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  • Q. How is perfomance of jazz and mileage in city?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Jazz’ ride is the highlight of the package. There’s no change in suspension hardware, so it remains as comfy as ever. It manages to take the sting out of most patches of broken roads and potholes. On a calm city drive, it’s just what you want. The ride is relaxing as the suspension doesn’t let much into the cabin. As the speeds build, it remains poised even as the speedo hits triple digits. Push it past that, and you’d pick on a sense of floatiness. That said, as long as you stick to the speed limit, you should be plenty comfortable. Honda claims that Honda Jazz returns an ARAI-certified fuel efficiency of 18.2kmpl, whereas the diesel-manual version returns 27.3kmpl. The Jazz with the petrol-CVT combo has a fuel efficiency of 19kmpl.

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    Kabir
    Kabir | 7 months ago

    In Chennai in city CVT gives 10-11 kmpl in highways it gives around 17 kmpl. However the engine is excellent

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  • Q. Is mileage and service better than Swift - Jazz 2018?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    The Honda Jazz offers claimed ARAI mileage of petrol is 19kmpl, and for the Honda, Jazz diesel is 27kmpl. The ARAI claimed mileage of the Maruti Swift petrol is 22kmpl, and for the Maruti Swift diesel is 28kmpl. So in terms of fuel economy, the Maruti Swift is a more efficient car. The Service network of Maruti is quite appreciating in India, there is no doubt about that. Honda is picking up in terms service network as well but it would require a lot of time to match the service network of Maruti Suzuki. Although we can't give a verdict about the quality of the service.

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    Ravindra
    Ravindra | 5 days ago

    Yes

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  • Q. I am confused between Honda Jazz VX CVT, Baleno Alpha CVT and Maruti Swift AMT. I currently own a 2010 i20 Asta. which one is a good car from a value, fuel economy, power, and resale price.
    Neil
    Neil | 7 months ago

    Can you add projector head lamp and DRL to the jazz as currently it is not provided and also they have done away with magic seats on the top end variants

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    Deepak
    Deepak | 7 months ago

    Honda Jazz is the best. More comfortable on long rides and gives awesome mileage. Even service cost is less. It's very spacious.

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  • Q. Looks impecable but as a long term use vehicle is it worth it - average, performance, infotainment and comfort - Jazz 2018?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    Jazz gets new, front centre armrest, a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, cruise control, keyless entry with push-button start/stop and rear parking sensors. Honda Smart Key System (Touch sensor based) with Keyless Remote (CVT and Diesel variants). The Honda Jazz offers Rear Parking Sensors, airbags and ABS as a standard feature. The ARAI tested mileage for Hthe Diesel variant is 27 Kmpl whereas the petrol variant dispenses 18 Kmpl. The Honda Jazz gets the fantastic 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engine but it also gets the ubiquitous 1.5-litre diesel mill. The diesel engine provides 100PS of power at 3600rpm and 200Nm of torque at 1750rpmn whereas the petrol engine develops 90PS of power at 6000rpm and 110Nm of torque at 4800rpm. The Car drives smooth in the mid rev range. The Jazz is as light and agile as you'd expect from a Honda hatch. Ride quality is excellent at slow and medium speeds.

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    Sharan
    Sharan | 4 months ago

    Jazz is the best Hatchback and has a very good price and everything is best in it and we are using it since 2 years

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  • Q. I am planning to go for Jazz against my Fabia. What will be its petrol mileage on road? (Manual transmission). Is it better to go for diesel version? Everybody is criticising about low mileage and nonpunchy pick up. Which will be better? Kindly suggest me. I am thinking of going for a base diesel instead of top end petrol.
    Kabir
    Kabir | 17 hours ago

    I have a petrol car it’s engine is really good and responsive. Mine is automatic variant and it gives mileage of 12 in Chennai city and I’m highways it gives 17kmpl. Diesel is good if your usage is more than 30 kilometres per day. Jazz maintainence cost is less compared to Fabia and cabin is bigger than fabia

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    Prodeep
    Prodeep | 19 hours ago

    Petrol Jazz manual city mileage should be around 12 to 13 kms/L. Highways closer to 17. That's more or less my experience with a petrol Jazz automatic. Pick up is a tad bit weak but not an issue in city drives

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  • Q. How can get best average from Honda jazz cvt
    Mustaqeem
    Mustaqeem | 9 months ago

    Less braking, and keep the engine below 8000rpm in the city

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    Chandra
    Chandra | 8 months ago

    Within City around 13 and highways 18-20

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  • Q. Hi, am thinking of buying the jazz automatic. can anyone tell me if its performance is good and what is the mileage ? Thanks
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The automatic transmission simply adds to the Jazz’ easy-going nature. Of course, this transmission too doesn’t like being hustled, lest the Sport mode and paddle shifters fool you. Drive with a light foot and the Jazz automatic builds up pace consistently, and more importantly, smoothly. Acceleration for the most part feels proportional to the input on the pedal. But, bear in mind, the gearbox isn’t particularly quick, in case you need to get a move on quickly. Slam the throttle down and the CVT hesitates for a second before locking the revs at the redline. Progress is swift; but it doesn’t feel so, since there’s an aural overload of that engine screaming its lungs out. You can take charge of the “gears” yourself by using the paddle shifters. If you can’t be bothered with that, you can always shift to ‘Sport’ mode. Don’t expect the Jazz to transform into a hot hatch when you do so, though. It delivers a claimed mileage of 19 kmpl, rest depends on one's riding style and how it is maintained.

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    Prodeep
    Prodeep | 2 months ago

    Performance is not that great in terms of torque. But it is a smooth ride and in city drive conditions it is great. In regular conditions - city - I am getting around 13km per litre. Highways goes upto 17/18, no more

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  • Q. What is mileage of VMT model and what is maintenance cost - Jazz 2018?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 12 months ago

    The claimed ARAI mileage of Honda Jazz diesel and petrol is 27.3 kmpl and 18.2 kmpl respectively. To know about its service cost, we would suggest you to get in touch with the dealership as they will be better person to assist you in this concern. Click on the link to find out your nearest dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Honda/Delhi

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    Kabir
    Kabir | 2 months ago

    12kmpl inside the city

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  • Q. How is perfomance of jazz and mileage in city?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Jazz’ ride is the highlight of the package. There’s no change in suspension hardware, so it remains as comfy as ever. It manages to take the sting out of most patches of broken roads and potholes. On a calm city drive, it’s just what you want. The ride is relaxing as the suspension doesn’t let much into the cabin. As the speeds build, it remains poised even as the speedo hits triple digits. Push it past that, and you’d pick on a sense of floatiness. That said, as long as you stick to the speed limit, you should be plenty comfortable. Honda claims that Honda Jazz returns an ARAI-certified fuel efficiency of 18.2kmpl, whereas the diesel-manual version returns 27.3kmpl. The Jazz with the petrol-CVT combo has a fuel efficiency of 19kmpl.

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    Kabir
    Kabir | 7 months ago

    In Chennai in city CVT gives 10-11 kmpl in highways it gives around 17 kmpl. However the engine is excellent

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  • Q. How is the new jazz CVT. Will it go back while starting from uploping roads .How is the acceleration and pulling of the petrol version .Hows the maintenance cost. Is it affordable?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Jazz comes with a 7-step CVT which is well tuned for everyday driving - smooth, relaxed and efficient. Slam the throttle down and the CVT hesitates for a second before locking the revs at the redline. Progress is swift; but it doesn’t feel so, since there’s an aural overload of that engine screaming its lungs out. You can take charge of the “gears” yourself by using the paddle shifters. If you can’t be bothered with that, you can always shift to ‘Sport’ mode. Don’t expect the Jazz to transform into a hot hatch when you do so, though. Total estimated maintenance cost of Honda Jazz petrol automatic for 5 years is Rs. 39,090 It is an approximate figure excluding labour charges and GST. The price may vary as per the location and condition of the car. Moreover, you may contact to the nearest authorized Tata service centre for the same as they will be the better person to assist you in this concern. Click on the given link to get and idea about service cost: https://bit.ly/2OyZ0Ax

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    Prodeep
    Prodeep | 1 week ago

    No; it doesn't roll back on slopes at all. The acceleration could be a bit more spiffy but you get there by pushing on the pedal a bit more. Maintenance has been just routine for me at approx. 8k per visit (oil change) every 7/8k kms

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