Honda Jazz attains hat-trick of awards in the UK

Following its success at the 2022 What Car? Awards, being named as the Best Small Car, the Honda Jazz has scored a hat-trick by way of two further endorsements from the jury at Which? Magazine for being the ‘Most Reliable Small Car’ and a ‘Best Buy’ in their 2021-2022 car tests and surveys.

Editor at What Car? Magazine, Steve Huntingford commented, “The Honda Jazz is a small car that feels like a big one, not only because of the sheer amount of space you get, but also because of the comfort and refinement that it offers. The interior is incredibly thoughtfully designed, too, with lots of clever touches to improve practicality. Plus, the Jazz is an easier car to see out of than many rivals, and its hybrid technology allows it to sip fuel, particularly around town.”.

Having been presented the title of these industry accolades, the Jazz continues to be the best-selling model in the current Honda range in the UK and a popular model in the B Sector. This hat-trick of awards embody the key characteristics that the Jazz is so highly regarded for.

The Which? product testing team commented, “practicality is the Jazz’s forte, with generous space for passengers, a decent-sized boot and Honda’s famous ‘Magic Seat’ system.”

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 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 2020 contributing to the Japanese Manufacturer’s commitment to electrify 100% of its European mainstream models in 2022.

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