Facelifted Honda Jazz Priced From £14,115 In The UK

Following its European debut at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, Honda’s updated Jazz will reach UK customers in February.

The £14,115 price tag refers to the entry-level S grade model, while the new Sport edition, with its new 130 PS 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine costs £17,115.

While base-grade S models are fitted as standard with air conditioning, cruiser control with speed limiter and dusk sensing automatic lights, mid-grade SE versions, priced from £15,615, add front and rear parking sensors, electrically adjustable and heated mirrors and 15″ wheels.

The top-spec EX model, priced from £17,115, gets smart entry and start, automatic climate control, reversing camera, 16″ alloys, front fog lamps and standard LED headlights.

As for the new Jazz Sport, it comes with a thinner front splitter beneath the lower grille, finished with a sporty red accent line (like the Civic Type R), LED headlights, front fog lamps, side sill skirts, a tailgate spoiler and gloss black 16″ alloys. Inside, it has a unique pinstripe pattern on the upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, both featuring orange stitching.

“The Jazz is our best-selling car in the UK and has been rejuvenated with the new Sport model, as well as the new interior and exterior styling,” said Honda UK exec, Phil Webb, before adding that the Jazz is a “very important model for us, with an extremely loyal following, so we look forward to seeing this success continue with the new line up and the addition of the Sport model.”

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  • rover10

    As much as Honda try, they can’t get back what they gave away with this model. The Jazz was always distinguishable in amongst the also rans, and had achieve an exclusivity with the previous well evolved design. As for this current model………………well?

  • ByeByeJazzInEurope

    Think Honda are losing it with this car….!
    For Europe, there are so many better small cars – like the Fiesta and Polo and Ibiza – the latter 2 as spacious and all with 1.0 turbo engines. And all better to drive, especially the Fiesta.

    Had Honda given this the 1.0 litre Turbo from the Civic (even in a mildly de-tuned form) it would have been much better. Alas only die-hard (elderly) Jazz fans would buy this in Europe. Only sales will tell and I am not optimistic.

  • Obsequious Lickspittle

    As I’ve asked for other cars, what the hell has sport” got to do with this car?
    They should have called it the Mums’ runabout instead.

  • emjayay

    A clever and space efficient design. Also unpleasant to drive or ride in. Face lifting isn’t going to address that, unfortunately. Also, anyone notice that the front seat passenger has about two inches less legroom than the driver?

  • Autoexperte

    a good car