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The Honda Jazz is the small car to beat for passenger and luggage space, and its unique and incredibly flexible rear seating only adds to its practicality. It’s not the most fun car in the class (that’s the Ford Fiesta) or the most comfortable riding (that’s the Peugeot 208), but with excellent visibility, it’s definitely easy to drive. Its hybrid power also makes it really cheap to fuel and combines with strong predicted resale values and good equipment levels to at least partially offset its rather high list prices.get the best price
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The Crosstar EX is essentially a more rugged version of the standard Jazz and features bolt-on roof rails, two-tone paint, a unique front grille design, elevated ride height and black plastic cladding around its wheel arches. The interior also benefits from water repellent fabric upholstery and an eight-speaker sound system with a subwoofer. It's very expensive, though, so we don't recommend it.
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The only engine you can have in your Jazz is a 1.5-litre petrol-electric hybrid. With a total output of 108bhp, 0-62mph takes a respectable 9.4sec, and it has enough poke for most situations. However, you do need to work it quite hard on the motorway, where it sounds a little coarse. Drive it sensibly, though, and it’ll average around 60mpg, with very low CO2 emissions to boot.
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