At low speeds around town, the Jazz never really settles down. Its suspension reacts abruptly to cracks, potholes and broken surfaces. Body control is good over bigger bumps, though.
At speed, things are better, but expansion joints are still felt a little too sharply from the driver’s seat. Generally, the smaller the wheels, the better the Jazz deals with bumps. However, ultimately, it’s no match for a Ford Fiesta.