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For people who are looking for a sporty vehicle with hybrid drive, buying a Honda CR-Z for sale is such a smart choice for them. To know why we say that, let’s take a closer look at the detailed review below:
Honda CR-Z: A Car With Stylish Design And Decent Interior
We've summarized all the information including Honda CR-Z interior and exterior, Honda CR-Z engine and performance, Honda CR-Z price,... below. Reading it carefully will help you make a better decision when buying a used Honda CR-Z for sale.
The Honda CR-Z is a sport compact hybrid electric vehicle designed and manufactured by Honda. The car was launched as a sport hybrid coupe and sold in many markets including Japan, Europe, North America, South Africa, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Australia, ...
It is well-known as a great successor to the 2nd generation Honda CR-X in both name and design. It is also the third gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle produced by Honda (after the 2000–2006 Honda Insight and 2003–2005 Honda Civic Hybrid) which can be fitted with a manual transmission.
Production of the CR-Z started in 2010 and ceased in 2016 to make room for the Honda Clarity and Accord Hybrid.
- Stunning exterior look
- Nice and comfortable interior design
- Decent fuel economy
- Affordable price
Awards and recognition
- The Car of the Year in 2010 and 2011
- 2010 Green Car of the Year awarded by Motoring UK
- 2010 Good Design Award from the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization
- 2011 Wheels Car of the Year
- Most Economical & Environment Friendly Sports hybrid in the 2010 RAC Brighton to London Future Car Challenge
- Selected by Mother Earth News among the "Best Green Cars" of 2011.
2. The Concept
The design and production of the Honda CR-Z followed two other Honda Hybrid concept cars: the Honda Small Hybrid Sports and the Honda Remix.
According to Honda, the name “CR-Z” stands for “Compact Renaissance Zero” - which reflects the idea of a renaissance in making compact cars. The CEO of Honda at that time, Mr Fukui said that the CR-Z was made to become a “Sporty, Incredibly Efficient and Inexpensive” car.
3. Exterior And Interior Design
The exterior of the Honda CR-Z is so stunning. In terms of technical view, it looks very similar to the Honda CRX. In fact, the CR-Z is just a successor of the CRX.
Now it is time to get in the car. From the first look you can see that the dashboard is super nice and modern. The seat is made of high-quality material so it is so comfortable to sit on. There is also plenty of head- and leg-room for the driver and passenger. Other parts include: AC, leather steering wheel, glove box, …
The cargo space is spacious and can be transformed up to your demand.
4. Honda CR-Z Engine And Performance
The CR-Z is fitted by a 1.5-litre i-VTEC SOHC inline-4 engine, paired with Honda’s IMA (Integrated Motor Assist). A 6-speed manual transmission is offered as standard equipment whereas a CVT (continuously variable transmission) comes as an optional. The hybrid system create 121 bhp (90 kW; 123 PS) at 6000 rpm and 128 lb⋅ft (174 N⋅m) at 1000 to 1500 rpm (123 lb⋅ft (167 N⋅m) on CVT-equipped models). The gasoline engine contributes 111 bhp (83 kW; 113 PS) at 6000 rpm and 106 lb⋅ft (144 N⋅m) at 4800 rpm.
On November 21st, 2012, Honda launched the 2013 Honda CR-Z on American market. This version came with a new, higher voltage (144V), 0.6 kWh lithium ion battery pack, a more powerful electric motor (from 10 to 15 kilowatts) and some minor cosmetic changes. The 2013 CR-Z sends out maximum 130HP at 6000 RPM 140 pound-feet of torque (127 pound-feet on CVT-equipped models), a gain of eight horsepower and 12 pound-feet of torque (4 pound-feet on CVT equipped models).
All CR-Z cars are equipped with a new Plus Sport System as standard. If the car is traveling over 18 mph and the battery is more than 30%, the driver can use the “S+” button on the steering wheel to create more acceleration for up to 5 seconds. A new lower final drive ratio and a bigger clutch are given to the manual-transmission versions. EPA-rated fuel economy figures increased by 1 mpg highway for those with the six-speed manual transmission and 1 mpg city for CVT equipped models.
5. Fuel Economy
The Honda CR-Z is a very efficient car in terms of fuel consumption.Japanese fuel economy figures are 4.0L per 100 km (59 MPG) for CVT (continuously variable transmission) and 4.4L per 100 km (53 MPG) for manual transmission in 10•15 model. The figures are 4.4L per 100 km (53 MPG) for CVT and 4.9L per 100 km (48 mpg) for MT in JC08 mode.
The Honda CR-Z models have got an excellent ( 5 out of 5 stars) rating for roller, an average rating for side crash safety, and 4 out of 5 star rating for frontal crash safety for 2012 and newer model. The 2011 model has received an average frontal crash safety rating (3 out of 5 stars).
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In 2016, Honda gave the CR-Z a small change. The car got a slightly revised interior and a refresh to the front and rear bumper. It also received the EX-L trim from the refresh with a minor rise in price. Other changes included color options, new wheel designs.
8. Honda CR-Z Price
As production of Honda CR-Z ended in 2016, so now if you want to buy a Honda CR-Z for sale, you have to buy a used one. On used car market, a used Honda CR-Z for sale costs from $5,000 to $22,000 depending on model year, mileage and other condition of the car. So you can base on this price range to pick a suitable CR-Z for your demand.