Honda CR-Z Features –
- 1.5-liter i-VTEC® 4-cylinder engine with Integrated Motor Assist IMA
- Available Honda LaneWatch
- Push button start
- 7-inch Display Audio with electrostatic touch-screen
- Daytime running lights
Hybrid. Sportscar. The CR-Z proves that opposites can coexist. With a 39-mpg highway rating and an available 6-speed manual transmission, it’s one of the most efficient ways to have fun on four wheels
Whether you’re carving through a canyon road or cruising through the city, the CR-Z has three different driving modes to handle it all.
What are critics saying about the Honda CR-Z?
In some respects, this Honda hits the right notes. Compared to other hybrids, it makes for an engaging city runabout, thanks to its low curb weight, quick steering and small size. And with its sleek and sporty exterior, the CR-Z is one of the cooler-looking hybrids on the market. Likewise, the adventurous dashboard design offers extra helpings of visual interest. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
The CR-Z is an ambitious attempt at making a sporty hybrid, but its performance doesn’t match its adventurous styling. The good news is that it’s the only hybrid sold with a manual—a six-speed—but the bad news is that the combined output is a mere 130 hp. A 1.5-liter four-cylinder pairs with an electric motor; the EPA rates it for 36-mpg city/39-mpg highway with the optional CVT; the manual gets 31/38. Standard features include Bluetooth capability, automatic climate control, and cruise. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
The 2015 Honda CR-Z is a small front-drive hybrid hatchback sold in base and EX trim levels. It is available with a 1.5-liter I-4 making 130 hp and 140 lb-ft of torque when paired with the six-speed manual transmission. Cars equipped with the continuously variable transmission (CVT) make 127 lb-ft. A navigation system is available but only for the EX variant. Read More >>