Honda has announced the official starting price of the new Jazz for the United Kingdom, where the model is going to be offered for sale locally in September.
According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the new Honda Jazz will be setting Brits back for 13,495 GBP. In the base S model, this will be offered with the City-Brake Active, helping drivers avoid low speed accidents, cruise control, speed limiter, air conditioning and automatic headlights, amongst others. For the mid-range variant, the Jazz SE, customers will have to pay at least 14,595 GBP. This version is adding the 15-inch alloy wheels, the heated side mirrors which are also electrically adjustable and the front and rear parking sensors.
If this still isn’t enough for you, than you can always turn your head towards the range-topping model, the so-called Honda Jazz EX. This has a starting price of 15,715 GBP and it is bringing goodies such as the 16-inch alloy wheels, the front fog lamps, the six-speaker audio system, the automatic climate control, the smart entry and start and so on. All examples of the Honda Jazz are taking their power from a 1.3 liter i-VTEC petrol engine, which is capable of putting down a total output of 101 HP and a peak torque of 123 Nm. This is connected to a 6-speed manual and it is returning 4.6 liters / 100 km of fuel while emitting 106 g/km of CO2.