2010 Honda Jazz Si UK review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 24 March 2010 , 12:03:00 byVeronica

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Honda Jazz Si UK

Honda decided to introduce a new sporty Si grade, the Jazz, a model developed for the young drivers who want a spectacular car with enhanced looks and incredible styling. The Si option will be available across the Jazz model range. In 1.4-liter Jazz models, the Si sits mid-range, with specification over and above ES models. The Si is only available with a manual transmission. It wears 16-inch Chronos alloy wheels. A chrome sports front grille and rear spoiler add to the sporty look. The customers offered feedback and said they prefer bigger wheels and enjoyed the additional stylish touches of the first generation Jazz Sport. The Si grade combines sporty good looks with the fuel-sipping engine of the Jazz low running costs, low emissions, value for money specification and C-sector space and practicality. The Jazz won approximately 30 industry awards for reliability and customer satisfaction and so, it is one of the most celebrated models in the UK. The Si grade is priced at an additional GBP870 over the 1.2 SE and 1.4 ES models, but it offers almost GBP2.000 worth of extra equipment. The model will be available for purchase from the 1st of April 2010. Both the 1.2 and 1.4 Si models will be offered with PCP packages offering an APR of 5.9% over three years with 25% deposit. The Si grade was introduced for the first time in September 2009 on the Civic 5 door range, offering sportier looks for the futuristic family hatchback. Civic Si variants have color-coded bumpers, front fog lights and dark chrome door handles and fuel cap. The price for the Civic 1.4-liter Si starts at GBP16.495 and the 1.8-liter petrol and 2.2-liter diesel have a starting price of GBP17.595 and GBP19.070, respectively.