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The EX has become the Advance in the new facelifted range. The brochure should be available on the Honda website from Monday 3rd April AFAIK. Base price has increased £2,245.
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Honda Jazz Mk4 2020 - / Re: NEW CAR: CRV, HRV or Jazz Crosstar?
« Last post by Jazzfan49 on Today at 09:46:02 PM »
Just going to be a bit disloyal for a moment. The Toyota garage near me has a number of the Toyota Yaris Hybrids in SUV form (if that makes sense). Not sure what it's called but they look a lot bigger than the normal Yaris and have that SUV ride height.

Worth a look alongside the Honda's? The Toyota hybrid system is known to be very reliable.

That would be the Yaris Cross, they look bigger than they actually are. They have a good size boot, bigger than the standard Yaris and bigger than any Jazz.

The Yaris Cross although a good car is cramped in the back and the doors donít open as wide as the Jazz / Crosstar   ;D
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Ah Renaults yes I remember those, brand new Clio followed by brand new Meganne followed by brand new Scenic, got fed up paying out hundreds for dodgy coil packs after the warranties ran out, the Scenic had 4 sets and the guy I sold it to had to pay out for many more, the cure for unreliability was to buy my first Honda Jazz and my second arrives next week dire plastic wheel spinners and all, IMHO FWIW I donít think they are the most attractive wheels but not as nasty as those on the pre facelift MG ZS EV.  :P :o
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Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / Re: Nurburgring Success!
« Last post by Marco1979 on Today at 09:07:52 PM »
Cool! Nice to see how even 77 hp can provide for so much fun.
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Honda Jazz Mk1 2002-2008 / Nurburgring Success!
« Last post by Tim M on Today at 08:07:50 PM »
Some may say a Jazz is not a car for the Nurburgring...but we found it an excellent to teach a young'n how to navigate the 13 miles of corners!

And still 30 mpg (US) on the go!

Love this car!

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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - 2020 / Not the tailgate after all
« Last post by ColinB on Today at 08:01:10 PM »
Been in to the dealer today. £50 to diagnose the problem, which turns out to be one of the rear sensors has failed. Cost of replacing that is around £200, and the nearest spare is apparently in Belgium. Arguably one could do without the system, but it is quite useful and a continually pinging alarm is an unwelcome distraction when driving. So thatís another visit after Easter.
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I find it strange that the word dire is used without any explanation whatsoever why that view is held, Iíve found nothing negative about it in the month that Iíve owned one, my experience has been 100% positive.
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Honda Jazz Mk4 2020 - / Re: NEW CAR: CRV, HRV or Jazz Crosstar?
« Last post by Pine on Today at 07:10:30 PM »
Just going to be a bit disloyal for a moment. The Toyota garage near me has a number of the Toyota Yaris Hybrids in SUV form (if that makes sense). Not sure what it's called but they look a lot bigger than the normal Yaris and have that SUV ride height.

Worth a look alongside the Honda's? The Toyota hybrid system is known to be very reliable.

That would be the Yaris Cross, they look bigger than they actually are. They have a good size boot, bigger than the standard Yaris and bigger than any Jazz.
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Usually it's the "Gong of impending Doom" means if you choose drive under an overpass on the motorway an 18 wheeler above will do a dive.. to you.

Besides that just do a quick glance to the dash and the tiny infoscreen. At me it usually tells that the temp has dropped to 3 deg C and is a warning for icy roads... (GONG!!!!)

(And fo shu stop use "all seasons" tires.. it might "gong" for that too...)

 8)
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