The next generation Honda Jazz Hybrid is coming soon

Added: 03 December 2019

New Honda Jazz Hybrid

The next generation Honda Jazz is coming and it’s already got the industry talking. Here is everything you need to know about the brand new Honda Jazz Hybrid ahead of its upcoming release.

Fit for the future

New Honda Jazz Hybrid lights

The new Honda Jazz Hybrid is a car that has been designed for the future. As the automotive industry moves towards electrification, you can be sure that the Honda Jazz Hybrid won’t get left behind.  The Jazz Hybrid is an important step in the move towards zero emissions, with only a hybrid powertrain option to improve fuel efficiency and cut back on carbon emissions. This is the first time that the Honda Jazz has only been available as a hybrid and marks a new era for the Japanese manufacturer, who wants all of its cars in Europe to be electrified by 2022.

Built for connection

New Honda Jazz Hybrid Screen

The new Honda Jazz Hybrid comes with the brand’s Honda CONNECT technology. This combines a number of helpful features to provide a connected driving experience wherever you’re going. Step inside the Jazz Hybrid and you will find a 9 inch touch screen display, DAB digital radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to handle all your infotainment needs. The Honda Jazz Hybrid can also connect with your smartphone to unlock additional connectivity features via the My Honda+ app, which can lock and unlock your vehicle remotely as well as sending points of interest to the satellite navigation.

Advanced safety features

New Honda Jazz Crossstar

There’s never any need to compromise on safety with the Honda Jazz Hybrid. Built with the latest generation of Honda SENSING, the Jazz Hybrid is packed with the latest driver assistance and safety features.These features include Road Departure Mitigation and Traffic Sign Recognition technology to add extra awareness while driving, as well as Lane Keep Assist and a Collision Mitigation Braking System to keep you as safe as possible when hazards arise.

A smooth drive every time

New Honda Jazz Crossstar

Safety features aren’t the only useful technologies you’ll find in the Honda Jazz Hybrid. There are also plenty of features designed to make every drive as convenient and enjoyable as possible. These include two cruise control features: Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow, which decelerates your Honda when the vehicle in front brakes, and intelligent-Adaptive Cruise Control, which detects when a vehicle in a neighbouring lane is about to cut in front of you and adapts your speed accordingly. Your Honda will then return to its set speed once it is safe to do so.

Conveniently comfortable

New Honda Jazz Interior

The new Honda Jazz Hybrid has been designed for maximum visibility - both inside and out. The wide windscreen provides a panoramic view of the road ahead, giving you a confidence-boosting position as well as increasing safety. You’ll also find yourself staying more alert thanks to the anti-fatigue properties of the new Jazz’s front seats. This is complemented by a spacious interior that provides plenty of legroom and improved lumbar support. You’ll also find an easy to use instrument panel that provides everything you need to know while on the road.

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