2011 Honda Jazz unveils its Hybrid version

Honda Jazz, the original MPV for the town, is now revised in aesthetic and some functional content. The 2011 version is not so different, but with refined aesthetic solutions which include a new front grille, new headlamps now incorporating fog lights and redesigned bumpers to improve the car aerodynamic. Changes have also affected the body color with unusual electric blue and metallic brown, while interiors comes with new plastic materials in a dark color and seats are available with new color combinations.

The rear luggage compartment offers a load well above its segment, offering 399 liters, divided as 337 liters for the top and 64 in the below the cockpit, while folding completely the rear seats you get to 1,320 liters.

The engine range shows, as for the earlier version, two petrol engines of 1.2 liters and 1.4 liters, also combined with the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). But there are also technical news with the Hybrid version. Under the hood there is a 1.3 i-VTEC petrol 98 hp combined with a small electric motor and the CVT automatic transmission, also available with steering wheel controls. Consumption and carbon dioxide emission, according to Honda are particularly low, respectively 4.5 l / km and 104 g / km of CO2

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