You say “Jazz,” they say “Fit.” Let’s call the whole thing off, because this Honda is actually called both, depending on where you find it. In Europe, Australia, and the Middle East, it’s the Jazz, but in Japan and the Americas you can call it the Fit. All pack the same utility into compact dimensions and a wind-cheating shape, with a few regional engine variations. This North American Fit Sport might only muster a diminutive 1.5-liter motor underhood, but that doesn’t mean the engine is boring. Honda engineers installed an i-VTEC system and went over the motor with a fine-toothed comb, cutting weight and increasing efficiency to tease 10 extra horsepower out of it, for a total of 117. And the lightweight car makes the most of it—it’s a blast to drive, just like the tossable subcompacts of yore, helped out by a stiffer chassis and a reworked suspension. The Fit Sport loves corners, so keep the engine singing and the Fit Sport will reward you with entertaining noises and a decided fun driving experience.