Honda boost Jazz appeal with launch of ES Plus

Published 02 July 2013

Honda is hoping to boost the appeal of its British built Jazz with the launch of a new trim level, ES Plus. Available to buy now, ES Plus costs £14,495 and replaces the current ES trim with improved specifications. 

ES Plus will feature a number of improvements over the current ES trim, with 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, privacy glass and leather wrapped steering wheel fitted as standard. The extra kit will be in addition to the standard features of the ES, which also features climate control, steering wheel audio controls and iPod connectivity.

The Honda Jazz ES Plus will only be available with the 1.4 i-VTEC petrol engine, which can be specified with either a five-speed manual or automatic CVT transmission. The 1.4-litre engine offers 50.4mpg in manual form, with the CVT offering slightly better fuel economy at 52.3mpg.  

The entire Jazz range is also available with zero per cent finance, over three years, and up to £1000 deposit contributions, which means customers can drive away in a new Honda from £145 per month. The finance deal will be available from now until the 30 September. 


Add a comment


Value my car