2016 Honda Jazz
The Honda Jazz is a reliable subcompact model from Honda that has been in production since as early as 2001 with great sales and many alterations throughout the years.
This little car is great for everyday commuting and gives the owner great style for a very affordable price with several extras to choose from too. Take a look at this review to see what upgrades you can expect from the 2016 Honda Jazz including price, fuel consumption, and hybrid options to suit your needs perfectly.
While there will be few major alterations in the 2016 Honda Jazz you can expect to see some minor alterations to make your driving experience more enjoyable on a daily basis. The current model will have a similar body to other models sporting the classic short hood, noticeable large headlights, and a distinguished grill for great style. Top all of this off with the convenience of four doors and the ability to seat five adult passengers comfortably for a great driving experience no matter the distance.
Engine and Honda Jazz Hybrid
In the 2016 Honda Jazz you will also have the option to purchase a hybrid engine package as well as the option to choose from the standard engine for this model. If you select the standard engine that will come with the basic options for this model you will be getting a 1.3 liter engine with Inline-4 components that boast 130 horsepower and 100 pounds of torque for this small car.
You can choose either a manual six speed gearing option or an automatic transmission with seven speeds as an optional upgrade in this model. The automatic transmission will allow you to have all around better fuel consumption with 33 mpg when driving in the city and 42 mpg if you are travelling on the highway. Numbers are a bit lower for the manual transmission. It clocks in at 29 mpg for city driving and 37 mpg if you want to travel on the highway.
Consumers will have to wait a bit longer for the hybrid option in this model though as it is expected to see a release date that is after that of the standard base engine. The hybrid engine will have just a few differences although this is mainly noted in the increased horsepower of 150. Buyers can expect this engine to offer seven speeds in an automatic transmission for better mileage capabilities.
Price And Release Date
The final price of this car is expected to roll out at around $17,000, but there have been no concrete announcements as of yet to confirm that. The Honda claims that the release date be in the middle of year 2015.