Almost New Buyer’s Guide: Honda Jazz Car News

The SR spec is our pick of the range, thanks to its modest price and the extra comfort you’ll use every day. These include a better infotainment system, wireless Apple CarPlay, leather seats as part of the more luxurious interior trim, front and rear parking sensors and 15-inch alloy wheels.

To raise the bar even higher, turn to the EX model. That adds keyless entry, a heated leather steering wheel, blind-spot monitoring, heated seats, a rear-view camera and a top-of-the-line 9.0-inch Honda Connect infotainment system with satellite navigation. Crosstar models have similar kit to EX but get a premium 376W sound system, water-repellent coating (for lifestyle, obviously…) and an optional two-tone roof.

Later, an EX Style model arrived with a contrasting black roof, 16-inch alloy wheels, rear-view camera and blind-spot monitoring, but that’s not a spec we’d seriously consider due to its cost. You could get a well-specified Volkswagen Golf for a similar price. But an SR Jazz is truly a practical, well-equipped and frugal city dweller.

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Prices started from £18,890 when new in 2020, a figure which has now risen to £19,910 for the hatch and £24,170 for the Crosstar. Entry-level used cars can be picked up from £14,000. We even found an EX model for £16,250. Expect to pay a hefty premium for a Crosstar.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-14 05:01:23

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