Affordable hot hatchback track test: Honda Jazz

The Honda Jazz is known for its versatility, and the new-generation model is no different. The centrally-positioned fuel tank helps liberate more cabin space while also making it a well-balanced chassis. The Jazz has always been the tuner’s favourite compact, especially in Japan and USA. The culprit there and, a lot more in India, is the engine. It lacks outright power, and both the i-VTEC and i-DTEC mills don’t feel like they produce 90PS and 100PS respectively. The petrol unit produces peak power and torque higher up the rev range. Add...

Updated Date: May 23, 2016 19:25 PM

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