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2008 honda jazz jazz-1.4i for sale in South Africa

2008 Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx View Car

White Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx, 98000 kms for sale in Western Cape

For R 95,900

2010 honda jazz jazz-1.4i for sale in South Africa

2010 Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx View Car

SILVER Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx, 43000 kms for sale in Gauteng

For R 119,900

2013 honda jazz jazz-1.4i for sale in South Africa

2013 Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx View Car

Silver Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx, 81896 kms for sale in Northern Province

For R 119,900

2009 honda jazz jazz-1.4i for sale in South Africa

2009 Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx View Car

Black Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx, 94466 kms for sale in Gauteng

For R 109,900

2010 honda jazz jazz-1.4i for sale in South Africa

2010 Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx View Car

Silver Honda Jazz 1.4I Lx, 51191 kms for sale in Gauteng

For R 118,995

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News for Honda

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2014 Honda Fit/Jazz Hybrid goes official »

These images are depicting the hybrid version which makes use of a new four-cylinder, 1.5-liter Atkinson-cycle engine working together with a high-output electric motor, lithium-ion battery and a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Thanks to this setup,...


HONDA BRIO SEDAN All the zip - and much more space! »

The four-door sedan retains the Brio's trademark bright and bold design language, linked to zippy performance, exceptional efficiency and compelling value. However, it adds the practicality of more interior space and a large luggage compartment to the suc...


Honda Civic Tourer Type S planned »

A sporty version of the Honda Civic Tourer is under consideration and would most likely wear the Type S badge if it gets the go-ahead for production....


Honda Re-Entering Formula 1 in 2015 as Engine, KERS Supplier to McLaren »



Honda finds solution that enables Steel and Aluminium to be joined »




Previewed at last year's Paris International Motor Show, the revised CR-Z boasts subtle updates to the exterior styling and the interior execution. At the same time, the power output of the hybrid drivetrain has been increased, while fuel efficiency and C...


Honda Crider Concept revealed at Auto Shanghai »

The Honda Crider Concept has been revealed this week at 2013 Auto Shanghai.

Looking pretty much production-ready, Crider ("Criteria" / "Dreams") will arrive in showrooms in May or June and will be slotted between Civic and Accord. Production will take ...


2015 Honda NSX goes up for order in the UK »

In a statement Honda UK's Managing Director, Phil Crossman, said "We are really pleased with the interest we've already seen for the new NSX. We are still two years away from the launch of the car and yet we've received over 20 deposits and that's before ...


Honda MPV Concept teased for Shanghai »

It's not clear exactly how much of the look and technology this one-off introduces will make its way to the next-generation Odyssey minivan that's specifically designed for sale in America....


Demand for new Honda NSX Strong »

A formal deposit system for the car, which is set to arrive in 2015, is expected to be started later this year, but the company has been forced to take orders in advance from eager buyers....


About Honda

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Those in the know say it is the smartest B-segment hatchback ever, and that it put the `super` into supermini.

Global sales to date are currently more than five million vehicles.

We`re talking about the original Honda Jazz of course and when it launched locally in April 2003 {having been unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in late 2001}, media raved about it. So too did the buying public, eagerly embracing a compact car which arrived with Honda`s proven reputation for quality and engineering excellence, and then made its own name by adding exceptional packaging. The Jazz was a game changer too, being one of the first cars in its class with dual airbags and ABS adding a new dimension to safety.

Honda`s Magic Seats, a versatile design with flexible rear seating configurations, allowed the seats to collapse flat in the rear of the vehicle providing unrivalled utility space. What made this possible was an unusually-shaped fuel tank, positioned under the front seats {rather than the back seat} and therefore out of the way, a secure location, as it was exceptionally well protected from all sides. Ask anyone who has owned a Jazz and they will rave about the van-like interior.

The Magic Seats, split 60:40 could also be folded upwards, with the squab clamped against the backrest. Dubbed `Tall Mode` this made it perfect on those occasions when you`re moving house and carrying pot plants - or anything else up to 1.28 metres tall.

Adding to the safety and interior space, exceptional handling, ride comfort, efficiency and reliability made it a winner. The Honda Jazz won a raft of awards around the world, including many where drivers were the voters.

Owners of the second generation Jazz, introduced in late 2008, reaped the benefits of a design focus which was unwavering. Arguably, no other car has remained closer to the ideal of being the perfect 21st century compact hatch than the Jazz. With its mono-box design, it moved subtly into a market position where it combined the attributes of a supermini with those of a mini-MPV.

The Magic Seats remained a feature and continued to evolve: It boasted simplified operation and the headrests didn`t need to be removed to fold the rear seats flat. Total load length was now an amazing 2.4 metres, which gave the interior unrivalled versatility and practicality. Needless to say, it retained the models reputation for reliability and quality.

With the Jazz`s 2011 facelift, Honda became the first local brand to offer a B-segment hybrid, thanks to the introduction of the Jazz 1.3 IMA {Integrated Motor Assist}. At the same time, the entire range also underwent an interior/exterior refresh, adding more storage solutions, better aerodynamics and improved steering feel. And just when people thought the Magic Seats couldn`t get any better, Honda added a recline function.

The third generation Jazz has recently been unveiled at the 2014 Paris Motor Show and South Africa is eagerly awaiting the introduction of this model in February 2015. The all new 2015 Honda Jazz retains the practicality, spaciousness and versatility of the now iconic magic seats with an enhanced exterior design and added safety aspects giving consumers a lot to look forward to.

`The first two generations of Jazz have been hugely successful here, and we expect the third one to continue that trend. Its reputation is peerless and the name Jazz has become synonymous with reliability, quality, and practicality. We expect its pool of loyal followers to grow steadily on the back of its inherent excellence.` Says Honda Motor Southern Africa`s Operations Director, Graham Eagle.

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