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Is a used Honda Jazz a good buy?
One of the biggest selling points of the Honda Jazz is its practicality, as it’s really roomy inside and the boot is nearly as big as some models that are much larger and harder to park. It’s also fitted with Honda’s so-called 'Magic' rear seats, which can fold upwards cinema-style to create extra storage space in the back for tall items - or fold forward to expand the boot.
Another key selling point is its self-charging hybrid setup. It uses a 1.5-litre petrol engine with an electric motor and a small battery pack. It doesn’t need to be charged up, as the engine keeps the battery topped up, but it can still drive for short distances on electric power alone. This setup also allows for excellent fuel economy and it’s likely to be very reliable as well.
Which used Honda Jazz should you buy?
The latest Honda Jazz also has a smart-looking interior with a good amount of technology and it’s comfortable to drive. The Honda Jazz is a very sensible choice as a result, although it’s not much fun to drive. The Ford Fiesta is more enjoyable, or if you want a hybrid model that’s a little more fun there’s the Toyota Yaris as well.
The Honda Jazz is also available in Honda Jazz Crosstar form, which is a more SUV-like model, similar to the Ford Fiesta Active. The differences are largely cosmetic, so it’s just as efficient as the normal Honda Jazz model, but don't expect to go off-roading in it.
What used Honda Jazz trim levels are available?
Looking at a used Honda Jazz can quickly get confusing with the sheer variety of trim versions available. But to make it simple, the Honda Jazz EX is the most popular model on the used market and it's also the one we recommend coming with things such as a leather-trimmed heated steering wheel and a reversing camera.
Honda Jazz SE
The cheapest model in the range is the Honda Jazz SE, which costs from about £20,000 when buying new. On BuyaCar you should be able to find some more affordable deals on PCP finance, although this model isn’t the best-value version.
The SE model comes with 15-inch steel wheels, LED lights with automatic operation, fabric upholstery, automatic windscreen wipers, heated door mirrors, Honda’s Magic Seats in the rear, a five-inch screen for the media system which includes digital radio and Bluetooth connectivity.
It’s well-equipped when it comes to safety, as it gets braking assist, autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, traffic sign recognition and hill-start assist.
Honda Jazz SR
The Honda Jazz SR is good value, because it has quite a bit more kit than the basic SE versions but only costs from around £21,000 when new. It’s even better value when looking at second-hand models, as there are plenty of great deals available.
The SR versions come with everything you get in the lower-spec SE versions as well as 15-inch alloy wheels, an alarm system, part-leather upholstery, electric door mirrors and parking sensors all around.
It also comes with a nine-inch media system with a touchscreen interface, wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto, plus two USB ports for charging your devices.
Honda Jazz EX
The Honda Jazz EX costs from about £23,000 when new, and comes with even more equipment than the SR version. As the Jazz isn't the most in-demand model, you can find better deals when using PCP finance on a used or nearly new version.
This model comes with everything found on the SE and SR versions, plus blind-spot monitoring, keyless entry, heated seats, a leather-trimmed heated steering wheel, a reversing camera, tinted windows, LED fog lights and 16-inch alloy wheels.
EX also comes with Garmin-based sat-nav on the nine-inch touchscreen media system and two more USB ports in the rear of the car.
Honda Jazz EX Style
The Honda Jazz EX Style is the most expensive model in the range, and costs about £25,000 when new. It’s not the best value for money but you might be able to find a great second-hand deal on this highly-equipped version.
Along with everything on the EX version, it comes with whiplash-lessening front headrests, a cargo net in the boot, black mirrors, a roof spoiler and special 16-inch alloy wheels.
Honda Jazz Crosstar EX
The Honda Jazz Crosstar EX is a version of the small car that has more SUV-inspired styling. It’s hardly any different to the normal model, but if you love the way SUVs look and still want the Jazz’s space and comfort, it could be a decent choice. It costs from around £24,000 when new.
This version comes with most of the same equipment as the normal EX version, although it doesn’t have the heated steering wheel or blind-spot monitoring. In their place, you get waterproof upholstery, an upgraded stereo, another set of 16-inch alloy wheels and a different exterior look.