Video – 2014 Honda Jazz (Fit) filmed up close in Thailand

Posted on: Aug 31, 2013 - 12:03pm IST

The 2014 Honda Jazz (called as Fit in international markets) is gearing up to make its international debut and here is a YouTube video from Thailand showing the car’s exterior and interior in detail.

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Honda unveiled the next gen Jazz through a series of official images but the car is yet to make its public appearance. Expected to go on sale in Japan in September, there are chances that the new Jazz could be seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

The new gen car’s design philosophy has nothing in common with the one it replaces. While its predecessor looked like a downsized MPV, the new car has a proper hatchback stance. The design features of the front fascia take a leaf or two from the new Civic.

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The next gen Jazz is on the verge of going on sale.

At the rear, the windshield is flanked by the extended taillights and there is a prominent chrome strip running across the width of the car. The pseudo air intakes on the rear bumper complement that of the front.

The interior too has has a familiar aura of the recent Hondas. The centre console is inclined towards the driver and the blue backlit tri-pod instrument console includes a multi-info display.

The engine lineup for the new Honda Jazz includes a 1.3-litre and 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engines, and a 1.5 litre petrol hybrid powertrain. In India, the 1.5 litre i-DTEC diesel that debuted in the Amaze is expected to be offered as well.

The 2014 Honda Jazz would be launched in India sometime next year.

Next would you like to read more about the or more about Honda Jazz, Spy pictures?

5 thoughts on “Video – 2014 Honda Jazz (Fit) filmed up close in Thailand

  1. Jason says:

    This thing is hideous. The previous generation is far more attractive. The front fascia is okay, but the interior looks really cheap and boring. The rear-end looks like a Ford Focus rip-off. The overall design feels…. uninspired.

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  2. parijat says:

    I’M a big fan of the previous generation jazz’s interiors, they were quiet funky and ergonomic too. And this feels like a let down, a bit conventional too.

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    1. VK says:

      Parijat – If you feel that the interiors are a let down, then go and buy Bajaj Auto…that’s the best suited for you.

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    2. Satish says:

      i do agree with parijat, Dash board is not contemporary.

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      1. VK says:

        Satish – Why dont you go and design it yourself if the new design is not contemporary.

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