Gallery: The all-new Honda Jazz comes in five different variants

In Japan, at least
by Jason Tulio | Oct 24, 2019
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The Honda Jazz has proven to be a bestseller for the Japanese carmaker ever since it debuted in 2001. Now, Honda has just pulled the covers off the fourth-generation model at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.

“We developed this vehicle not merely as a means of transportation for our customers. We strived for a vehicle which will become a part of our customers’ daily lives and make their daily lives more comfortable and enjoyable,” says Honda president, representative director, and CEO Takahiro Hachigo. “This is a compact car for the new era, and this vehicle will set a new standard for Honda automobile development.”

The all-new hatchback comes in five variants in Japan. Click play on the video above and check out the photos below for a closer look. 

Basic

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Like the name implies, this is the simplest form of the new Jazz. Honda says it exhibits a “gentle look and seamless and flowing exterior form.” It sets the tone for the other variants, namely with its small grille and curvy shape. It eschews the bi-color wheels of its more extravagant stablemates.

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Home

This was the variant that took center stage during Honda’s Tokyo program. It’s a bit more vibrant than the Basic, and features a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

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Ness

Because the Jazz is also sold as the Fit in certain markets, this is actually marketed as the Honda Fit Ness. Because Japan? Anyway, this variant features contrast-colored side mirrors and pillars, with striped fabric seats to match.

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Crosstar

If you thought the Ness was funky, then check this out. The Crosstar also has a bi-colored exterior, with 16-inch aluminum wheels in a flower-petal design. Its grille is noticeably bigger than the other variants’, giving it a tougher, less-cutesy front fascia.

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Luxe

This is marketed as the, erm, luxurious variant in the lineup. It’s chrome-plated, giving it a shiny look, while the multi-spoked aluminum wheels give it a classy touch. The grille here is also a bit different—the big black bar somewhat resembles the grille of the current CR-V and Civic. Inside, it comes with leather seats. 

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