Honda has published new details about the hybrid Honda JazzFebruary 12, 2020
Honda says its new Jazz, which will be sold exclusively as a hybrid, “will raise the bar in terms of driver comfort and enjoyment.” This is the fourth iteration of supermini called Fit in other parts of the world.
Jazz uses a dual-engine hybrid system similar to the CR-V hybrid, but super-low in size. Honda says the drivetrain “provides an exceptional blend of strong and light driving and impressive fuel economy.”
The CR-V Hybrid combines two electric motors with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine and CVT. However, given its smaller size, Jazz will use a 1.5-liter gasoline engine and a pair of smaller electric motors. They will send a combined 108 bhp. to the front wheels through a bespoke gearbox with one fixed gear ratio for a more linear acceleration curve.
Honda Jazz accelerates from 0-100 km / h in 9.4 seconds and has a top speed of 180 km / h. It states that Jazz is capable of reaching 100 km per 4 Litas in the combined WLTP cycle while emitting 102 g / km of CO2 in its standard form.
Three driving modes are available, allowing drivers to choose between running on an engine, engines or a combination of both. Functional capabilities of regenerative braking, sending a charge to the battery during deceleration.
Jazz is the first in the current Honda lineup that will only work on hybrid models, and other models will be available soon. Last year, Honda announced that all of its models with an internal combustion engine in Europe will be offered with hybrid powertrains by 2022.
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