list of features also includes a new digital instrument cluster, cruise control, two-spoke steering wheel with sliver accents, push button start and ‘body stabilizing seat’. Read – All-New Honda Jazz Coming In November
On the safety front, the 2020 Hodna Jazz offers ‘Honda sensing’ technology with a front wide-view camera with 8 sonar systems. This system provides advance safety and drive assistance systems.
Globally, the 2020 Honda Jazz will be offered with petrol and hybrid powertrain options. Engine details, however, are yet to be revealed by the carmaker.