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The Honda Jazz nameplate 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 and the 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 Isuzu Rodeo Sport, Opel Frontera, Holden Frontera, or Vauxhall Frontera.
- A 50 cc cruiser-style motorcycle introduced in 1986. The Jazz nameplate was also used on the (CHF50), and is currently on sale in Canada. The two models have no relation to each other.
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