Honda New Zealand has confirmed the next generation Jazz will be launching in New Zealand. “We’re very excited to confirm its coming and we are sure Kiwis across the country will be impressed by the new model. It’s the biggest change to the Jazz since the first generation launched in 2002” says Matt Woodburn, Marketing & Product Manager at Honda New Zealand.

Honda Jazz Crosstar Exterior Side Profile

In line with Honda’s global commitment to sequentially evolve Honda e:TECHNOLOGY to electrify two-thirds of global automobile unit sales by 2030, an electrified variant of the Jazz (e:HEV powertrain), will be available.

Honda Jazz Crosstar Interior View

The e:HEV features Honda’s unique two-motor hybrid system that, according to Honda, combines overwhelming fuel efficiency with a high-efficiency motor and light and powerful response with a high-output motor.

Pricing, availability and specifications will be announced closer to arrival in Q2 of 2021.

Honda Jazz Rear Detail
Honda Jazz Magic Seat Detail Interior
Honda Jazz Interior View
Honda Jazz Crosstar Exterior Front
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