Honda Jazz Hybrid revealed
It's the world's first hybrid engined supermini, offering fuel consumption of 64.2mpg and low CO2 emissions.
Honda has unveiled the advanced new Jazz Hybrid – the world’s first petrol-electric engined supermini.
Featuring all the practicality of the standard Honda Jazz, the car is fitted with Honda’s proven 1.3-litre IMA petrol-electric engine, which is also available with the Civic Hybrid and sporty CR-Z.
Combined fuel economy is a claimed 64.2mpg, while CO2 emissions drop to 104g/km.
The Hybrid offers better fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions than Honda’s current supermini economy champion, the 1.2-litre Jazz.
As well as the environmental benefits, the cleaner emissions bring more affordable driving too: the car is road tax exempt for the first year and will cost only £20 a year after. The hybrid version of the Jazz will also be free from the London congestion charge.
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