Does it represent good value for the price? What features does it come with?
The basic car in the three-tier range is the VTi. If you're happy to change gears yourself, you can get your backside into a Jazz for just $14,990. There aren't many cars cheaper than that, and there are fewer still that are worth buying, and none that come with solid, Honda engineering.
The modest specification includes 15-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, a four-speaker stereo with Bluetooth and USB, air-conditioning, power windows and mirrors, reversing camera, remote central locking, LED headlights, rear parking sensors with dash display and a space-saver spare.
You can see a couple of surprise and delight features there - LED headlights at this level are practically unheard of.
The four-speaker stereo is tinny but otherwise fine. The small touchscreen is reasonably snappy but the underlying software is a bit of a lame duck - it looks really old. Much like its compatriots at Toyota, Honda's head unit looks like an off-the-shelf job, with the USB port hidden under an ugly cover. It's a bit low-rent in an otherwise excellent cabin.