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The new Jazz retains the basic quasi-MPV silhouette of the previous model.
The profile is kept interesting thanks to the belt line that starts at the front doors and widens towards the tail lights.
At the rear, the chrome strip divides mass well. The tailgate extends quite low on the bumper.
The City-like front has the shapely headlights fuse into the grille, and the large air dam below adds some aggression.
The petrol engine is the Honda 1.2-litre i-VTEC that currently powers the Brio and Amaze.
The boot doesn't feel as spacious as it looks from the outside; suspension towers eat into space.
The dashboard design is similar to the City. Glossy inserts in the centre console look nice. The steering wheel too is the same as the sedan.
The audio system gets AUX, USB and Bluetooth connectivity.
Air-con on the top trims is a touch- sensitive climate control system like the one on the City.
The new Jazz also comes with an optional CVT automatic gearbox.
The instrument cluster and fonts are laid out like in the City, but the hood over the speedo adds a bit of flavour to the rather simple look.
The new Jazz automatic comes with paddle shifts.
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