2017 Honda Jazz facelift officially revealed in Japan

May 13, 2017 | Same topic: Newest & coolest car concepts
Honda has recently unveiled the facelifted version of the 2017 Honda Jazz in Japan with some mid-cycle updates.
Some may not know that the Honda Jazz is also named “Honda Fit” in the Japanese market. And recently, Honda Motors has introduced the new 2017 Honda Jazz facelift with some minor tweaks.

Last week, we admired first images of this facelift when a leaked brochure was published on the brand’s website. Unsurprisingly, the official Honda Fit has the same styling as those photos.

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Accordingly, the front gets new headlight internals with LED driving lights from the Honda City, a revised grille and a bigger logo. There’s also a new front bumper with a more expressive style, as well as round fog lamps.
 
Angular front of 2017 Honda Jazz facelift

The front gets new headlight internals with LED driving lights, a revised grille and a bigger logo. 

The rear’s design has not been revealed, but through leaked images, we can easily find some minor changes such as revised tail-light graphics, a sportier tailgate spoiler and a restyled rear bumper.

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2017 Honda Jazz facelift's taillights

The rear also gets some minor changes.

The interior design is inspired by the new Honda Civic with sporty seats covered with brown leather and piano black trim around the gear lever. 
 
2017 Honda Jazz facelift's cabin

The interior design is inspired by the new Honda Civic with sporty seats covered with brown leather.

Furthermore, the vehicle will feature the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistive technologies which includes Pedestrian Collision Mitigation Steering System, Collision Mitigation Braking System, Lane Keeping Assist System, Adaptive Cruise Control and Traffic Sign Recognition.
 
Driving with Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistive technologies

The vehicle will feature the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assistive technologies. 

In Japan, the 2017 Honda Jazz will be available with 1.3- and 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engines and a hybrid drivetrain. As for the Malaysian market, Honda Jazz will offer an additional 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol and electric hybrid options.

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Further information about the 2017 Honda Jazz facelift will be disclosed in Japan by the end of June.
 


2017 Honda Jazz facelift