Honda Jazz hatchback (2015-2020) - Interior & comfort
The Honda Jazz’s interior is well laid out and spacious
This generation of Jazz has lots of extra soundproofing compared to its predecessor, so it's quieter on the move, while the suspension has been redesigned to be more comfortable than before, too.
Honda Jazz dashboard
Like the larger HR-V, the Jazz boasts a dashboard designed to be clear and easy to use. It's a bit simpler than you'll find in the SUV, however.
Some of the plastics down at leg or knee height feel a little low-rent and could scuff if you knock your feet against them, but it's mostly well built. The Volkswagen Polo is a better option if you value an upmarket cabin.
The Jazz comes in two specification levels: S and SE. The entry-level model has air-conditioning, cruise control and automatic headlights. It also has Honda's active city brake safety kit, which applies the brakes at low speeds if you're about to collide with the car in front.
The SE model is equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, all-round parking sensors, electric door mirrors and 15-inch alloy wheels. Honda's Driver Assistance safety pack is included, too.
The Jazz has a host of paint colour options, including a bright gloss yellow and metallic orange. Also available is the ability to fold the front passenger seat completely flat, allowing you to carry very long objects.