Model shown is a 1.5 Dynamic
The exterior design is as contemporary as it is edgy. The efficient use of space along with compact, agile dimensions creates a surprisingly large amount of interior space. The rear treatment is more incisive through pronounced, angular LED taillight clusters and a tailgate that extends all the way into the integrated bumper.
The Jazz’s streamlined profile is a showcase in aerodynamic efficiency. It’s a car with the best of both worlds – a compact exterior design coupled with an expansive interior. The front view is dominated by a prominent grille configuration, flanked by slim, tapered headlights. The smooth, sloping roofline adds further credence to its wind-cheating aerodynamics. Sculpted flanks and chiselled character lines emphasise its sporty hatchback character.
The new models boast a longer wheelbase with an increase of 35 mm from 2495 mm to 2530 mm, giving the impression of a lower, wider, sportier car than before. The overall width and height have remained practically the same.
The Trend model comes fitted with 15-inch steel wheels and 175/65R15 tyres, along with a full-sized spare wheel in the boot.