The 2014 Honda Jazz (2014 Honda Fit) is ready for deliveries to dealers and customers in its home market. As you can see from this image taken at one of Honda’s stockyards in Japan, there are literally thousands of hatchbacks awaiting to be shipped.

2014 Honda Jazz Fit await shipping

Honda has a thousand units of the new Fit in this stockyard, waiting to be delivered to dealers across Japan.

The 2014 Honda Jazz is scheduled to be launched in Japan on September 5. The B+ segment hatch will touchdown with three engine and four gearbox options.

Starting the range is a 1.3-liter iVTEC engine producing 98bhp and 120Nm of torque. This base variant can be had with a 5-speed manual or a CVT gearbox.

2014 Honda Jazz Fit rear three quarters

The consignment is mostly either painted black or white.

Moving a level up, Honda will offer a 1.5-liter i-VTEC (power output unknown) with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The same engine with an electric motor go into the Jazz hybrid. With 133bhp and 170Nm of torque, the Jazz Hybrid delivers a claimed 36.4km/l. The hybrid will be available with Honda’s 7-speed i-DCD (intelligent dual-clutch drive) transmission.

2014 Honda Jazz Fit await shipping in Japan

Honda has confirmed the diesel option for India when the Jazz launches here in 2014.

We are certain that for India, there will be a diesel engine option in the roster. Honda Cars India would be looking to introduce the new Jazz in the first half of 2014 powered by the 1.5-liter i-DTEC diesel, returning a mileage of well over 20kpl. Trailing the 2014 Jazz would be a compact SUV (based on the Urban SUV concept shown at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show) later to be joined by the next generation City.

2014 Honda Fit/Jazz Image Gallery

[Images from Noticias Automotivas]

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    Where here is factory?

  • Veer

    But in Amaze the engine refinement and smoothness is no where near EcoSport’s TDCi engine. I assume it needs more fine tuning.

    • Sandeep

      I think we have to wait for a year, and then drive both the cars, to see which one is more reliable. I think Ecosport will be no were near Amaze after driving for a year.