Those looking for a compact hybrid car without a plug can choose from several cars. Such as the hybrid versions of the Honda Jazz, the Mazda 2, the Renault Clio and the Toyota Yaris shown here. But which hybrid car should you have if you are looking for a spacious car?
Our compact hybrid quartet feels right at home in heavy traffic. With a length of 4.10 meters, the Honda Jazz is the longest test car, and at 1.80 m the Renault Clio is the widest. In short: dimensions that allow you to work well in tight parking garages. The fear that the compact external dimensions also lead to tight internal dimensions appears to be unfounded. The Honda Jazz in particular offers an unprecedented amount of space for a car in this segment.
“The Honda Jazz offers an unprecedented amount of space for a car in this segment.”
Two adults can comfortably sit on the back seat of the Honda Jazz. The high body almost makes you feel like you're in a bigger car Honda HR-V. The Mazda 2 and the Toyota Yaris, as identical twins, are also relatively high for a compact hatchback. The Renault Clio is 6 centimeters lower than the Yaris. However, you hardly lose any headroom. However, legroom is tight on the back seat of the Clio. But that also applies to the Yaris, and therefore also the Mazda 2.
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