Japan – 2014 Honda Fit (Jazz) website goes on air, new images added

Posted on: Aug 5, 2013 - 9:58am IST

The 2014 Honda Jazz (2014 Honda Fit) went official in the middle of July. After we showed you a set of leaked brochure scans, Honda started publishing the fuel efficiency claims of the hatchback and sent us a dozen images.

2014 Honda Jazz Fit headlight

You can read our exhaustive coverage on the 2014 Honda Jazz/Fit over here

Now we notice that a website (microsite actually) for the new Jazz has gone on air in Japan. Don’t bother using the sitemap to click on the engine specifications and performance figures though, as they link out to the old Jazz’s stats.

2014 Honda Jazz Fit engine

One of the images has the caption we wanted to read – “New Fit Coming Soon”. It is official that Honda would be launching the new Fit in the Japanese market sometime in September. The Fit will be available with engine options ranging from a 1.3-liter iVTEC, 1.5-liter iVTEC and a 1.5-liter Hybrid which delivers a claimed 36.4km/l.

2014 Honda Jazz Fit colors

Apart from these variants, a Jazz RS version (a sportier version of the 1.5 iVTEC) would also be seen apart from two Mugen tuned variants.

2014 Honda Jazz Fit interiors

We believe that India would get the new Jazz in early 2014. Apart from an i-VTEC petrol engine, the Indian Jazz should also get an Earth Dreams diesel engine. While the Jazz has several rivals in India, Honda’s Terumasa Kotada, Senior Ride and Handling Engineer, says that the VW Polo has been used as a direct benchmark.

Check out the 2014 Fit’s new website over here.

2014 Honda Jazz/Fit Image Gallery

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4 thoughts on “Japan – 2014 Honda Fit (Jazz) website goes on air, new images added

  1. feby says:

    i dont like new design of honda jazz, i like old honda jazz 2012

  2. Paul S says:

    Is this car going to be available in US?
    If so when ad does it really get 86 mpg?

    1. Anjan Ravi says:

      Hi Paul,

      Honda USA will most certainly bring the new Fit to your market. If not, there will be a Fit-based SUV or sedan.

      The efficiency claims are from the Japanese driving cycle. Expect it to be lower for the American market.

  3. Ugly says:

    Good website – most impressed…!
    You guys are really fast at getting the latest news.


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