Here's something to get Honda Jazz fans pumped for the next-gen model's Philippine arrival: The Japanese carmaker says its hybrid version carries bits of Formula One racing technology in its DNA.The company says it is using its experience
I've long been putting off driving in Metro Manila. I simply cannot take it: The drivers and their me-first attitude; motorcycle riders and their blatant disregard for road rules; even my impatient coworkers who are notorious backseat drivers. There's
The moment I first realized I was an adult was when I walked into a bank alone, with all the requirements needed to apply for a credit card. Despite reading and comparing perks and rates online as well as seeking advice from
My teammates have finally had it. After seven years of me calling shotgun and jumping into the backseat, they're now refusing to buy the excuse that I don't drive.I know how, that's for sure. But since I don'
This is a Honda Jazz Type R. Is it real? Nope. Should it be real? Er, yes. Yes, it should be.See, the folks over here at the Top Gear office are Jazz fans. We put aside any preoccupation with being cool,
Some of these have been confirmed for a local launch already
Another year, another handful of car launches to look forward to. Now that 2019 is in the books, it's time for us to see what's on the horizon for the Philippine automotive industry in terms of future offerings.Below are
Is it an improvement over the outgoing model’s looks?
At the start of the century, Honda was still known as makers of cool sporty cars, and then came the first generation of the Jazz. Unlike the Civic, this subcompact hatchback's focus was to be a versatile and practical small car,
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
The wait is finally over. Back in May, Honda revealed that it would be launching the all-new, fourth-generation Jazz at this year's Tokyo Motor Show. Now, we got a chance to see the car up close.The all-new
The hype continues to build. Honda has just given the world a sneak peek at the next-generation Fit, known in our market as the Jazz, ahead of the vehicle's global debut at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show.In line with
The 2019 Tokyo Motor Show is happening next month, and one of the most highly anticipated debuts at this year's event is that of the next-generation Honda Jazz-one of the hottest sellers in the Japanese car manufacturer's lineup.
The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) has released the dates of the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, and this year, the event will be held from October 24 to November 4 with the theme of 'Open Future.'That's 12 days of the
Listen up, Honda fans: The Japanese carmaker has officially revealed limited-edition variants of two of its most established nameplates here in the Philippines-the City and the Jazz.Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) announced earlier today that the Honda City 1.5
Back in May, we reported that Honda Cars Philippines would be increasing the prices of its offerings come July 1, 2019-that's today, in case you're not fond of keeping track of dates. Well, if you check the Japanese car
It's been confirmed that Honda's big reveal at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show (TMS) will be the next-generation Fit, better known as the lovable Jazz hatchback in our market. However, word on the street is this might not be
If you're a fan of Honda's much-loved hatch, here's some good news: The fourth generation of the Jazz will be revealed later this year.Honda president and CEO Takahiro Hachigo mentioned the all-new hatchback's imminent arrival
We’ve been asked similar questions more times than we can count
I've heard this question a million times: "Will (insert car name here) make it up to Baguio?" Whether it's a car, van, or truck, as long as it doesn't have a million horsepower, people will invariably ask 'The Baguio
It's 3am, raining cats and dogs outside, and I'm sitting cold and soaked inside a Honda Jazz parked in the middle of an empty BGC lot. There's an 80lb fridge sitting in the rear seat, and several boxes of
The Jazz, just like any other Honda (save for the 7th-gen ES Civic), has that same purity of feel and steering. It feels like your hands themselves are pulling on the wheels to turn left or right. And thanks to the