Our latest long-termer is the 2016 Honda Jazz VTi-S. Why did we choose it?Read the full review
|LIST PRICE||Fr $19,790|
The base $15,990 drive-away Honda Jazz VTi variant is the version that makes the most sense. If you want reliable, roomy and unpretentious motoring that will cost you next to nothing, then this is your next car.
We love the Honda Jazz for the unbelievable practicality that it brings to the segment, but at this price point, it doesn't make a lot of sense.
So that’s it – goodbye, farewell, and we’ll miss you to the 2016 Honda Jazz VTi-S. It has been an ideal city car, a perfectly practical runabout that served its time with our staff without hassle, with plenty of colour and fun. Plenty of the CarAdvice team spent time with the Jazz, whether it was just running home and back, or out to meetings, or taking it away for the weekend – it saw plenty of love during its time with us...
We already know that the 2016 Honda Jazz VTi is designed for the city - so how does it handle the open road? We took it on the highway and over country back roads to find out.
The 2016 Honda Jazz VTi-S is a city car by all measures - it's small, nimble and clever. So how does it handle the cut and thrust of urban driving? Read on to find out.
The 2016 Honda Jazz VTi-S is, by far, the most practical light hatchback on the market. We explored the practicality on offer by way of its clever Magic Seats.
The 2016 Honda Jazz VTi-S was one of the first city cars to get a standard touchscreen media system with rear-view camera. Has it stood up to the test of time?
Our latest long-termer is the 2016 Honda Jazz VTi-S. Why did we choose it?
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