Make way for the newest variant of Honda’s UK-built Jazz range -- the ES Plus. The Honda Jazz ES Plus contains the same features as the ES variant it is replacing. However, the ES Plus boasts of additional features like cruise control, privacy glass, 16-inch alloy wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear stick, and driver’s front armrest.
It is powered by a fuel- efficient 1.4 i-VTEC engine. The Honda Jazz ES Plus can be availed for a starting price of £14,495 OTR. Interested buyers for the Jazz ES Plus could avail from a variety of new finance options and a service plan that are available on all new Jazz models. All Jazz models powered by the 1.4 engine can be acquired through low-rate finance offers, a four-year servicing plan for £399, and up to £1,000 deposit contributions.
These financing packages from Honda are designed to suit different funding needs of different customers, making new car ownership more affordable. Customers avail a Jazz from just £145 per month based on a three-year, zero-percent APR Representative.
On the same offer, a Civic customer can acquire a 1.4 i-VTEC SE for £199 per month or with the new class leading 1.6 i-DTEC engine for £229 a month. The new CR-V could also be availed starting from £259 a month on the same three-year zero-percent APR Representative with the 2.0 S 2WD variant available.
The all-new Honda Jazz strengthens the key attributes of its popular predecessor by providing better functionality, more powerful engines, and more interior space, all in a stylish and contemporary design.
At first glance, the new Honda Jazz’s exterior design is an evolution instead of a revolution. However, the subtle change in its appearance is but a very small part of the many changes that push the car forward. While the new Jazz retains the previous model’s concepts, as can be seen in the center fuel tank layout, in the Magic Seats that give it world-class interior flexibility, and in the cabin space that rivals mid-sized saloons, the car features change to every other aspect.
With these changes, the car raises the bar further and promises to expand on the success of the Jazz model in the supermini car segment (where Jazz has sold over two million units worldwide since its launch in 2001.)
Compared to the previous model, the new Jazz has a slightly larger body with a 'cab forward' style, bringing better visibility. This means that the Honda Jazz is even more spacious, with more rear legroom as well as more boot space. Meanwhile, the car’s new Magic Seats dive down in one easy action and a Double-Trunk boot feature found in the luggage bay now complements their versatility.
Moreover, the new Jazz showcases more advanced safety equipment, which includes Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure and active head restraints for the front seat. It also has larger wheels, a longer wheelbase, a wider track, and revised suspension, all contributing to greater agility while also enhancing riding comfort.