New Honda Jazz priced from £18,980

Published 03 March 2020

The new Honda Jazz is now available to order with prices starting from £18,980 - an increase of £3720 compared to its predecessor.

All models will be powered by a petrol-electric hybrid powertrain, capable of returning in excess of 62.0mpg while emitting 102g/km CO2, says Honda. Exact details are yet to be announced, but expect it to be a scaled-down version of the hybrid system used in the CR-V Hybrid.

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UK specifications are also yet to be confirmed, but the entry-level SE model starts at £18,980, raising to £20,180 for the mid-level SE trim. The top-spec EX costs £21,380.

As well as the standard Jazz, there's also a rugged crossover-inspired Jazz Crosstar model, similar to the Ford Fiesta Active. This tops the range, costing £23,580 in Crosstar EX grade.

Orders are now open with deliveries expected from spring 2020.


   on 7 March 2020

What a massive price increase, what possible justification is there for such a rise. New cars are getting unaffordable for the masses.

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