Honda Jazz vs Amaze Comparison | by CarComparos.com

Verdict: The Honda Jazz is better value-for-money as well as a technically superior car than the Honda Amaze


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Interiors: Amaze is no match to the Jazz in terms of luxury and finesse. Jazz shares its interiors (and platform) with the legendary Honda City, while the Amaze borrows them from the humble little Brio hatchback. The sheer ambience that you will experience everyday in Jazz will be a read more…
Pricing & Features: The best thing is that in spite of being from a higher segment, Honda has priced the Jazz cheaper than the Amaze overall. Jazz is priced more or less similar to the Amaze, but the mid and top variants have many additional features than the equivalent Amaze and all the features are read more…
Diesel: The diesel Jazz is slightly more expensive than the Amaze. But if you consider the S & SV/SX versions, which form the majority of buyers of these cars, Jazz has 4 to 5 features more than the Amaze. Especially the read more…

Also Read: 2015 Honda Jazz: What To Expect??

Ride Quality & Handling: Jazz has a 125mm longer wheelbase than the Amaze, which gives it more stability as well as makes it more comfortable over bumps and ruts, than the Amaze. It also has slightly bigger wheels (not wider, but bigger in diameter), which help the ride ride quality further. Jazz is also read more…
Space & Comfort: Both car have outstanding occupant space be it in the front, the rear or the boot. However, where the Jazz trumps the Amaze is in it’s ‘magical’ flexibility, thanks to the splitting, folding, tumbling and if need be even read more…
Safety: Jazz is bound to be a much more safer car than the Amaze in the event of a collision. Unlike the Amaze, the very same Jazz that we get in India is also sold in US & Europe, where the safety requirement are much more stringent than ours. The Amaze on the other hand was conceived just for read more…
Fuel Efficiency: Both these cars are lesson to the automobile industry in terms of fuel efficiency. The diesel Jazz has an unbelievable ARAI certified mileage of 27.3 kmpl, while the Amaze is 26 kmpl. However in our back-to-back tests we found read more…
Performance & Drivability: Both the manual petrols and manual diesel have the same engine-gearbox combination doing duty inside them giving equally awesome performance to both the Jazz as well as the Amaze. The Amaze being slightly lighter feels a tad bit more eager than the Jazz, but that may read more…
Reliability & After Sales Service: Honda’s products are well known for their impeccable reliability. This makes the job of service centers much easier than others. But that does not mean that the Service is taken lightly at Honda. Honda’s obsessive control over read more…
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Dhiyanesh Ravichandran

Dhiyanesh is equally crazy about driving cars and writing about them. This guy loves everything with a steering wheel, so, at someday if self-driving cars take up all driving, he is sure to go nuts! He likes sedans of 90s era, esp W140 S-Class and R34 Skyline GT. Apart from usual motoring stuffs, he maintains a strong appetite for sociological perspectives on cars, their historical and cultural footprints. He owns a 1999 Fiat Siena passionately, and drives a Ford Fiesta.