In spite of all the the latest product sales troubles for Honda, and its vastly minimized number of styles on supply in the Uk, it is superior to see it hasn’t abandoned the Honda-ness of its vehicles. The sensation that no issue what, this thing will run reliably for aeons.
It’s no diverse in this flippantly fettled Honda Jazz. It’s a new trim stage, with the EX Model (as opposed to plain EX, the only other trim on offer these times) offering a handful of exterior additions but not essentially transforming the Jazz method. By the way, you simply cannot get the Fashion improve in the bumpered Crosstar edition.
For £25,940, you get a black pack package, with that colour working across the wing mirrors, entire body-facet mouldings, rear spoiler and roof. It also capabilities black/silver alloys, measuring 185/55 R16.
It’s hardly the most radical set of additions, nor has it endowed the automobile with significantly extra road cred, whilst the price pushes it ahead of its key rival, the Toyota Yaris. An Excel trim in that automobile fees £23,790.
However, with diddier wheels as regular, the Honda emits just 84g/km as opposed with the Toyota’s 98g/km, so you save yourself a few of percentage factors on the BIK.
The Jazz interior remains the exact same, with complete connectivity by using Apple CarPlay or Android Automobile and a 9-inch touchscreen. Mercifully, there is a bodily volume button and local weather command switches, but a ton of features are also managed from the steering wheel.
The Jazz’s get together trick – the clever folding, flipping rear seats – still features, but the boot is not huge. There’s sufficient room for Granny’s searching, or the Bichon Frise on the way back from the groomer’s, but not a lot else.
A twin-motor hybrid established-up stays, made up of an electrical travel motor and an integrated starter-generator. This yields 107bhp and 187lb ft, providing a -62mph time of 9.9sec, just .2sec off the Yaris.