The Honda Jazz was recently voted supermini of the year by JD Power Surveys and was also nominated best used supermini by Which?
The new Honda Jazz 1.4 Si is available from only £107 per month and is loaded with added extras including 16” alloy wheels, front and rear sport bumpers and side skirts, privacy glass, leather trim steering wheel, unique Si upholstery and revised suspension for improved stability together with control plus modified power steering for greater response.
The Honda Jazz sported a new appearance last year which improved the car. New front and rear bumpers were the main parts that influenced the new look. All Honda Jazz models, including the Hybrid version share projector style headlights adding to the sporty look. The Honda Jazz is offered with two snappy i-VTEC petrol engines the 1.2 and 1.4 and Honda’s efficient hybrid IMA technology.
The Honda Jazz was recently voted supermini of the year by JD Power Surveys and was also nominated best used supermini by Which? Richard Headland, Cars editor, Which? said “buyers looking for a nearly new supermini should make a beeline for the Jazz. Owners love its blend of class-leading interior space, smart looks and excellent reliability. It's sought-after second-hand, so not the cheapest choice, but you'll also find buyers willing to pay good money when you come to sell it later.” Experts praised the Jazz’s class-leading space and versatility, bullet-proof reliability, strong resale values and the fact it’s easy and safe to drive. The results of the survey also took into account positive feedback from Jazz owners.
The Honda Jazz Si is a limited edition of the UK’s much loved supermini. It is based on the 1.4ES manual variant. It is available in four colours; Milano Red, Crystal Black, White Orchid and Azure Blue. The interior boasts a leather trimmed steering wheel, black and silver supportive seats and the benefit of cruise control.
Honda was also recently named the UK’s greenest brand at the EcoVelocity Motor Show. EcoVelocity is a ground breaking eco-car show that aims to showcase the car industry’s latest ‘clean-technology’ vehicles available in the market place today. The show is structured to inform and educate visitors on green motoring technologies and provide numerous opportunities for test drives. Honda was named as the automotive brand they perceive to be the greenest. Vauxhall was close behind in second place and Nissan was placed third. Vauxhall was the brand that EcoVelocity visitors are most likely to buy within the next 12 months, Toyota second and BMW in third place.