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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.When the car was launched in 2002, Honda fitted a 1,339cc chain-cam direct-injected petrol engine that proved to be as economical as a diesel, and offered the option of a seven-ratio continuously variable transmission (CVT) that can be treated as a simple "press and go" automatic.Unsurprisingly, the car caught on in Britain in a somewhat older market than in other parts of the world such as Thailand, where it is seen as a trendy young person's car and there is even a magazine devoted to outrageously customised Jazzes with 19in wheels, powerful sound systems and even gull-wing doors.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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