And if you want a spare wheel, you have to pay extra for it.
From October 2009, this new Jazz has been built at Swindon alongside Honda Civics (where, intriguingly, it is also assembled as a 120bhp 1.5 with a five-speed torque converter automatic for the South African market – a model for which many British Jazz fans would give their left feet).
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Lift up the rear seat squabs and instead of petrol there is space in the centre of the car for pot plants, bicycles, wheelchairs and small children to get changed standing up.
It sits the driver and passenger on the fuel tank, and leaves floor space where the tank would normally be.
The ride quality and steering were never brilliant – the original Jazz was never a car you wanted to extend for the fun of it.
Maintenance can get expensive as the cars get older; rear door seals leak, wheel bearings fail.
Though much smaller than my Citroën Xantia, the Jazz's load-carrying space is bigger and more convenient. The CVT automatic gearbox in my current Jazz is superb, so smooth you can hardly tell when it changes gear.
But the new Jazz has one of these semi-automatic i-Shift gearboxes.