Honda Jazz hits the right notes

Honda Jazz hits the right notes

The Honda Jazz claimed a one-two in the Which? Car Supermini Best Buy category, with owners hailing the reliability of the vehicles.

The 2011 Jazz Hybrid finished top of the pile courtesy of its reliability, handling and storage options.

Tucked in behind the Hybrid in second place was the i-VTEC petrol Jazz variant, which impressed motorists with its style, performance and safety features.

Honda had another vehicle in the top 10 - the first generation Jazz, which was introduced in 2002. Reliability was again focused on by car owners.

Elsewhere in the 2013 Which? Car Survey, which saw almost 48,000 people give opinions on more than 57,000 cars, the Honda Insight was voted the Most Reliable Large Car and the CR-V was given a reliability score of more than 81% as it earned a place in the top five of the 4x4 and SUV table.

The Jazz comes in two i-VTEC petrol engines - a 1.2 and a 1.4 - and with Honda's hybrid IMA technology. Motorists can pick up the entry level 1.2 S for £11,695, but not before considering the cost ofcar insurance .

Copyright Press Association 2013