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City car comparison : Mazda 2 v Volkswagen Polo v Toyota Yaris v Honda Jazz v Renault Clio

In the past few months, fresh technology once the reserve of expensive premium cars has made a final cascade to one of the most affordable classes – light hatchbacks. The ‘cascade effect’ is nothing new in the automotive industry, where advanced equipment starts only in the priciest cars and eventually filters down into cheaper models as years go by...

Honda Jazz v Volkswagen Polo : Comparison review

Not so long ago, buying a little car meant making big compromises. While some contenders had their strong suits, none could claim the all-round ability of those in the next class up despite costing just a few thousand dollars less. But before you head out and buy a Corolla, know this: the city car class of 2014 is growing up fast...

2015 Honda Jazz Review

Does the new Honda Jazz have what it takes to reclaim its glory?

2014 Honda Jazz Review

The third-generation Honda Jazz is gunning for the top.

Honda Jazz Hybrid Review

The Honda Jazz Hybrid is Australia's most affordable hybrid vehicle, but is it worth it?

Honda Jazz Review

The cheapest Honda Jazz is also the best one ... and one of the smartest light cars available...

Honda Jazz Review

The 2011 Honda Jazz is one of the more individual offerings in the highly competitive light car segment, and that's a great thing.

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...

2009 Light Car Comparison

2009 CarAdvice Light Hatch Comparison   Honda Jazz vs. Kia Rio vs. Toyota Yaris Models Tested: 2009 Honda Jazz VTi, 1.5-litre, automatic, five-door hatch - $21,490 2009 Kia Rio LX, 1.4-litre, automatic, five-door hatch - $16,990 2009 Toyota Yaris YRS, 1...

2009 Honda Jazz VTi-S Review

2009 Honda Jazz VTi-S Review & Road Test Who said life wasn't meant to be easy? Model Tested: 2009 Honda Jazz VTi-S 1.5 litre manual hatch - $21,590 (RRP) Options: Metallic paint $300 (Fitted – Cerulean Blue); Bluetooth $700; rear parking sensors $585 Economy, versatile design, ease of use, value for money Front leg room, rear blind spots, short service intervals, no ESC CarAdvice Rating: - words and photography by Rose Harris In a word, the Honda Jazz is ‘easy’...

2009 Honda Jazz Review

2009 Honda Jazz First Steer   Honda’s second generation of the cute but practical Jazz is certainly tuned in to the latest market trends in the Australian car buying market. -  David Twomey Echoing a common theme of car manufacturers these days the second generation Jazz has evolutionary styling and packaging that builds on the very successful first-generation car, which has sold more than 2...

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