Compact cars – not the most exciting segment in the motoring world is it? If you agreed with that statement, you’d be overlooking the fact that there is currently more value for money than ever before in this highly competitive city car segment.
It’s a segment that appeals to a broad spectrum of buyers too – first car, second car, city runaround, a car for later in life when you’re downsizing, or simply a car for buyers on a budget looking to get the most metal for their dollar.
Compact car buyers have never had it so good, and this comparison is going to be a lot tougher than you might think.
We’ve got the vehicle that initially set the standard for the segment more than a decade ago (the 2017 Honda Jazz VTi-S), the more recent segment favourite and style leader (the 2017 Mazda 2 Maxx), and a new take on a traditional hot hatch favourite that was an aspirational hatch for a generation of Australians (the 2017 Suzuki Swift GL Nav).
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