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I opted for the spare wheel from the Honda dealer for my 2018 Jazz. You do get a space saver. The tools to change the wheel over and you get to keep the inflation pump and tyre repair kit. All of it fits into the correct new shape piece of foam. It was 250 but I hope to have the car for around 10 years use so I decided it was worth getting the official one. The boot carpet ends up been nice and level.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: New owners.
« Last post by andruec on Today at 04:03:20 PM »
Got to over 1000 miles today in my new Jazz in just over 2 weeks.. it will be *much* less mileage normally (just wanted to drive new car etc) but I will use it way more than mk1 to travel around UK for trips. CVT, cruise control and interior comfort makes a huge difference.

Dare I say im happy with my new car .... I went for another early morning drive today with the car finally all setup how I want and now im more or less used to the mk3 + cvt *driving characteristics* and all dash controls .. Ill give it a first wash on Monday  8)

60 mpg on longer runs and 44-50 mixed driving... now please no issues ever ...   ;)
Hopefully none for you. To be fair the issues I've had have never interfered with me driving it (although having the electric door mirrors start swivelling back and forth was distracting). It's just that I do expect perfection from Honda based on the last 15 years of ownership of several models and it bothers me that their standards seem to have slipped.

It is a nice car to drive - with the possible minor exception of that Atkinson/Otto switch over which they might have fixed in the face lifted version.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: New owners.
« Last post by JazzyJJ on Today at 02:27:27 PM »
Got to over 1000 miles today in my new Jazz in just over 2 weeks.. it will be *much* less mileage normally (just wanted to drive new car etc) but I will use it way more than mk1 to travel around UK for trips. CVT, cruise control and modern interior / comfort makes a huge difference.

Dare I say im happy with my new car .... I went for another early morning drive today with the car finally all setup how I want and now im more or less used to the mk3 + cvt *driving characteristics* and all dash controls .. Ill give it a first wash on Monday  8)

60 mpg on longer runs and 44-50 mixed driving... now please no issues ever ...   ;)

Edit : also love keyless ... I still sometimes reach for my key when approaching the car ... old habits.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Mk2 cvt verses mk3
« Last post by Skyrider on Today at 01:59:00 PM »
I havent used sport mode at all apart from a couple of times and not sure I needed too then. Im curious to try it all the time in sport mode for a 50 miles mixed and see what mpg etc I get - and if its actually anymore snappy and not just revving.

One of the joys of a new car, exploring its capabilities!
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Mk2 cvt verses mk3
« Last post by JazzyJJ on Today at 01:48:49 PM »
I havent used sport mode at all apart from a couple of times and not sure I needed too then. Im curious to try it all the time in sport mode for a 50 miles mixed and see what mpg etc I get - and if its actually anymore snappy and not just revving.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Mk2 cvt verses mk3
« Last post by Skyrider on Today at 01:46:54 PM »
You have to use the paddles to " change gear" yourself in Sport mode, otherwise it is just like Drive with higher engine revs for a more lively response to the accelerator. To get back to auto in Sport mode you hold the ""up" paddle for a few seconds.

Sorry sky i just asked about this in another post many thanks you have answered the question so whats it like in sport mode when you have put it into auto as you could leave it this way all the time or do you on restarting have to hold the up paddle again and how do you return it back to paddle shift.

The CVT will always be in auto mode untill you use a paddle I am not sure but I think it will revert to auto if you stop and then move off. I see the paddles as a bit of a toy, they are of little use 99% of the time. The CVT is an auto transmission, that is what it does best. Leaving it in Sport permanently would just use more fuel, for most driving the CVT is more than adequate in Drive with the 1.5 engine.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: New owners.
« Last post by Skyrider on Today at 01:40:18 PM »
It's an overpriced VW. :-)
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Mk2 cvt verses mk3
« Last post by daveyboy on Today at 01:38:26 PM »
You have to use the paddles to " change gear" yourself in Sport mode, otherwise it is just like Drive with higher engine revs for a more lively response to the accelerator. To get back to auto in Sport mode you hold the ""up" paddle for a few seconds.

Sorry sky i just asked about this in another post many thanks you have answered the question so whats it like in sport mode when you have put it into auto as you could leave it this way all the time or do you on restarting have to hold the up paddle again and how do you return it back to paddle shift.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: New owners.
« Last post by daveyboy on Today at 01:34:08 PM »
Due to the fun of sport mode in the seat leon i had and the slouch it felt in other modes i had it in sport all the time and mpg was still great, i wanted to know if in sport mode it still can be left to change for you.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: New owners.
« Last post by andruec on Today at 01:24:55 PM »
How to produce Hydrogen.

Maybe one day it will be a clean fuel, but not yet :-/
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