The Japanese automaker, Honda has announced to launch the next-generation 2014 Jazz hatchback in September in Japan. The new Jazz is based on a completely new platform, which will also be used to develop next-generation City sedan and the Jazz based compact SUV.
The Jazz Mugen is available in two variants – RS (orange car) and S (white car). Both the variants come with accentuated and aggressively styled bumpers with front splitters, a full body kit, diffuser, centrally mounted exhaust tip, vents on the rear bumper, roof mounted spoiler and 17″ multispoke alloy wheels.
The exterior styling of the new Jazz is very sporty, the front grill and the headlamp cluster almost looks like that they are a single unit but actually they are not. The front grille of the Jazz is much more slicker and also has the Honda logo placed in the middle. The front headlamps looks sharp and almost like the headlamps from other Honda sedan the Civic.
Inside, the Jazz will maintain its reputation for offering excellent amounts of space. The first and second generation models finished in the top 10 for practicality in our Driver Power survey, so expect the Jazz to feature a boot with around 400-litres capacity, and Magic Seats which fold flat at the touch of a button.
The new Honda Jazz's interior has only been shown in prototype form so far, so it looks quite plain. However it features a large central dial, individual climate controls for the driver and passenger and Bluetooth connectivity for your mobile phone. It's bigger than before too, so the interior is more spacious than the previous Jazz.