THE NEW HONDA JAZZ AND JAZZ CROSSTAR
COMING SOON

After offering the previous, third generation model with a hybrid, the 2020 Jazz and crossover-styled Crosstar will come exclusively with a petrol-electric setup. Not only that, but customers will get to choose between the normal Jazz and one with chunkier styling that fits into the lives of those who get out and about often with plenty of kit.

Exterior

The base design of the 2020 Jazz is an evolution of the previous model. But here it’s been modernised, with horizontal rear lights, new headlights and a grille design for each new Jazz on offer. The refresh of the standard Jazz and introduction of the Crosstar bring the range up to date and both are credible options in their own right.

Interior

The 2020 Jazz will feature an interior much like before - easy to use, filled with soft-touch materials and offering practical solutions. The ‘Magic Seats’ remain from before, and as the model has grown, occupants will be able to take advantage of additional leg room. The waterproof materials mean the Jazz can take whatever life throws at it and the displays on show bring the interior bang up to date.

Performance

With the 2020 Jazz, Honda has steered it towards an electrified future, with only hybrid powertrains being used. That means lower emissions, lower fuel bills and lower running costs - making the ownership experience of a 2020 Jazz cheaper than ever.

Safety and technology

As with all new cars, safety technology is important, and Honda has recognised this on the 2020 Jazz. With the Sensing safety technology setup, the new Jazz is well-equipped with Collision Mitigation Braking, Lane Keeping Assist and Blind Spot Monitoring, as well as many others. The 2020 Jazz also features the latest Honda Connect system, which will be displayed on the all-new nine-inch touchscreen display.

New Honda Jazz Hybrid 360° View