2021 Honda Jazz Review

2021 Honda Jazz Review

The Honda Jazz is a subcompact car that was received with positive acclaim from drivers all over the world. The little car combines ample space and fuel economy. It has a modern style. The wedge-shape on its nose grants it tons of aerodynamics. Also known as the Honda Fit in some markets, it has received an upgrade in the form of the 2021 Honda Jazz. Here is more about it.

Exterior Features – 2021 Honda Jazz

The new 2021 Honda Jazz has a premium front bumper. Its headlights have been upgraded and now feature LED technology. To give the new car a sportier appearance, the front bumper has been divided into 3 sections with diagonal splitters. They create 3 meshed sections which guide air into the engine compartment. The fog lights are located in the left and right-most corners of the front bumper. Read about new 2020 Mazda CX-3 Redesign

2021 Honda Jazz

Upon the central section of the front fascia is a V-shaped radiator grille. It has a minimalist design and is made of black, glossy plastic and a chrome strip. The Honda logo sits in the central section of the grille. Its headlights sweep forward into the grille section. They have LED technology and a wrap-around style. Thanks to this design, they contribute to the aesthetic appeal and aerodynamics of the subcompact car. The hood is short while the A-pillars are long and extend far into the front section of the car. This results in a large, sweeping windshield that grants the driver an extended field of view.


The sides of the car are sculpted and have lines both along the chrome door handles and the lower area. The car rides on 16 inch wheels. They can be upgraded to 18 inch wheels for better terrain response. Its rear section is just as sporty as the front. The rear tailgate has a roof-mounted spoiler. The brake light is located upon this feature as well. Below the rear windshield is a chrome bar with the Honda logo upon it. The rear lights have a dynamic shape. They extend from the C-pillar all the way down to the rear mid-section. Its rear bumper has 2 air intake vents on the left and right. Overall, the new Jazz has an innovative, sporty appearance.

Interior Features

The 2021 Honda Jazz continues to impress on the interior. Its steering wheel has been redesigned and now has a trio of tapering spokes. A group of tactile buttons are situated on the left and right spokes. The car has an innovative, vivid set of digital instruments in the section behind the steering wheel. They present data about the speed, mileage, rev count and transmission setting of the car.

A large, 8 inch display is located at the top of the center stack. It delivers 3D navigation data, infotainment as well as information about the car’s air conditioning and comfort systems. This display also delivers control over Apple CarPlay and Android Auto entertainment technologies.

2021 Honda Jazz

A row of touch sensitive buttons is situated right under the display. Also, much of the center stack is plated with glossy, black plastic. These features add a touch of modern technology to the car’s interior. The shifter stick has been replaced by a row of transmission buttons on a panel that is made of brushed aluminum. Not only is this more attractive, it makes gear selection easier for the driver.

The new Jazz seats 5 people on 2 rows and it is upholstered with leather. Drivers have access to colors such as beige, black, grey, tan and white. A glowing Start/Stop button that is situated on the left part of the center stack adds a nice touch to the interior.


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Engine Specs

The new car will be available with a variety of different engines. One of these is a 1.3 liter engine which churns out 100 horsepower. Another one is the 1.5 liter engine that produces 128 horsepower. Best of all, the 2021 Honda Jazz will be available with a full-electric motor that delivers a range of 186 miles (300 km). All engines are paired with a 6-speed manual or Continuously Variable Automatic Transmission (CVT).

Release Date, Price & Availability

The new 2021 Honda Jazz will be released in 2021. Its base trim will have a price of $17,000. This price will definitely increase with the addition of extra options such as an electronic sunroof or the electric engine.

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