Honda introduces 2014 Jazz ES Plus for the British Market

2014 Jazz ES Plus Honda introduces 2014 Jazz ES Plus for the British Market

Honda had been lying low in the British market for a long time now. It has finally decided to enter the competition with a revamped version of their popular model – the Honda Jazz. The Jazz ES model has been replaced with the ES Plus model. Apart from the change in name, a lot of features and specifications have changed too.

The engine remains the same though. After the phenomenal reception of the fuel efficient 1.4 i-VTEC engine, Honda has decided to use the same in their new model and not tamper with it. The notable changes that were observed were 16” alloy wheels which add to the elegance of the car, cruise control which enables the driver to relinquish control of the car when on a highway, privacy glass, driver’s front armrest that allows the driver’s arm a much needed relaxation mechanism and leather wrapped steering wheel and gear stick which only add to the classiness of the car. Other equipment found in the predecessor have been retained in this new model.

Honda has kept the price at an all time low to lure more and more customers. The base model will be priced at £14,495 OTR. Apart from the pricing strategy, a number of finance options are also being offered to encourage customers to purchase the Jazz ES Plus. The value for money quotient has been given great importance as the customer is promised a series of benefits after purchasing the car. That includes four year servicing plan for £399 and up to £1,000 deposit contributions. The finance option is alluring too. Customers can own a Jazz from £145 per month based on a three year EMI plan and a 0 per cent APR Representative. Under the same finance offer, Honda Civic owners can purchase a 1.4 i-VTEC SE for £199 per month or with the new state of the art 1.6 i-DTEC engine for £229 a month.

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