New 2018 facelifted Honda Jazz on sale from £14,115

Updated Honda Jazz also features a new Sport model with 128bhp costing £17,155

Honda has announced pricing and specifications for its updated 2018 model year Jazz hatchback, with prices starting from £14,115.

That base price gets you the entry-level S grade, fitted with the same 101bhp 1.3-litre four-cylinder petrol engine as last year’s model. Air conditioning, cruise control and automatic lights are equipped as standard. SE trim can be specified for £15,615 and features 15-inch alloy wheels, heated door mirrors and front and rear parking sensors. 

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Topping the standard Jazz range at £17,115 is the EX trim level. It features smart entry, climate control and a reversing camera, along with 16-inch alloys, front fog lamps and LED headlights.

Additionally, the refreshed Jazz with a new Sport model, starting at £17,155. A £40 premium over the Jazz EX, the Jazz Sport is based on SE trim but benefits from a new 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, producing 128bhp. Honda has not yet revealed any performance figures, but it’ll be mated to a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, with a CVT automatic on the options list.  With the latter fitted, it returns 52.3mpg combined and emits 124g/km of CO2.

The Jazz Sport gets a front splitter and rear diffuser finished with Civic Type R-inspired red accents, front fog lamps, new side skirts, a hatch lid spoiler, and gloss black 16-inch alloy wheels. LED headlights are also thrown in.

Inside the Jazz Sport gets unique orange pinstripe detailing on the seats, contrasting orange stitching dotted around the cabin, plus a leather trimmed steering wheel and gear knob.

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