Posted Jun 2nd 2011 4:19AM
The Honda Jazz Hybrid goes on sale in some European markets in early 2011, prices and complete investigation will be published later. Honda’s continued commitment to gas – electric hybrid technology.
Launch marks the latest addition to the composition of the Jazz practice for the first time in parallel hybrid vehicles were the B segment of consumers. The most important thing is the Honda Jazz hybrid will not lose any features, the compact nature of the Honda IMA system, thanks to B – segment car to maintain a very flexible spaces Magic “and 300 liters of boot space.
“We think that a cleaner, more economical version of the Jazz will be a big hit with customers,” said John Kingston, Government Affairs and Environment Manager, Honda (UK). “The IMA hybrid technology is incredibly easy to use, owners don‘t need to worry about plugging anything in to charge. It‘s simply a case of filling up with petrol and driving on as normal.”
The new model Honda Jazz hybrid IMA features the same system as in Insight hybrid, with the same motor i – VTEC 1.3 liter that his brothers and sisters dedicated hybrid model. IMA system is combined with a CVT transmission on the Honda Jazz and emissions of just 104 g/km of CO2, which has the lowest CO2 emission of an automatic car in the segment B. As a hybrid gasoline – electric, also derived from the ultra – low levels of other exhaust gases, not just passive.
IMA hybrid system is divided into Insight and the Honda CR – Z hybrid, relying on the proven reliability of the importance of technology. Nearly two decades of development, and 10 years of sales behind the Honda IMA system has proved flexible and reliable, more than half a million vehicles on the road to benefit from its low emissions and fuel economy.
Inside the 2011 Honda Jazz hybrid car has been given a new look with a panel of darker color that contrasts sharply with the blue lighting of the mark and the center console. The new hybrid is also available with leather, the first time this has been available for a model of Jazz in Europe.