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My 2002 base man­ual Honda Jazz — it’s red but turn­ing pink, un­for­tu­nately — will not die. It’s now at 425,000km with the orig­i­nal clutch and en­gine un­touched and it seems to run as new. It’s ser­viced at lo­cal servo and the only non-run­ning costs are wheel bear­ings a long time ago un­der war­ranty and, re­cently, brake and clutch master cylin­ders. And these, in view of the dis­tance cov­ered, could be re­garded as run­ning costs. I can’t com­plain. Graeme Paton, email Your Jazz is one of the many rea­sons why Honda cars have such a great fol­low­ing to­day.

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