The fourth-generation Honda Jazz was unveiled at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, featuring a thorough refresh of the popular B-segment hatchback. Check out this video to see just how much the new Jazz (badged as the Fit in Japan) has changed.

It’s clear that the all-new model takes inspiration from the first two generations of the Jazz, rather than the sharper, sportier third generation. Whether that’s good or bad, let us know what you think in the comments section below!

What has not changed, of course, is the Jazz’s heavy slant towards interior practicality and flexibility. It’s still the most spacious car in its class, and as Jlee reports, it now has better perceived interior quality too, with a more generous use of softer materials on the dashboard.

There are a lot of rumours suggesting that the latest Jazz won’t be coming to our shores, as its place will be taken by a “City Hatchback” instead, much like the close relationship between the Toyota Vios and Yaris here. True or not, we’ll have to wait and see. But what do you think – which approach would you prefer to have in Malaysia?

GALLERY: 2020 Honda Jazz Basic

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