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Honda to unveil prototype of new European Jazz

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The prototype of the new European Jazz

Honda are the latest company to announce a new model to debut at the Paris Motor Show. The new European Jazz will make its public debut next month before going on sale sometime in the summer of 2015.

The new European Jazz will be fitted with the latest Honda technology including updated Magic Seats and Earth Dreams Technology. Honda’s Magic Seats are collapsible seating that folds in different directions, quickly providing more storage space in a variety of different configurations, depending on what you want to pack inside the car. The 1.3 litre i-VTEC Earth Dreams Technology is the latest in next generation fuel efficient engine tech from Honda. It will be available with a new six-speed manual gearbox or a CVT transmission.

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Rear angle of the new European Jazz

All that jazz

Worldwide sales of the previous Honda Jazz generations have reached almost 5 million units (2013). Also known as the Honda Fit in Japan and America, the Jazz has been extremely popular across the globe, winning numerous awards including “Best Small Car” in Top Gear’s 2006 Survey. The four door compact car has a compact rear suspension. This, combined with the positioning of the fuel tank underneath the driver’s seat, gives the car more room in the back and allows the Magic Seats technology to work.

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The current generation Honda Jazz

The new European Jazz will be officially unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. Full details of pricing and availability will be announced then.

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