Honda Japan automaker manufacture has unveiled the 2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid debut will take place at the Paris auto show. Honda manufacture has commitment continuing to petrol-electric hybrid technology. The launch of the latest addition to the practical Jazz line-up marks the first time a parallel hybrid vehicle has been available to B-segment consumers. Importantly the Honda Jazz Hybrid will not lose any of its practicality, with the compact nature of the Honda IMA system allowing the B-segment car to retain its ultra-flexible “Magic Seats” and 300 liters of boot space.
The 2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid will go on sale in some European markets in the early part of 2011. Although Jazz is higher than Insight but the Jazz Hybrid manages to maintain fuel consumption and CO2 emissions on comparable levels. Now, Jazz range with revised headlights, with a blue surround, clear rear lights, new front grille, restyled bumpers and a chrome tailgate garnish.
Under the hood, Honda Jazz Hybrid power is provided by a hybridized 1.3-liter petrol engine. While the company declined to release performance specifications, they stated the engine is connected to a CVT transmission which should allow it to have CO2 emissions of just 104 g/km.
While it looks like a standard model, designers installed unique fascias, a modified grille, revised headlights, clear taillights, and additional chrome trim. Of course, if those differentiators aren’t enough, you can order exclusive Lime Green metallic paint.
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The interior’s Jazz also given a fresh look with darker single color dashboard, which contrasts strongly with the blue lighting of the dials and stereo. The new hybrid is also available with leather trim, the first time this has been available on a Jazz model in Europe.
2011 honda Jazz Hybrid using the same 1.3 liter i-VTEC engine as its dedicated hybrid model sibling. The IMA system is combined with a CVT gearbox in the Honda Jazz and with emissions of just 104 g/km of CO2 it has the lowest CO2 output of any automatic car in the B-segment. As a petrol-electric hybrid, the new derivative has ultra-low levels of other exhaust emissions, not just taxable elements.