RM 75,300 - 88,700TBC

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Honda Jazz Specs
SegmentB-Segment
BodyTypeHatchback
TransmissionCVT / DCT
Capacity1.5L
Horsepower109 - 120PS
Seats1 - 5

Honda Jazz Variants Price List

    • 2018 | 1.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

      Car Price

      Monthly Payment

    • 2018 1.5 S
      RM 75,300TBC
      RM 1,355TBC
    • 2018 1.5 E
      RM 81,400TBC
      RM 1,465TBC
    • 2018 1.5 Hybrid
      RM 87,707TBC
      RM 1,578TBC
    • 2018 1.5 V
      RM 88,700TBC
      RM 1,596TBC
    • 2018 | 1.5 L | Naturally-aspirated

      Car Price

      Monthly Payment

    • 2018 1.5 Mugen
      RM 88,600TBC
      RM 1,594TBC

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Pros

  • Segment-leading interior practicality
  • Ultra seats are impressive
  • Decent driving dynamics
  • Hybrid option available

Cons

  • Base model does not get stability control
  • Hybrid variant lacks 6 airbags
  • No LED headlights like the City
  • Ride comfort isn't the best

Honda Jazz Images

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Interior

Honda Jazz Reviews

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Economy
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

  • Exterior

    2017 Honda Jazz front quarter view

    2018 Honda Jazz Gallery

    Design

    Although opinions of the Jazz is divided, the current third generation facelift was launched in 2017. The still carries forward the Jazz's class leading practicality packed into the small package.

    Dimensions

    The Honda Jazz measures 3,989 x 1,694 x 1,524 x 2,530 mm in length, width, height, and wheelbase.

    2018 Honda Jazz Dimensions
    Length 3,989 mm
    Width 1,694 mm
    Height 1,524 mm
    Wheelbase 2,530 mm

    Lighting

    All variants of the Honda Jazz have halogen headlights installed to illuminate the roads.

    Wheelbase

    Only the Honda Jazz V runs on stylish 16-inch wheels while the S, E, and Hybrid variant makes do with plain 15-inch wheels.

  • Interior

    2017 Honda Jazz interior

    Centre Console

    Honda is well-known for their practicality and the Jazz also carries on the legacy. The Jazz has plenty of functional cubby spaces and a record 7 cup holders in the all variants except for the base E variant that comes with 9.

    Dashboard

    The standard Jazz dashboard is designed with ergonomics in mind. Though there are no soft touch materials on the dashboard, the Jazz is built with good quality plastics fitted well together so nothing is rattling.

    2017 Honda Jazz rear leg room

    Space

    Honda is well-known to have drawn on Japan's famed space saving techniques allowing them to squeeze out class-leading spaciousness in the Jazz. You can easily fit 4 tennis balls between a tall person's knees and the front passenger seat.

    Boot

    Even though cabin space is abundant, the Jazz still doesn't lose out on boot space. You can still fit a 28-inch luggage bag even without utilising the Ultra seats.

  • Features

    2017 Honda Jazz 6.8-inch touchscreen

    2018 Honda Jazz Specs and Features

    Safety Feature

    The new generation B-segment cars from Honda is well-known to have pioneered the use of traction control in small cars. The Jazz's current generation was the first B-segment hatchback to feature Vehicle Stability Control and traction control.

    Comfort Feature

    Although cabin refinement is lacking, the Jazz makes up for the lack with the use of space. The bench rear seats are a little on the hard side but are still comfortable enough.

    Infotainment

    From the Jazz E variant onwards, the head unit is a 6.8-inch touchscreen with HTMi and Bluetooth connection.

  • Powertrain

    2017 Honda Jazz 1.5 NA engine

    Engine

    2018 Honda City Engine
    1.5-litre NA Earthdreams petrol engine 120 ps @ 6,000 rpm 145 Nm @ 4,300 rpm
    1.5-litre Hybrid Earthdreams petrol engine  137 ps combined  170 Nm combined 

    The 2017 Honda Jazz are available in 2 engines. A standard 1.5-litre NA petrol engine that produces 120 ps and 145 Nm, and a 1.5-litre Hybrid engine that produces 137 ps and 170 Nm.

    Transmission

    The Jazz's 1.5-L NA engine is mated to a smooth CVT while the Hybrid engine's fuel efficiency is further helped with a 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission.

    Drive train

    The Honda Jazz is front wheel drive only.

  • Driving Performance

    2017 Honda Jazz  driving

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    Acceleration 

    Honda's naturally aspirated 1.5-litre engine manages the century sprint in 11.8-seconds.

    Engine Performance

    Unlike most cars with CVT, the Jazz responds swiftly whenever the throttle is applied and easily progress through different speeds with smooth finesse.

    2017 Honda Jazz gear shift

    Transmission Performance

    The CVT in the Jazz is not the smoothest though it is quieter than many other CVT units. You can barely feel the jerk when progressing through the speed. The Hybrid's 7-speed DCT lacks the refinement of German DCT but is still a reliable unit.

    Steering and Handling

    The Jazz has a surprisingly heavy steering, it makes driving in tight spaces a little uncomfortable but makes up for its steady cornering skills.

  • Ride Comfort

    2017 Honda Jazz seats

    Sound Proofing

    The cabin is not the quietest cabin compared to its rivals as wind noise can be easily heard within the cabin even at 90 km/h.

    Passenger Comfort

    Honda set up the Jazz to be the perfect city car, suspensions are set just right and doesn't cause any unneccessary crashy rides.

  • Fuel Economy

    2017 Honda Jazz fuel cap

    Fuel Consumption

    As expected of a Honda, the Jazz too returns good fuel consumption, even the NA engine returns good fuel consumption numbers of 6.7-litre / 100 km in a route with a mix of stop-go traffic and highway cruising.

  • Conclusion

    2017 Honda Jazz rear quarter view

    The Honda Jazz has been the king of practicality since its arrival in 2014. Though the car has lost a number of features in terms of in-car entertainment, the ever useful Ultra Seats are still present and the hatchback still boasts class-leading space. If it's space in a small packaged that you're looking for, then the Jazz is the perfect fit.

Honda Jazz FAQ

  • Is the Honda Jazz a safe car?

    • Haikal

      Haikal

      Yes, 2018 Honda Jazz has enough safety features and gets 4/5 stars ASEAN NCAP rating.

  • Does the Honda Jazz have ESC?

    • Kelvin

      Kelvin

      Yes, the 1.5 E,1.5 V and the 1.5 Hybrid variants of 2018 Honda Jazz are equipped with ESC.

  • What is the crash test rating of Honda Jazz?

    • Ganesh

      Ganesh

      ASEAN NCAP rating of the 1.5 V variant of 2018 Honda Jazz is 4 stars, and other three variants are 5 stars.

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