Jazz hands at the ready!
Not content with one, or even two awards, the Honda Jazz has recently picked up a hat-trick of endorsements from the jury at Which? Magazine.
Making it a fantastic start to 2022, the Honda Jazz boasts the following to its array of recognitions:-
What Car? – Small Car of the Year
Which? Magazine – Best Buy
Which? Magazine – Most Reliable Small Car
The Jazz is notably the best-selling car in the Honda range and this is for very good reason.
It’s the small car that thinks big and that is certainly true of its interior.
Designed with practicality in mind, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in a much larger vehicle. Comfort and refinement are on offer in abundance with the Jazz, with an array of clever, small touches that see it streets ahead of its rivals. In fact, it’s these small details that have contributed to the Jazz’s success combined with its hybrid technology that allow it to use fuel very economically, especially around town.
Success is no stranger to the Jazz and this latest award follows previous success and recognition from a Red Dot Design Award for both the Jazz and the Jazz Crosstar.
The Which? Product testing team commented, “practicality is the Jazz’s forte, with generous space for passengers, a decent-sized boot and, of course, Honda’s famous ‘Magic Seat’ system.”
(The Magic Seat system means you can fold the back seats up like cinema chairs, thus freeing-up the rear-seat footwell for plenty of added storage). Just another string to the Jazz’s award-winning bow.
The team also said that “spaciousness is the Jazz’s trump card. The cabin feels very airy thanks to its expansive window area and narrow windscreen pillars.”
The Jazz is also very competitively priced, with on-road prices starting at £19,910. Available in five grades, the most recent enhancement ; EX Style’ joined the line-up in November 2021. The small hatchback boasts a panoramic windscreen, 1,205 litre boot capacity when utilising the magic seats and a plethora of safety equipment as standard across all grades in the Honda Sensing package. The new Jazz was also the first model to feature the anti-fatigue front seats.
The fourth generation Honda Jazz was launched solely with a hybrid powertrain in March 2022, contributing to the Japanese Manufacturer’s commitment to electrify 100% of its European mainstream models in 2022.
To conclude its award-winning stature, the Honda Jazz ticks just about every box when it comes to choosing a small car that’s big on just about everything.