Honda is to release the all-new Jazz this autumn – a car which is sure to be in tune with consumer demand for extra space, style and fuel efficiency.
The old Jazz was one of the most successful models in super-mini history, and the new model promises to be an attractive option for the increasing number of credit crunch-wary motorists looking to downsize.
Low emissions and impressive economy will be achieved, Honda says, through new i-VTEC engines.
A quick glance inside the car will show that the famous Honda ‘magic’ seats are back – now they dive down in one action, making carrying large loads even easier.
A new double-trunk boot feature in the luggage bay will be able to be configured in four ways to accommodate different-sized loads.
Backseat drivers will be pleased to note that they now have 37mm greater knee room, while the distance between front and rear passengers has increased by a handy 30mm.
EX models are fitted with a panorama roof that extends over the rear seats for an expansive view of the heavens.