New Honda Jazz ES Plus

2 Jul, 2013 5:37pm Jonathan Burn

Honda has introduced the new Jazz ES Plus to the range and offers more kit as standard

Honda is hoping to enhance the appeal of the British-built Jazz with the introduction the new ES Plus model. It replaces the old ES Jazz and boasts a host of extra features fitted as standard. The new kit consists of 16-inch alloys, cruise control, privacy glass, a driver’s armrest and leather wrapped steering wheel and gear stick.

All the additional kit comes on top of what was previously offered in the ES variant, including iPod connectivity, climate control and steering wheel mounted controls. Combined with the 50mpg 1.4-litre i-VTEC engine, the Jazz ES Plus starts from just £14,495.

Honda is also offering customers a zero per cent finance package based on a three year deal. Potential buyers can drive away a brand new Honda Jazz from only £145 per month.

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I think you are wide of the mark. The Jazz has been (and still is) a strong selling car for Honda, and remains competitive in the supermini class. To me it sounds like they are throwing a bit more equipment at a model that is nearing the end of its life cycle, since a new Jazz is due next year, but that's hardly unusual practice in the car industry, is it?

"Gear stick" AE? Gear lever please. You will be referring to "train stations" next.