What's the used Honda Logo hatchback like?
The Honda Logo was released in this country purely so that British buyers could get used to the idea of a Honda supermini in advance of the Jazz's arrival in 2002.
As such, the car was only on sale in the UK for a little over a year, and Honda was lucky that it didn't scare off buyers for good. Designed and built for the Japanese market, it is woeful compared with European rivals. Honda only sold a few thousand, so these days, Logos are extremely rare.
On the plus side, it's well equipped, but that's about it for good news. The build quality is nowhere near Honda's usual standard, the cabin is dated, uncomfortable and cramped, and it feels cheap. Doors shut with a nasty clang.
It's awful to drive, too. The handling is terrible, the ride abysmal and it's noisy in almost any situation. It was just as well for Honda that its next bash at a supermini was much better.