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Absolutely! And the press goes on about the Fiesta! With its reliability, the Jazz is one of the best cars in the supermini sector. Performance definitely can be better and for me, soft plastic would have been nice.
Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Front seats and their (lack of) comfort ...
« Last post by deecat on May 22, 2019, 10:05:33 PM »
 I  just hope  that the 1.5 sport seats are as comfortable as our MK1 sport seats have been over the last 13 years as I am picking one up on Friday!
Plenty of work for your local driving instructor  ;) ;) ;)

Definitely scope for refresher courses Ozzie ;)
I totally agree...I've had my 2009 EX iShift for 26 months now and driven more than 20,000 miles in comfort, economy and reliability.  I haven't noticed excessive road noise and the Hankooks I put on 15,000 miles ago look as if they'll be good for another year or so. Apart from consumables, I have enjoyed total reliability and other than oil, filters and wiper blades, I have bought a battery (original was eight years old) and brake pads. I get 52-mpg on a regular run from Barnsley to Cockermouth and around 40-mpg around town. I always try to use the best Shell petrol and enjoy everything about the car, including the unpopular ishift. Great little car...

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I agree with your conclusions, though if you rev the nuts off it, it will go.
Have had my 11 plate 1.4 Jazz for about a month now and have been reflecting on the owner experience.

It's so bloody easy to drive, especially around town.
The practicality of it is amazing.
It's well screwed together.
It does over 50 mpg.
I really like driving it, even though it couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding.

For me there are only two:

Road noise from the tyres, although I suppose that might improve depending on future tyre choice.
It's a bit sluggish.......but actually, that doesn't really bother me.

It's easy to see why so many of these have been sold, they really are a very good little car.

Plenty of work for your local driving instructor  ;) ;) ;)
Article from RAC about how failing to indicate properly can get you 9 points and £5000 fine.

Don't know what planet Emma Patterson is on though, in an article that says if you don't indicate you can be in big trouble she says “In some ways, an over eagerness to signal can be just as bad as failing to signal.”, so you are damned if you do and damned if you don't....!!

Emma Patterson, a UK motoring lawyer at Patterson Law, said drivers should always signal their intentions to other road users, including pedestrians.

“Failing to do so may mean a motorist falls below the threshold of being a careful, competent driver and they could be hit with a 'driving without due care and attention’ charge, or in rarer circumstances even 'dangerous driving’.”

She added: “In some ways, an over eagerness to signal can be just as bad as failing to signal.”
Honda Jazz Mk2 2008-2015 / LED Interior lights
« Last post by Steve1962 on May 22, 2019, 08:20:06 PM »
Just fitted some to my Jazz - dome light, two front map reading lights and the one in the boot - they give out a wide spread of bright light and I'm happy with the result.

These are the ones I got.

Honda Jazz Mk2 2008-2015 / Re: Centre Console Separate Box 83404- TFO
« Last post by Steve1962 on May 22, 2019, 08:16:37 PM »
Thanks to all for your suggestions..ended up with an easy son has a 61 plate Jazz and has given me the one from his car as he doesn't use it.

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