The newly added grade features include 16-inch Chronos alloy wheels, a chrome sports front grille and rear spoiler, as well as embroidered carpet mats and Si branding on the boot lid and glove box.
“Customer feedback showed that younger Jazz owners were keen to stand out from the large number of other Jazz cars on the road. They preferred bigger wheels and enjoyed the additional stylish touches of the first generation Jazz Sport,” a company statement reads.
The Si grade is priced at an additional £870 over the 1.2 SE and 1.4 ES models, but offers nearly £2,000 worth of equipment. The Jazz Si is therefore priced at £12,835 on-the-road (for the 1.2-liter variant) and £13,510 on-the-road (for the 1.4-liter variant).
Both the 1.2 and 1.4 Si models launch with attractive PCP packages, offering an APR of 5.9 percent over three years with a 25 percent deposit, or for 7.4 percent over three years with a 10 percent deposit.