The Honda Jazz has been named Britain's Best Used Supermini after receiving praise for its reliability, driveability and good resale values.
The Japanese manufacturer's pint-sized hatchback was described as safe and easy to drive and also complemented for its versatility and class-leading space in the annual Which? Car Survey.
The poll is the biggest of its type and takes into account a variety of factors including owner satisfaction, reliability and the car's score in the Which? Car road test and Richard Headland, the Cars Editor at Which?, said the Jazz was a worthy winner.
"Buyers looking for a nearly new supermini should make a beeline for the Jazz. Owners love its blend of class-leading interior space, smart looks and excellent reliability," he said.
"It's sought-after second-hand, so not the cheapest choice, but you'll also find buyers willing to pay good money when you come to sell it later."
The Jazz received lots of positive feedback from owners in the Which? survey, much as it did when it won the supermini category in the 2012 JD Power owner satisfaction survey for a remarkable ninth successive year.
Copyright Press Association 2012