When the Honda Jazz was first introduced to the market just over a decade ago, it was a runaway success, thanks its highly practical interior unmatched by any of its hatchback rivals in the B-segment.
That explains why the following generation evolved so mildly — it was simply “if ain’t broke, don’t fix it” for Honda. So it’s a no-brainer that the third-generation model, as tested here this week, should remain the most functional car in its class again.
The Jazz certainly is — and has now moved even further away from its competition.
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