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Honda Jazz Leasing

The Jazz is Honda’s faithful supermini that has served the brand for 20 years. More spacious than a Ford Fiesta or Renault Clio, it’s a refined and sensible choice if you’re wanting a pragmatic little car. Both Ford and Renault have moved on to producing rugged crossover versions of their superminis, in the form of the Puma and Captur – but the Jazz has lived on pretty much unchanged in concept, although this new 4th-generation model has been modernised to a degree and now comes in hybrid form.
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FuelTypeFuel TypePetrol
EmissionsEmissions117g/km
FuelEconomyEconomy56.5 MPG
£192.95
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FuelTypeFuel TypeHybrid
EmissionsEmissions82g/km
FuelEconomyEconomy117.7 MPG
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FuelTypeFuel TypeHybrid
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FuelEconomyEconomy117.7 MPG
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FuelEconomyEconomy113 MPG
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EmissionsEmissions88g/km
FuelEconomyEconomy104.6 MPG
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Top 3 Features

Efficient hybrid power.

Techy, airy interior.

Refined looks.

  • It’s really spacious inside the Honda Jazz. There’s lots of legroom (seriously, there’s loads) and more cubby storage than you’ll know what to do with. The airy feel and spaciousness are thanks to the Jazz’s taller MPV stance and the fact that Honda has hidden the fuel tank under the front seats. That’s also why the front occupants are sitting up relatively high. The new model retains the mega ‘Magic Seats’ of the old Jazz, which flip, fold and slide to make an even more cavernous cabin for your cargo. Even with the seats at full occupancy, the boot is a competitive size in the supermini class.

  • This is the trump card of the new Jazz, with its clever hybrid system. Even though the engine is petrol, it’ll still beat many diesels for economy. Depending on your driving, you could beat the quoted figures, too. Our time with the car saw the computer report 63mpg, but that included some rather, er, enthusiastic driving. Efficiency is where the real savings start and finish, though. Tax is just £10 less a year than conventional petrol and diesel rivals. It’s also relatively steeply grouped in terms of insurance. Happily, Honda’s servicing costs are competitive – and of course, you have that reputation for reliability to depend on.

Models Available

A Jazz is a Jazz, a 5-door, 5-seat supermini with just 1 engine option and 3 trim levels to choose from. Unless, of course, you pick the Jazz Crosstar, which is the same but slightly different – you get slightly jacked-up suspension which is a little softer and more comfortable, along with some SUV-like plastic cladding to make it look tougher. The hybrid system remains the same but the Crosstar could be appealing to those who’ve been tempted by SUV style.

Trim Levels

Entry-level SE trim comes with climate control, 15-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, automatic lights and wipers, DAB radio and Bluetooth as standard.Trim Levels Available: SE, SR, EX, Crosstar EX

The Honda Jazz vs Competitors

In retaining its semi-MPV style and features, the Jazz is a unique proposition, as it has been for more than 15 years. That said, it’s an uphill battle against the appeal of small crossovers like the Ford Puma. In terms of efficiency, the Puma might not match the Jazz but it’s a very cool-looking car, drives excellently, is priced similarly and has a bigger boot. The Jazz is one of those cars that if it’s a fit for you, not a lot else will do.
  • We’d say yes, the Honda Jazz is a good car. It’s quirky and there are things some rivals might be better at, but it’s a compelling little thing that offers a lot that others don’t.

  • Boy, is this a sticky issue! Yes, in a sense, it self-charges. You don’t have to plug it in, but you’re still spending money and pumping in fossil fuels at the pumps.

  • This generation has only been on sale for a relatively short time, so the proof isn’t quite evident in the pudding. But Honda’s track record suggests it’ll fall in line as a sturdy, dependable machine.

  • Historically, the young have given the Honda Jazz a wide berth in the UK. However, over in America, where it’s known as the Fit, it’s one of the most popular cars for the youth. There’s no reason why it wouldn’t be suitable here.

  • Yes, there are 2 Isofix points on the rear seats, so you can safely attach a couple of child seats.

  • Leasing a Honda Jazz with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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