Honda Jazz dimensions
Latest model: Honda Jazz hatchback (2008)
Length: 153.5 (in) = 3900 (mm)
Width: 66.7 (in) = 1695 (mm)
Height: 60 (in) = 1525 (mm)
Compare Honda Jazz dimensions to: Nissan Note, Toyota Yaris, Honda Fit, Hyundai Accent
Honda Jazz details:
There's obvious Civic DNA running via the look of the Honda Jazz, especially at the front where the grille is very alike. It has a more chic European exterior than the typically Japanese original Honda Jazz and features a neat tailgate and back lights. Its practical nature is best revealed at the sides, where despite the rakish nose, it's still quite boxy. It faces competition from the Vauxhall Meriva, Toyota Verso-s, Kia Venga and Hyundai ix20.
The Honda Jazz's 366 litre boot (883 with the seatings folded) gives a substantial amount away to the Nissan Note. Clever back seatings fold flat making loading big objects simple, and there's a low loading sill. With the seatings up there's an ingenious false floor that features a cubbyhole for smaller items and the floor can lift out completely. There are a lot of of cargo spaces in the cab two gloveboxes, a lot of of cupholders and a big room in front of the gear lever. The controls are all large, well laid out and clearly labelled; a rarity in modern vehicles. Head space is exceptional.
The Honda Jazz is available in four trims: S, SE, ES and EX. The S has all the basics, but you'll do without alloy wheels or air-con you'll need to step up to SE for those. ES adds ESP, helm-mounted stereo controls, body coloured handles and mirrors, electric retractable mirrors, a fully adjustable helm and the two-tier boot floor. The range-topping EX gets cruise control, glass roof, tinted glass, front fog lamps, arm rests and a USB socket.