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Residuals boost for new Honda Jazz

Honda has announced class-leading residual value predictions for the new Jazz supermini.

According to CAP, the new model will retain between 42% and 44% of its cost new after three years and 60,000 miles – ahead of rivals such as the Volkswagen Polo and Toyota Yaris, and also a significant uplift on the out-going Jazz.

Honda UK national leasing manager Lee Wheeler said: “Securing strong residuals and wholelife costs was critical.

"The uplift in RVs re-affirms the car’s position as a sector leader and will help achieve increased conquest sales through the corporate market.”

The Jazz is on sale now.

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