Here is our visual comparison of the old and new Honda Jazz. As it’s plainly apparent, new gen car has come a long way in terms of aesthetics.
When viewed head on, there is nothing in common between the two generations. Latest iteration follows ‘Exciting H-Design’ philosophy with a striking Solid Wing Face, complete with sleek headlamps, glossy black grille with silver insert and sporty bumper.
In profile, though finer aspects are very different, the duo exude a definitive sense of space by means of their shrunken MPV character. Both feature generously proportioned daylight opening and a tall roofline but the new model looks more energetic, thanks to pronounced crease lines and taut sheet metal surfaces.
Rear fascias too have oceans of differences. While the old car has a comparatively mundane appearance, new model oozes youthfulness with its pseudo bumper air intakes and edgier combination lights which extend all the way up to C-pillars.
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Old Jazz’s interior design was considered modern in its time but Honda’s designers ditched the charming circular and curvy dashboard elements in favor of a more tech savvy appearance. Black dashboard color theme with silver accents has been retained but beige upholstery of new Honda Jazz makes for a more airy feel.
Old car was expensive and came only with a petrol engine but the latest version will carry a competitive price tag owing to heavy localization and will sport a diesel engine. So things certainly look much brighter for 2015 Honda Jazz.