Honda Jazz hatchback review

The first Honda Jazz model was released in 2002 and since then, approximately 250,000 units have been sold in the UK alone. The Honda Jazz Hatchback is a new model that draws on the successful characteristics of the lines, offering lots of standard equipment, plenty of passenger space and efficient engines.

A reliable vehicle

A major drawback for the Honda Jazz is that there is no diesel version. Nevertheless, if you are looking for a petrol engine, you can find in this model of true sources of satisfaction. One of the strengths of this model consists precisely in its mechanical reliability, with reasons of worry being generally infrequent.

Value for Money

The base model of Honda Jazz Hatchback starts at £11,295, including a 1.2 litres engine, but no alloy wheels or air conditioning. The advantage of the Jazz is that it will not cost too much to run. A hybrid version is also available, with prices starting at £15,995. This hybrid version emits only 104g/km of CO2 and it will do over 60mpg. This means that the car is free from road tax for the first year and you will only have to pay £10 per year thereafter.

The Driving Experience

Honda Jazz Hatchback is one of the best choices you can make in the supermini sector and it is generally a joy to drive. The five speed gearbox is slick and the clutch is well-weighted. The high-quality cabin allows a good driving position and the visibility is also great in all conditions.

Final Verdict

The Honda Jazz Hatchback is an excellent choice if you are looking for a city car, providing good levels and interior space and good value for money in the long run. In addition to that, it is a very safe car and it has received a 5 star ANCAP safety rating.

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