Honda UK has released pricing information for the all-new e:HEV hybrid powered Jazz and Jazz Crosstar models. 

Recommended prices for the Jazz e:HEV will begin at just £18,980 OTR for the SE grade, capable of returning in excess of 62mpg whilst emitting just 102g/KM, rising to £22,630 for the range topping Crosstar EX grade. All models feature an advanced two-motor hybrid powertrain as standard, ushering in exceptional ‘EV-like’ driving dynamics with advanced technology, increased efficiency and reduced running costs. 

The car will also be available on finance, starting at just £199.00 per month.

The e:HEV powertrain will introduce the efficiency benefits and performance of hybrid power to the mass market B segment, and accelerate Honda towards achieving its ambition of all European mainstream models featuring electrified powertrains by 2022.

The fourth-generation Jazz adopts a cleaner design than its predecessor, with simpler surfacing and crisper details. The new premium design will be available in a wide range of colours with Crystal Black being the default cost-free option.

Premium paint options, which will add £550 to the car’s OTR, include Platinum White, Shining Grey, Midnight Blue Beam, and the all-new Surf Blue tone. Premium+ options include ‘Premium Crystal Red’ and ‘Premium Sunlight White’ which will add £650 to the OTR.

Embodying its more rugged, crossover style the Crosstar will be exclusively available in two-tone combinations, with a gloss-black roof contrasting the expressive colour palettes.

Phil Webb, head of car at Honda UK, said: “We’re pleased to confirm the pricing for the all-new Honda Jazz and Jazz Crosstar models. Following on from the successful introduction of the all-electric Honda e, the electrified Jazz is designed to encourage those who might not be prepared to make the leap to a full electric drivetrain.

“The new Jazz is the embodiment of the brand’s commitment to a fully-electrified range and is another symbolic step towards our electric vision for 100% of European sales to be electrified by 2022.”

Deliveries are expected later this year.