Honda Jazz ‘Who Cares?’ Edition Announced – Called the Si

Honda has unveiled a new version of the Jazz in Geneva.

Honda has released a new special edition of their Jazz, dubbed the Si, at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. With the amount of new models, concepts and special editions at the event, it was easy for most show-goers to take one look at the Jazz Si and move on immediately. The Jazz Si is powered by a 1.4-liter i-VTEC good for 94hp and 94 lb-ft. The engine is coupled to a manual transmission.

Honda says this is a 'hot' version, though that statement must have been made after several 18-hour long days on the Geneva Show floor while seriously dehydrated. Top speed is listed at 113mph. The Japanese automaker did add a body kit with new dampers and a set of 16-inch wheels.

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