Honda Jazz 2018 review
Honda gave its Jazz range a little tweak in late 2017 to hand us the MY18 Honda Jazz. Some features were lost, and a few gained in an effort to keep up with the very fine Mazda2.
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The 85TSI Comfortline marks the second and highest rung on the Polo ladder (for now), wearing a $19,490 price tag for the six-speed manual ($21,490 drive-away) or $21,990 for the seven-speed dual-clutch auto ($23,990 drive-away).
It builds on the equipment of the entry-level Trendline, adding 15-inch alloys, auto headlights, rain-sensing wipers, chrome highlights and better quality cloth seat trim in the cabin.
It squeezes more power out of the little 1.0-litre engine, too, with the three-cylinder unit now producing 85kW at 5000rpm and 200Nm at 2000rpm - enough for a sprint from 0-100km/h in 9.5 seconds.
An optional 'Driver Assistance Package' ($1400) adds VW’s manoeuvre braking system to the Polo, which combines with the rear parking sensors to act as AEB in reverse when you’re parking, along with adaptive cruise, blind-spot monitoring, rear-traffic alert and Park Assist.
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