Tuesday, 10 July 2007

A Jaundiced Honda Jazz Anyone?

On its last leg of service since the world debut in 2002, the Honda Jazz gets a new dazzling coat called Helios Yellow Pearl. This is the sixth colour to be made available but it's exclusive to the Jazz VTEC, apart from Brilliant White Pearl. The other choices are Royal Blue, Alabaster Silver Metallic, Nighthawk Black Pearl and Taffeta White (Jazz i-DSI only).

Over 10,000 units have found satisfied owners since its 2003 launch by Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd. Nevertheless, Honda Motor Co. is expected to introduce a full model change sometime 2008.

1 comment:

Shoughun said...

I know for a fact that this Honda has a really great braking system, because along with the new Jazz larger wheels, there are high quality Honda brake pad and larger brakes: 260 mm (10.2 in.) ventilated discs in front, and 220 mm (8.7 in.) drum brakes in the rear. They are power assisted by a new tandem vacuum booster which has a 7-inch and an 8-inch chamber for improved brake feel. More efficient and compact than the 9-inch, single chamber booster it replaces, the new booster keeps pedal effort low yet provides a firm feel. Great safety features indeed...