Honda Jazz

While the Honda Jazz is very easy on the eye, there are few cars in its class that can match the versatility provided by its Magic Seats system. Moreover, with an e:HEV full hybrid powertrain installed, the Jazz is more efficient than ever.

Vehicle Variants

The new Honda Jazz is available in Elegance, Advance, Advance Sport and Crosstar Advance trim levels.

    Elegance- From £26,395 With the Elegance grade, the Jazz offers practicality, spaciousness and comfort aplenty – and features such as Honda SENSING and fuel-saving ECON mode.
    Advance- From £27,550 The second-tier Advance trim adds privacy glass, Smart Keyless Entry & Start and a heated steering wheel.
    Crosstar Advance - From £28,550 The top-of-the-line Crosstar Advance trim is the complete Jazz package. For instance, it rides on upgraded 16-inch alloy wheels, it’s topped with integrated roof rails, and it’s fitted with super-durable, moisture-repellent seats.
    Sport- From £28,695 The Advance Sport grade accentuates the Jazz’s innate style, adding trim-specific features such as an exclusive rear spoiler, distinctive alloy wheels and unique interior detailing.
    Interior of Honda jazz
    Interior The Honda Jazz succeeds where many of its competitors fail because this MPV-like supermini focuses on interior space, featuring a taller roofline, for instance, and a vertical boot that delivers enhanced capacity.
      Spacious supermini The Jazz more than comfortably accommodates four six-foot adults – and it’s just as ideal for conveying a young family of five. It features a 304-litre boot too, which soon grows to a 1,250-litre luggage capacity whenever rear seats are dropped.
      Magic Seats With just one motion, this car’s rear seats fold forwards or backwards, depending on the type of cargo you want to carry and how many rear-seat passengers you need to accommodate.
      Infotainment highlights Standard-issue tech includes a four-speaker sound system (with DAB radio), a nine-inch touchscreen, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. For the likes of Garmin Navigation, it’s worth considering moving up to the second-tier Advance trim.
      Hybrid efficiency A 1.5-litre petrol-electric engine returns up to 62.8mpg, making the Jazz very cost-effective to run. It also produces CO2 emissions as low as 82g/km, which means it’s 100% ULEZ friendly.
      Exterior Compact dimensions ensure that the Jazz is very handy in the city, and a practical four-door body makes this supermini ideal for transporting friends and family.
        Sporty Jazz All Jazz variants possess sporty good looks born of a sharply rising shoulder line – and a swept back roofline that incorporates a stylish shark-fin antenna. The car’s racy DNA deepens as you move up through the trim levels. For instance, Advance Sport grades feature exclusive front and rear bumpers.
        Alloy wheels The Jazz rides on minimum-size 15-inch alloy wheels that add an extra level of visual sophistication while helping to deliver enhanced efficiency and performance.
        LED lights Automatic High Beam Support System LED headlights, LED daytime running lights and LED taillights are fitted as standard, each delivering high-intensity illumination. Meanwhile, top-tier Crosstar Advance grades add LED front fog lamps.
        Seven body colours Choose an exterior paint finish that complements your driving style. There are plenty of great options, including Platinum White Pearl and Crystal Black Pearl – or bright-coloured tones such as Premium Crystal Red Metallic and Midnight Blue Beam Metallic.
        Your Next Steps Please don’t hesitate to contact the Gatwick Honda team if you have any questions or if you would like to book a test drive.