Honda CRZ

1st Generation (2010 - Present)

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Honda CRZ Review

The Honda CR-Z was launched in 2011 by Honda Motor Company. The CR-Z is the first in its class to have a hybrid engine in a very sporty looking 2-door hatchback. The CR-Z has become very popular in the teenagers due to its appearance and specifications.

The exterior of the CR-Z is very attractive and has no comparison because it is entirely different from the other 2-door hatchbacks you find in the market. The CR-Z has very sleek and sharp curves which give it a distinguished look. The CR-Z sits low to the ground and has a low ground clearance. The CR-Z is basically a car made for the young enthusiasts who want a fuel efficient pocket rocket.

The black themed interior of CR-Z has a futuristic feel to it. The cabin gives driver a feel of being in an exclusive car. The seats are covered in leather and the dashboard and side panels are made up of materials that speak for themselves. The instrument panel itself is very attractive and changes color with the driving pattern. With 2 additional seats at the back, the CR-Z can accommodate 4 people but the rear seats are not much comfortable due to the compact size of it.

1.5l iVTEC & Hybrid assist with 6-speed manual or 7-speed CVT transmission

1.5l: 20-25km/L

Premium White Pearl, Premium Northern Lights Violet Pearl, Polished Metal Metallic and Milano Red.

Pros:
Fuel efficient.
Good performance.
Agile handling.

Cons:
Very low ground clearance.
Cramped back seats.
Expensive maintenance.

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