Honda Jazz (2015 -) Buying & Selling

Review by Adam Binnie on
Last Updated: 10 May 2016
The Honda Jazz has been around since 2002 during which time it has shifted more than 300,000 of them in the UK and won 70 European awards. It is quite a big deal, and one of Honda’s most important cars.

4 out of 5

Buying new

We think the manual 1.3-litre engine in SE trim is the best bet as it represents a good balance of value, performance and kit. A higher specification and decent finance options used to tempt new buyers should play out to the advantage of repeat customers too.

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3.5 out of 5

Buying used

A fearsome record for reliability means the Honda Jazz tends to hold on to its value, so don’t expect a bargain unless it’s done a lot of miles. Those with sat nav will be more desirable so it’s worth considering buying one without and sticking an aftermarket unit on the dashboard.

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4.5 out of 5


On the flip side of the above argument, you should have no problem selling on a Honda Jazz once you’ve finished with it. The new touch screen infotainment system will help you here as it brings the car right up to date in terms of look and functionality.