All you need to know about the 2019 Honda Jazz

Added: 01 November 2018

Honda’s most practical small car now comes with plenty of useful features and a stylish finish that’s worthy of its name. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 Honda Jazz.


The newest Honda Jazz comes in eight stylish colours, from updated classics such as white orchid pearl and crystal black pearl to eye-catching shades such as sunset orange and milano red. The refreshed paintwork is complemented by 16 inch alloy wheels and the sporty touches on the sleek side lines and lower grille.

Despite its small size, the Honda Jazz also boasts a bigger boot than most of its rivals and maintains its practical credentials. With 1,314 litres of extended boot space, there’s enough room to load up quickly and get going.


Don’t be deceived by the Honda Jazz’s compact exterior; the interior is surprisingly spacious. Its clever dimensions have been designed to give all passengers plenty of space and comfort, with exceptional head- and legroom for everyone.

The adaptable Magic Seats, which can folded down or tipped up to quickly make more space, are one of the Jazz’s winning features. Whether you need to make more space for luggage or people, the Honda Jazz offers maximum flexibility so you can configure the interior to suit your lifestyle.

The interior of the Honda Jazz is just as impressive in its design as it is in its practicality. The premium feel of the fascia and controls is matched by the stitching of the seats and interior design. In the Jazz Sport, a unique pinstripe and orange stitching sets it apart even more.


The new Honda Jazz comes with a choice of two engines and two transmissions. The i-VTEC 1.3-litre and 1.5-litre engines are available with a precise 6-speed manual gearbox or an advanced 7-speed Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). Both offer exceptional performance, with the CVT providing even greater fuel efficiency and lower emissions.

Both transmissions are complemented by the Honda Jazz’s Idle Stop feature. Whenever the car is idle - for example, while waiting for the traffic lights to change - the Idle Stop feature temporarily cuts the engine to save fuel, restarting when your foot hits the accelerator again.


Named the safest supermini by safety organisation Euro NCAP, you can be sure the Honda Jazz takes safety seriously.

The Jazz’s exceptional safety features include Forward Collision Warning, which warns the driver of potential collisions with both audible and visual signals, and a Deflation Warning System, which monitors the tyre pressure and alerts you of any problems. The Advanced Driver Assistance System also includes features such as Lane Departure Warning and the City-Brake Active System to keep you and your passengers safe at all times.

When it comes to the unpredictable British weather, the Honda Jazz has all driving conditions covered. When it’s raining outside, the rain sensing wipers switch on automatically and adjust according to the rain level. When it’s foggy or visibility is restricted, the high beam support system automatically switches between high and low beam. And when the low light sensor is activated, the headlights will switch on automatically.

The Honda Jazz is one of the most popular small cars around for good reason. Visit our Honda dealership in Aylesbury to take a test drive or find out more about our range of new and used Honda cars.

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