Honda Jazz 2003 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Honda Jazz 2003 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Honda races to fix Takata airbag faults
Honda Australia is working around the clock to replace 600,000 potentially faulty airbags.Read More
Used Honda Jazz review: 2002-2014
Jazz is the smallest Honda model sold in Australia. Launched here in October 2002, the latest edition Jazz was introduced in 2014. It has caused quite a few of the older models to be traded in, so ...Read More
Long-lasting Honda Jazz
You made a good choice and the new Jazz looks to be back to the same standard.
Used Honda Jazz review: 2002-2012
Jazz is the smallest Honda sold in Australia and since its launch in October 2002 it has gained an excellent reputation for build quality and trouble free running. Style is also part of the equation ...Read More
Used Honda Jazz review: 2002-2009
Honda Jazz is the smallest model from the at-times quirky Japanese car maker that’s sold in Australia. Since its launch in October 2002 the Jazz has gained an excellent reputation for build quality ...Read More
Used Honda Jazz review: 2002-2008
Small cars demand a different approach than do their larger cousins in order to achieve an efficiency of packaging that delivers a level of comfort and everyday practicality for their owners.Honda's ...Read More
Jazzy paint job
An experienced painter suggests you have it cut-and-polished, which should restore the colour, and then polish every six to eight weeks with a good polish like Meguiar's Wet Look to maintain it. He also suggests that the reason the bumper and bonnet look better than the original factory paint is that the repairer simply did a better job than the factory did originally.
Used Honda Jazz review: 2002-2004
There was a time when you bought a small car only because you couldn’t afford a full sized one, but today we are capable of making smarter decisions and buy small mostly because it better suits our ...Read More
Help me, honda
YES, I do think this is unacceptable. It is common practice by car companies in situations like yours to offer to pay for the parts and sometimes part of the labour, but as your car has done only 43,000km I think Honda should cover the entire cost of the repair. For a gearbox to fail at such a low mileage is most unusual and you would suspect it is because of a manufacturing fault. Forget about the dealer, go straight to Honda and ask for a better deal.
Used Honda Jazz review: 2002-2005
MODEL WATCHThe Jazz presented small cars in a new way. It wasn't a downsized sedan or sedan-based hatch as had been the normal way of designing a small car.It was about the efficient use of interior ...Read More
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