Not surprisingly, in terms of infotainment, entry-level S models are the most basic in the Jazz range. Even so, they have a colour screen controlled by two rotary dials, and with surrounding shortcut buttons. Bluetooth, a DAB radio, Aux and USB connections, four speakers and a multi-function steering wheel are standard.
Spending a little extra on SE trim – which we’d recommend you do – brings a larger, more advanced 7.0in touchscreen system with a CD player and an additional USB connection. This system allows greater integration of your smartphone and supports certain apps on the screen, but not Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Sat-nav is optional on all but entry-level S models.
It’s an improvement, but the 7.0in system still lags some way behind rivals. The graphics are a bit fuzzy and dated, it’s not particularly responsive and some of the menus can be confusing. The Volkswagen Polo and Seat Ibiza are still the best for infotainment in this class, and even the Ford Fiesta trumps the Jazz in this area.