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2011 Honda Jazz GLi gets electronic stability control

Honda has just released the new 2011 Honda Jazz GLi in Australia. It now comes standard with electronic stability control, while side and curtain airbags are optional. ANCAP has tested the new car and has given it a five-star safety rating, but only when optioned with six airbags...

2011 Honda Jazz facelift revealed for the UK

Honda UK has revealed a facelifted version of its 2011 Honda Jazz city car, with a slightly remodeled face and engineering upgrades among the key changes. The new front bumper has been designed to give the Jazz both a fresh look and to reduce drag. Aerodynamic efficiency has increased marginally, with the Cd down from 0.336 to 0.330...

Honda Jazz, City, Civic & Accord Euro receive price cuts

Honda Australia has just announced a range of new savings that can be found on some of the current model Honda vehicles. Price cuts can be found on the Honda Jazz, Honda City, Honda Civic and Honda Accord Euro, where savings of up to $5300 are on offer. Manufacturer's list price changes are as follows (for non-metallic paint models only): Model Door Grade Trans...

Honda Jazz Hybrid coming to Paris (4.4L/100km)

The Honda Jazz is about to get all green with the a hybrid version set to see the light of day at the Paris Motorshow. The Honda Jazz Hybrid will join the light car market to fight against the Ford Fiesta ECOnetic and other ultra-fuel-efficient models set to pop up...

2010 Honda Jazz in funny new advertisements

Honda Australia's marketing and advertising departments have released a bunch of new ads designed to promote the room of the new Jazz in a humorous way. The ads mock some of the latest trends and stereotypes currently in fashion, such as bodybuilding, martial arts and hipster trends; 'How much Massive can you pack in a Jazz?', 'How much Ninja can you pack in a Jazz?' and 'How much Hipster can you pack in a Jazz?'...

2011 Honda Jazz Hybrid

Honda has recently confirmed that it will launch the upcoming Honda Jazz Hybrid at the Paris Auto Show in October. Honda has also released some details of the drivetrain, consisting of a 1.3-litre petrol engine combined with an electric motor. According to Autocar, the Honda Jazz Hybrid will share many of its foundations with the Honda Insight, including the 1...

Australian Honda Jazz commercial now aired in the Netherlands

Honda Australia's latest television commercial, dubbed 'Imagination', is now being used to promote Honda Jazz in the Netherlands. The result of a creative partnership between Honda Australia and Revolver Films' director Kris Moyers, the commercial was produced in collaboration with advertising agency 303...

Honda Jazz Vibe limited edition released

Honda have today announced a limited edition Jazz model to be known simply as 'Vibe'. Vibe is essentially an option package available on Honda Jazz GLi and Honda Jazz VTi models featuring 1.3- and 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engines respectively...

Honda Jazz named UK's most reliable used car

The Honda Jazz has been named as the UK’s most reliable car according to new research from insurance specialist, Warranty Direct. Data compiled from Warranty Direct’s 50,000 UK policies on four- to seven-year old cars shows that Jazz models were the most reliable in the survey period...

Honda Jazz begins UK production

The first European built Jazz has been driven off the production line at Honda’s factory in Swindon (UK), providing a boost to production volume and underlining the company’s long term commitment to its European operation. The five-door Jazz is one of Honda’s most successful cars in Europe, with over 70,000 sold in the region every year...

2009 Light Hatch Comparison

These light cars are no lightweights. Generally speaking, the word ‘light’ implies there’s something missing: less than the others; a lack thereof; insubstantial; skimping. It rarely invokes a sense of excitement - light beer, for example. As far as the ‘light car’ segment goes, my expectations are immediately managed (down), and I’m ready to be underwhelmed...