Honda CR-Z Sport Hybrid is the Future of “Sporty” Cars

January 6th, 2011 by

The Honda CR-Z hybrid sports car was launched in August of 2010 with a MSRP of $19,200. The CR-Z is a distinct 2-seat coupe that is quick, has excellent handling, and is lightweight. It was designed to perform efficiently with its gasoline-electric hybrid engine. Under the hood is the 1.5 liter i-VTEC four cylinder engine and works well with the Integrated Motor Assist system.

Honda designed a new 3-mode drive system that gives drivers the ability to change the car’s responsiveness for Normal, Economy, or Sports modes. Consumers can purchase the CR-Z in trim levels—the base CR-Z and the CR-Z EX that comes with plenty of features. Standard features include six speaker audio system, climate control, keyless remote entry, and cruise control.

As with all Honda vehicles, the CR-Z has a strong construction for the safety of passengers and drivers. Advanced Compatibility Engineering for the body helps protect people in the car during a front end collision.

Model Transmission MSRP1 City/Hwy/Combined
CR-Z 6-Speed Manual $19,200 31/37/34
CR-Z CVT $19,850 35/39/37
CR-Z EX 6-Speed Manual $20,760 31/37/34
CR-Z EX CVT $21,410 35/39/37
CR-Z EX with Navi 6-Speed Manual $22,560 31/37/34
CR-Z EX with Navi CVT $23,210 35/39/37

The Honda CR-Z sport hybrid is a great example of the auto maker’s commitment to developing vehicles that are fuel efficient and good for the environment. Fisher Honda, the premier Honda dealership in the Boulder area, has the full selection of Honda vehicles for you to test drive. Our friendly sales professionals will help you with any questions you might have.

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