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The Honda Jazz name has been used by the Japanese manufacturer Honda to denote several different motorized vehicles since 1982.
- Honda Fit – A five-door hatchback automobile introduced in June 2001. The vehicle is known as the Fit in Japan, China, as well as in Americas. It is called the Jazz in Europe, Oceania, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, India, and Africa.
- The European model of first generation Honda City, named such because Opel already used the City name at that time.
- The Japanese-market name for the badge-engineered short-wheelbase Isuzu Mu (Isuzu Amigo) (1993–1996), known elsewhere as the Opel Frontera, Holden Frontera, or Vauxhall Frontera.
A first Honda Jazz was introduced in autumn 1983 in Europe. International contributed this car name Honda City , but due to a lawsuit by the vehicle manufacturer Opel , the result of the name used in the 1970s by Opel Kadett City , in Europe has not been possible saw a trademark infringement.
Outside Europe, especially in Japan, where the launch took place in 1981, there was also a convertible and a five-door version of the car. In Japan the car was available with a 1.2-liter engine with 46 kW (63 hp) and a City R with 49 kW (67 hp) and the City Turbo with 73 kW (99 hp). Within Europe, the Honda Jazz first generation was only offered as a two-door. Equipped was the small car with a 1.2-liter engine with 33 kW (45 hp), or alternatively with a 1.2-liter with 41 kW (56 hp).
The end of 1986, the model was adjusted and ten years later by the Honda logo replaced.