2013 Honda CR-Z Consumer Review: way more them they give credit

2013 Honda CR-Z - Consumer Review

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EX 2dr Hatchback (1.5L 4-cyl. Hybrid 6-speed Manual)

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way more them they give credit
By moody17 on


2013 Honda CR-Z EX 2dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid 6M)


when you look at the stats and specs
that this car is givin its misleading. saying its not fast enuf or the gasmilage isnt what its supost to be, i must disagree i got the 6mt and was told 31-38 thats not what im getting im up to 43 avg. and the 0-60 they claim im blowing it away and i havent even givin it all its got its about 6 sec witch is faster then any car in its price range the sport and eco buttons make a huge diffrence and the s+ gives you something extra too. i think if honda and other companies would have tested it properly they would have sold more. i wasnt going to buy it after looking up online reviews but after testing it i couldnt refuse its far more then they give it credit

Best Features

its by far the best looking car made in a long time not counting high priced cars that nobody can afford. the manual transmission the only proper way to drive a car. that cvt and flappy paddles are a joke on all cars. all hail the stick!

Worst Features

give it the 60 mpg we know it can get, the 1988 crx gets 51 mpg what happend? kinda feels ur cheating us
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By moody17
on 04/18/14 12:54 PM (UTC)

didn't notice you couldn't edit your own review, kinda odd. im makig a correction on my 0-60 time I meant 8 sec but sence then my fastest is 7.5sec witch is still fast. its all timing and hittin the s+ witch should be on the left of the wheel. I doubt youll hit this time in a cvt. but I didnt get it to race, I got it for cruzin and it dose that mighty fine:)

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By daveyxv
on 07/08/16 16:56 PM (UTC)

What happened was that the EPA changed the way it measured fuel efficiency in 2008. The old CRX HF numbers are inflated under the new formula and are actually closer to what the CR-Z gets. Too bad Honda marketing didn't make this more clear to potential consumers.

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