The Jazz is known as the Honda Fit in other markets - such as the USA, Japan, China, Sri Lanka and Taiwan. The Honda Jazz is currently in its third generation and has sold over 6 million units globally to date. It has also been recognised with a number of awards, including Japan Car of the Year, Top Gear Survey Best Small Car and IGN Best B-segment award.
The Toyo Proxes CF2 is a tyre which provides you with high levels of safety, durability and comfort.
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The Avon ZV7 is a high performance car tyre, designed to keep you moving in tough and varied weather conditions.
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The Michelin Energy Saver + was designed to boost the fuel efficiency of the Energy Saver range.
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Developed to ensure shorter braking distances on wet and dry roads.
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Only on a Honda Jazz but it's driven hard never had a problem considering I live in Scotland plenty of wet weather.
Well - though our use of the car is much less frequent than usual, just now. The grip, wet or dry, is noticeably good, offsetting the Jazz understeer to a helpful extent. The Avons are noisier that the Good Years, however. Fuel consumption is little different, on short and long runs.
OK so far, however I had to go back to the garage with a slow puncture, as the wheel rim was corroded
I won’t be buying these tyres again. They’ve no grip on wet roads and I’m dreading what they’ll be like on the icy roads. I’ll be changing them as soon as I can. I won’t be recommending them to anyone.