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Used Honda Jazz for Sale


Honda Jazz was first launched in 1982 and then revamped and released back to the market in Europe in 2002. Almost instantly, it was one of the best-sellers.


Essentially a supermini MPV, it offers the same nippy performance as your much-loved city car but has more space and extra versatility than the average supermini. That’s thanks to features such as the cinema-style rear seats which when flipped up give you an impressive 379-litres of boot space.


Honda Jazz is one of the most popular cars in the UK and it’s easy to see why, as it has a great selection of trims, including entry-level S, mid-range SE & SE Navi and top-spec Sport. It’s a reliable vehicle renowned for its space and low running costs. 


It’s also been awarded five stars by Euro NCAP for its safety and is equipped with a variety of driver convenience and passive safety systems that make it a good choice for those looking for a bit of added security and peace of mind. 

Used Honda Jazz Features

The interior is spacious both at the front and back, there's plenty of boot space too. It also has a well-known magic seat configuration, that makes it easier to carry your belongings. Jazz has all the bases covered with features, such as air conditioning, and connectivity with Bluetooth and digital radio.

Jazz designers have included many features to increase the visibility of the road and help be seen by others too. Not only this, but the build quality is impressive and has that fantastic Honda value. It comes in a variety of colours too, especially when buying second-hand, so it’s easy to customise Jazz to your liking. 

You will find used Honda Jazz models with both petrol and petrol-hybrid engines, so it is easy to find the best option for your commute. Whichever you go for you can be sure of nippy performance, light steering and a high driving position for a great view of the road ahead, making it ideal for navigating urban streets.

  • Interior

    The interior is spacious both at the front and back, there's plenty of boot space too. It also has a well-known magic seat configuration, that makes it easier to carry your belongings. Jazz has all the bases covered with features, such as air conditioning, and connectivity with Bluetooth and digital radio.

  • Exterior

    Jazz designers have included many features to increase the visibility of the road and help be seen by others too. Not only this, but the build quality is impressive and has that fantastic Honda value. It comes in a variety of colours too, especially when buying second-hand, so it’s easy to customise Jazz to your liking. 

  • Driving

    You will find used Honda Jazz models with both petrol and petrol-hybrid engines, so it is easy to find the best option for your commute. Whichever you go for you can be sure of nippy performance, light steering and a high driving position for a great view of the road ahead, making it ideal for navigating urban streets.

Your Car, Your Finance

Learn more about our used car finance offering and how we can help you get on the road for less.


Your Car, Your Finance

Learn more about our used car finance offering and how we can help you get on the road for less.


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Finance a Used Honda Jazz


As well as a selection of used Honda Jazz deals you will find flexible finance packages that can be tailored to your preferred term and deposit contribution. This helps to make getting behind the wheel of your dream car more affordable for your circumstances.


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Honda Jazz FAQ


Is Honda Jazz a good second-hand car?


It’s an excellent car and one of the best in the small car segment. Due to its relatively inexpensive insurance groups (12-15 depending on trim), you’ll get a pretty good deal, especially if buying a used Jazz. 


Which is better Honda Jazz or i20?


It depends on what you’re looking for, if space and reliability is a priority then a Honda Jazz could be the right car for your needs. Meanwhile, the i20 has excellent handling and is fun to drive. 


Is Honda Jazz expensive to maintain?


Honda Jazz isn’t expensive to maintain, mainly because the owners reported very few problems with it. The maintenance costs aren’t high, especially if you’re servicing it regularly and taking your car for an oil change at least every 12 months. 

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Representative Example

Cash Price£11,500
DepositNIL
47 Monthly payments£219.24
Amount to Finance£11,500
Total Interest Payable£2,459.28
GMFV£4,054
Total Amount Payable£14,757.28
Option fee (Included in TAP)£399
Term48 Months
Rate of Interest (Fixed)4.25%
APR9.3%
Miles per Annum6000
Excess Mileage Charge6.0p per mile

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