Honda Jazz is a winner for ‘Reliability’
A study of 50,000 cars by Warranty Direct showed that European cars are more likely to fail and cost more to fix when they do
A study of 50,000 cars by Warranty Direct showed that European cars are more likely to fail and cost more to fix when they do. The least reliable car proved to by the 02 registered Range Rover with 56% of cars going wrong over a 12 month period with the average repair bill of £517.88.
At the other end of the scale the failure rate of the Honda Jazz was only 8% and owners were left with a much smaller bill averaging at £215.21.
The Honda Jazz has a new appearance which freshens and improves the car. New front and rear bumpers are the main parts that influence the new look. All Honda Jazz models, including the Hybrid version share projector style headlights adding to the sportier look.
There are four new colours offered across the petrol range, Azure Blue, Polished Metal, Urban Titanium and Ionized Bronze. The interior of the Honda Jazz now has a new darker dashboard material which contrasts strongly with the orange and blue back lighting of the dials, gauges and displays across the dashboard. The orange backlighting colour is unique to the petrol powered variants.