Honda Jazz 2010 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Honda Jazz 2010 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: 2008-2012
The Jazz arrived here in 2002 and quickly won fans with its easy driving nature and roomy and flexible cabin.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
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 city cars review: 2005-2011
IT wasn't too long ago that the cheapest class of new car was something of a driveaway then chuckaway choice.Hyundai's Excel was a game-changing device that appealed not so much for its compact, ...Read More
Used Honda Jazz review: 2008-2010
Being green is easier than you might think; you don't have to buy an expensive hybrid or oil-burner as some people would have you believe.A smaller car, one with a smaller petrol engine, will do the ...Read More
2010 Honda Jazz interior issues
Your only course of action at this stage is to pursue Honda until the company does what it has said it would do. But for backup in case things don't go according to plan keep careful records of every discussion you have with your dealer/Honda so you have all of the relevant information about your dealings on the problem to use as ammunition should things go sour. At the end of the day you could resort to the laws relating to consumer affairs to push your case, and the more information you have supporting your case the better.
Heating control in Honda Jazz
All cars today are fitted with air-conditioning and there's an assumption that owners will use it, and use it all the time regardless of the outside temperature. As a result there is less emphasis placed on making sure the ventilation system is effective for those few people who prefer to get their air that way. The air coming through the air-conditioning system is as fresh as that coming through the ventilation system if you switch the a/c over to outside air, and if you set the temperature to around the ambient the load of the system won't be overly high and won't affect your fuel economy too much. Other than that there's not much you can do.
Gen-Y buyers guide
Raised in the digital age, they expect to have 24/7 accessibility to their friends and family as well as the must-have iPods and internet savvy smart phones. Their needs also extend to their cars. ...Read More