The Jazz’s quasi-MPV shape might not be to all tastes but it does allow for an incredibly roomy cabin. There’s enough space for five large adults to sit comfortably and even the boot is large. Still, things are not perfect on the inside. The thick A-pillars create a substantial blind spot and the small, fixed rear headrests are simply inadequate.<br/>The Jazz’s 90hp, 1.2-litre petrol engine doesn’t feel lively at low speeds but the 5-speed manual gearbox is nice-to-use and there’s fun to be had extending the engine. The CVT-equipped petrol-auto is nicer still and the standard-fit paddleshifters enhance the experience. You’ll have to contend with high noise levels on the 100hp, 1.5-litre diesel. The diesel engine does impress for its linear power delivery and economy, though. The Jazz feels sure-footed at all speeds and ride comfort is good for this class of car.
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