Honda has announced pricing for the refreshed 2018 Honda Jazz following its reveal at the Frankfurt motor show last year.
Starting at £14,115 for the entry level S grade and topping out at £17,155 for the new Sport and EX editions, the order books are already open and deliveries are expected to begin next month. PCP pricing has also been confirmed, with the Sport available for £199 a month on a 5.9 percent APR three-year agreement.
The engine lineup starts with a 100bhp 1.3 i-VTEC engine for the entry-level S model, and tops out with the 28bhp 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine in the Sport.
Each model in the lineup comes generously equipped, with the bas S model coming with air conditioning, cruise control with speed limiter and dusk sensing auto lights. The mid-range SE model (priced from £15,615) adds front and rear parking sensors, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors and 15-inch alloy wheels, while the range-topping EX comes with smart entry and start, automatic climate control, a reversing camera, 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps, and LED headlights all as standard.
The new Sport model adds a flurry of cosmetic enhancements too, including a thinner front splitter beneath the lower grille, and triple-strake diffuser to the rear bumper – both finished with a red accent line similar to the Civic Type R, LED headlights, front fog lamps, side sill skirts, a tailgate spoiler and gloss-black 16-inch alloy wheels are also fitted. The interior comes with a pinstripe pattern on the upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, all of which are enhanced by orange stitching.
The facelifted line-up also now includes Skyride Blue Metallic as a new colour option.
'The Jazz is our best-selling car in the UK and has been rejuvenated with the new Sport model, as well as the new interior and exterior styling,' said Phil Webb, head of car at Honda UK. 'The Jazz is a very important model for us, with an extremely loyal following, so we look forward to seeing this success continue with the new line up and the addition of the Sport model.'