New 2023 Honda Jazz Launch Date, Price & Review

Honda Jazz

Honda’s little city car gets an update. This fourth-generation Jazz e:HEV hybrid supermini gains a new trim level, some subtle styling tweaks and a power bump. The most notable change is the addition of the Advance Sport. It wears a unique front bumper and has new wheels. Its interior is clad in premium grey ultra-suede with contrasting yellow stitching.

Brands: Honda.
Model: Honda Jazz.
Price In USA: $18,100.
Release Date: In 2023.
Engine: A 4-Cylinder 1498 cc Diesel Engine.
Interior: Nice Look, Luxurious And Comfortable.
Features: 89 bhp @ 6000 RPM Horsepower and 110 Nm @ 4800 RPM Pound-Feet of Torque.

New 2023 Honda Jazz Review

The little Honda Jazz has a huge following and it remains a superb supermini for buyers who priorities efficient running costs, decent infotainment tech and practicality. It’s also a solid choice for those looking to minimise impact on the environment. For 2023, the Jazz receives a light refresh, and it sees the addition of a new Advance Sport trim level and a Jazz Crosstar SUV-fied version. There are also changes to the e:HEV hybrid powertrain, and the Jazz is now capable of towing for the first time.

Aside from the Advance Sport’s unique front bumper, the new top-spec Jazz comes with a three-spoke steering wheel (the regular model has a two-spoke) and suede and synthetic seats, while contrasting yellow stitching adds a sports-car vibe. There are also minor mechanical tweaks, such as a throttle remap and stiffer suspension that should deliver a more responsive drive.

While the Jazz’s boxy exterior isn’t exactly inspirational, it still looks sharp and there’s plenty of headroom for taller drivers. The rear seat bases flip and fold to increase load space, and I’ve managed to carry a full-sized bicycle, a chest of drawers and a potted magnolia tree in the back without any dramas. There’s even a clever underfloor storage area for odds and ends.

New 2023 Honda Jazz Launch Date

Honda has expanded the Jazz range with the addition of a new top-spec model, the Jazz Crosstar. This variant replaces the RS model and brings with it a host of new features, a more diverse colour pallet, and some extra creature comforts. Honda has also tweaked the e:HEV powertrain, bringing better performance and the ability to tow (up to 500kg).

As usual, the Jazz offers plenty of storage solutions and great fuel efficiency. Its biggest selling point though is its spacious interior, capable of carrying five adults and their luggage. For 2023, the Jazz gets a facelift that brings a new honeycomb front grille design and darker headlight inserts. The Jazz Crosstar also gets a unique front bumper design with silver inserts that give it the appearance of a faux skid plate. This model also gets a new exterior colour, Fjord Mist blue.

The top-spec Advance Sport grade will have a more sporty vibe thanks to a lattice grille, gloss black mirrors, and 16-inch alloy wheels. It will also get a revised acceleration response concept that improves the feeling of power delivery. A new Sport mode also improves throttle mapping and linear shift control.

New 2023 Honda Jazz Price

Honda’s popular small car gets a big update next year to help it compete with more conventional rivals like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo. It still looks smart from the outside, with a cute frontal design and snazzy rear shape. Its SR trim and above get sleek 15″ or 16″ alloys that give it more of an upmarket feel. In terms of power, the Jazz now gets a little more oomph with the option of a hybrid petrol-electric e:HEV model. The updated powertrain generates a combined 121 hp (90 kW / 123 PS) thanks to a boost in the electric motor, the natural-gas powered engine and an improved automatic transmission.

Country Price
Honda Jazz Price in USA $18,100
Honda Jazz Price in UK  £25,900
Honda Jazz Price in Canada  CA$25,740
Honda Jazz Price in Germany  €22,000

This extra poke makes the Jazz feel much more responsive on the move, and it’s also a lot quieter at freeway speeds. Its size does mean that the Jazz isn’t a good choice for long open-road trips, though – the engine and wind noise can become quite intrusive at speed. But, if you do need to head out of town on occasion, the Jazz is a comfortable and convenient companion. Its huge amount of stowage space also means it can cope with family shopping sprees. The split folding rear seats, which can fold into the floor or up for tall item storage, are a real boon.