2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid Version

The hybrid version of Honda Jazz makes its debut at the Paris Motor Show this week. This new launch by Honda is innovative petrol cum electric variant with the IMA system which retains practical characteristics which were found in the supermini. This new Jazz is lower in terms of emissions and has an improved performance in terms of fuel economy.

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Some of the advantages this new Jazz is associated with are:
  • The first B-segment car in the world having hybrid technology.
  • There has been no compromise in respect of features and practicality of the standard Jazz
  • It includes the previous flexible Magic Seats the boot space is the same with 831 litres capacity
  • It has an improved fuel economy offering up to 64.2 miles/gallon

The hybrid Jazz has the same 1.3 litre i-VTEC engine like the Insight hybrid. Despite the taller body shape this new car is similar in the levels of CO2 emissions of 104 g/km which is around 21g/km less than the present lowest emitting 1.2 litre petrol Jazz.

With the environmental benefits attached to the car the cleaner emissions also accounts for more affordable driving also. The owners of this vehicle get an exempt of road tax for the 1st year and just £20 then onwards.
Similar to the Insight & Civic Hybrid models, this hybrid variant of Jazz is capable of running alone by the electric motor alone.

This hybrid variant gets unveiled at the Paris Motor show which is goin to be in the showrooms by early 2011


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