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Solid - Crystal black
Crystal Black is the only no-cost colour option for the Honda Jazz, and it doesn’t really push the boat out as far as eye-catching visual appeal is concerned. Still, it’ll be a safe bet as far as residual values are concerned, but being a black car it’ll inevitably be a bit of a pain to keep looking clean in winter months, too.
Premium paint - Fjord mist
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Premium paint - Midnight blue beam
This classy shade of deep Midnight Blue Beam injects an appealing amount of colour into the Jazz’s otherwise fairly nondescript styling. It’s not quite as conservative as the classic colours of grey, silver or white, but as blue cars tend to perform well as far as residual values are concerned you shouldn’t have too hard a time finding a buyer when the time to sell comes around.
Premium paint - Platinum white
With a smart-looking pearl-effect finish, this striking shade of white looks fantastic on a bright, sunny day. That said, it will show up plenty of dirt and road grime when the weather takes a turn for the worse, so you might find that it’s a bit of a pain to keep looking clean and shiny. Still, it’ll most likely prove a popular choice on the used market.
Premium paint - Urban grey
Premium plus paint - Crystal red
This dashing shade of Crystal Red is one of the pricier colour options you can choose, and you can’t select it on the entry-level SE model. Still, it’s a vibrant colour that really catches the eye, injecting the Jazz with a much-needed dose of character. Owing to the Honda’s fairly plain styling, it doesn’t leave the hatchback looking particularly sporty, but it’s certainly one of the more interesting colour options you can go for.
Premium plus paint - Sunlight white
Sunlight White is another of the Honda Jazz’s pricier optional colours, and as with Crystal Red it’s not available on the entry-level SE models. White cars can often look a bit dull, but thanks to the rich pearl-effect finish, this colour does look properly smart in the sunshine. If you like a clean car, however, you’ll have your work cut out for you come winter time.