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New limited edition Honda Jazz Si

Published: July 3, 2012 | 9:42 am
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• Sporty upgrades for Honda’s popular supermini
• Available with interest-free finance
• Based on 1.4 ES version

The Honda Jazz range has a new addition in the form of the limited edition Jazz Si.

Based on the 1.4-litre ES manual model, it comes with a 98bhp petrol motor, which is enough to get it from 0-62mph in 11.5 seconds.

Due to CO2 emissions of 126g/km, the Jazz Si is costs £100 per annum in road tax, with the first year being free of charge. Fuel consumption is a competitive 51.4mpg.

The Si differs from the rest of the Jazz range thanks to its sporty body addenda. New front and rear bumpers and side skirts, as well as 16-inch alloys and tinted windows, give the car a more aggressive, purposeful look. Front fog lights and a smattering of Si badges complete the exterior makeover.

Honda Jazz hatchback

The revisions are more than skin deep, however. New dampers and a larger front anti-roll bar improve body control and straight line stability, while the electric power-steering system has been tweaked to give greater response and feedback.

The interior has also been changed to reflect the car’s more sporting persona. The steering wheel gets a coat of leather and the seats benefit from a two-tone black and silver colour scheme. Cruise control has also been fitted as standard.

Honda is offering the Jazz Si with interest free finance. The deal is based on a 27 per cent deposit, with payments of £149 per month over three years.

The Honda Jazz Si is available now for £14,550 on the road. A higher spec Si-T version is also available for £15,545, and includes SD card based sat-nav and Bluetooth connectivity.

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