Video – 2014 Honda Jazz (Fit) documentary released by the Japanese media

Posted on: Aug 2, 2013 - 12:42pm IST

Official images of the 2014 Honda Jazz (2014 Honda Fit) found their way to the internet last month through magazine leaks. Since then, Honda have themselves released images and details of their new B+ segment hatchback.

[Head to YouTube if you’re unable to watch the video above.]

Here is a documentary of the 2014 Honda Jazz/Fit Hybrid shot by the Japanese media. Needless to say, only Japanese is spoken and our comprehension of the language extends to the use of the words Hello (konichiwa) and Sir/Madam (san).

However, you can watch the new Jazz spin its wheels and attack a few corners at the testing facility in the clipping.

Check out our exhaustive coverage on the 2014 Honda Jazz/Fit

The video starts at the 0:40 mark and gets various Honda engineers to talk about the design and the engine of the new Jazz. At the 7:44 mark, you can see the new Jazz being compared to the old Jazz (screenshot attached). This picture gives you the real design evolution of the futuristic hatchback.

2014 Honda Jazz 2014 Honda Fit next to the old Jazz

The Jazz in this video is a hybrid vehicle using a 1.5-liter petrol engine mated to a Honda i-DCD (intelligent dual clutch drive) 7-speed transmission. Honda has announced that the Fit hybrid would deliver 36.4km/l based on the Japanese JC08 driving test. This is possible thanks to the constant engaging and disengaging of the motor and the engine. You can also seeĀ a real time infographic which shows where the Jazz’s hybrid system is sourcing power from.

For India, the Jazz would make its comeback in 2014 with a diesel engine and there is a good chance you can catch it at the Auto Expo in February 2014.

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2 thoughts on “Video – 2014 Honda Jazz (Fit) documentary released by the Japanese media

  1. mm says:

    JAZZ 2014

    There is hardly any difference among Amaze, Brio & Jazz in terms of power-train. All these are powered by 1.2-litre iVTEC petrol or 1.5-litre iDTEC . Therefore, I fail to understand the logic behind launching the new Jazz in India unless it has a totally different power-train. Ideally, Honda ought to launch Jazz 1.5 L DOHC, Hybrid with internal Electric Motor and 7-speed automatic Dual clutch box because diesel price will soon reach close to that of petrol and then who will opt for diesel if Hybrid Jazz can give 36 kmpl mileage ?. Infact Honda can revolutionise indian car market by launching just single variant of Jazz Hybrid with full options like VW Polo GT TSI which will be unbeatable

    Regds.,
    MM

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  2. Speed Magz says:

    I saw on the video, it’s said the 2014 All New Honda Jazz has longer than previous version and more flattened. Should be compete with Ford Fiesta?

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