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Honda Jazz model that was available with CVT automatic transmission, automatic versions of the share was around one third. Now, the new Honda Jazz automatic is continuously on the move.When the Honda Jazz CVT transmission, the challenge for the engineers to kidney, with the “Continuously Variable Transmission” (continuously variable transmission) in economy and CO2 emissions must be no compromise. A combination of continuously variable automatic transmission and a torque converter, this allowed. The torque converter replaces the conventional continuously variable transmissions from known starting clutch, which allows the Jazz a comfortable starting, for example when parking easier remains steerable and runs primarily on fuel-efficient country. The driver has the advantage of a smooth-running, hassle-free tour with automatic transmission, without zuwirken to protect the climate against increased consumption.
The Honda Jazz CVT economical way
The continuous “switching” Honda Jazz offers automatic on the fuel consumption of the versions with manual transmission, but rather, depending on driving style even less. Specifically, the consumer is the Honda Jazz 1.4 i-VTEC CVT urban and extra-urban 6.7 to 6.9 4.6 to 4.7 liters per 100 km. The combined consumption is at 5.4 to 5.5 liters, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 125 128 g / km. Due to the built-in tilt sensor, the transmission can determine when the Honda small car to roll gently forward, and when not, which enables the driver to move the vehicle with maximum comfort.