Honda NZ releases new model Jazz

Honda NZ releases new model Jazz

Honda Jazz fq

Honda NZ has just released the new model Jazz here in NZ. The new Jazz retians the features that has made it a popular NZ model and also has a few new tricks.

The new Jazz models include USB connectivity compatible with IPOD, MP3 players and even a flash drive (or USB memory stick) with folder control through the audio controls — while 5-Speed automatic transmission includes racing inspired paddle shifters for spirited driving. Plus, the Jazz Sport adds cruise control and steering wheel mounted audio controls to the extensive features list.

The Jazz eats up luggage or cargo with a range of capacities from 380 – 1321 litres of cargo depending on where the rear seats are positioned up, down or in the ‘Magic Seat’ position.

Adding leather to the Jazz range also means you can choose to retain a low level of fuel economy without compromising on luxury.  All models are available in leather variants. The black leather has detailing in red stitching, perforated squabs and embossed Jazz logos.

Sports design options are also available for both models..  The 1.3 Sport offers full skirts, sports grille, fog lights, rear spoiler and 15″ alloy wheels, while the Jazz Tempo with 1.5 engine offers front and rear sports bumpers and side skirts, sports grille, fog lights, aluminium sports pedals, red gear selector, and alternative alloy wheels.

The new Jazz models are priced from $22,000 for the 1.3 litre manual up to $29,800 for the 1.5 litre Automatic Jazz Tempo. The leather package is a further $2,800.

Honda Jazz fq

Honda NZ has just released the new model Jazz here in NZ. The new Jazz retians the features that has made it a popular NZ model and also has a few new tricks.

The new Jazz models include USB connectivity compatible with IPOD, MP3 players and even a flash drive (or USB memory stick) with folder control through the audio controls — while 5-Speed automatic transmission includes racing inspired paddle shifters for spirited driving. Plus, the Jazz Sport adds cruise control and steering wheel mounted audio controls to the extensive features list.

The Jazz eats up luggage or cargo with a range of capacities from 380 – 1321 litres of cargo depending on where the rear seats are positioned up, down or in the ‘Magic Seat’ position.

Adding leather to the Jazz range also means you can choose to retain a low level of fuel economy without compromising on luxury.  All models are available in leather variants. The black leather has detailing in red stitching, perforated squabs and embossed Jazz logos.

Sports design options are also available for both models..  The 1.3 Sport offers full skirts, sports grille, fog lights, rear spoiler and 15″ alloy wheels, while the Jazz Tempo with 1.5 engine offers front and rear sports bumpers and side skirts, sports grille, fog lights, aluminium sports pedals, red gear selector, and alternative alloy wheels.

The new Jazz models are priced from $22,000 for the 1.3 litre manual up to $29,800 for the 1.5 litre Automatic Jazz Tempo. The leather package is a further $2,800.

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