Honda's new Jazz hits right notes 24 | 02 | 2011

    HONDA'S EVER-POPULAR little Jazz has entered Scottish dealerships in its new, latest generation guise, with a number of special offers just in time for the March registrations.

    Not only can customers benefit from three years’ complimentary servicing, but there's a range of competitive finance options to help drive down running costs on the new Jazz.
Those looking to purchase the entry level Jazz 1.2 S will be eligible for a £800 customer saving with prices now starting at £10,495. Customers upgrading to the 1.2 S (with A/C) will pay just £10,995 – representing a £1000 saving. The rest of the range, including the Hybrid, will benefit from Honda’s three years’ complimentary servicing. â€¨Another enticing offer is the popular 50/50 12 month finance plan available on Hybrid and 1.4-litre petrol models. On this plan, customers avoid monthly payments by paying half on collection and the other half a year later, with 0% APR.  The last time this offer last time it was available on the Jazz, 45% of customers took advantage of it.

    “Jazz is a much-loved car and the latest generation is well on course to build on that popularity," Dave Hodgetts, managing director of Honda (UK), said. "We have boosted the car’s appeal with the addition of the CVT transmission and introduction of leather upholstery, while retaining all the features customers loved about the outgoing model including Magic Seats and a huge boot.

    “The Hybrid variant shows how driving down emissions and running costs doesn’t mean a sacrifice in other areas — the car retains all the practicality that can be found in the petrol range. There’s simply no compromise.

    “The introductory offer will really help drive down the cost of new Jazz ownership. Customers purchasing the Hybrid will not only receive three years free servicing but they will also benefit from free road tax for the first year and only £10 a year thereafter.”

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