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Honda CR-Z

2011-2017
2011 Redesign Year
Honda CR-Z 2016
Billed as a cross between the Insight hybrid and the sporty CRX from the 1980s, the two-seat CR-Z hybrid uses a 1.5-liter four-cylinder gas engine paired with electric power for 122 hp overall. A Sport mode livens things up a little, but the CR-Z never feels quick. We measured 35 mpg overall in our tests, which is not impressive for a tiny hybrid. Handling is responsive and relatively nimble, but the CR-Z falls short of being a sports car. The ride is jumpy and the cabin is noisy. Having just two seats limits its appeal. Rear visibility is severely compromised, but at least a rear-view camera is standard on all trim lines.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
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2016 N/A N/A
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2015 $13,200 - $14,950 $9,785 - $11,335
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2014 $11,850 - $13,500 $8,520 - $9,970
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2013 $10,500 - $11,925 $7,250 - $8,500
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2012 $7,900 - $8,750 $4,905 - $5,655
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2011 $6,775 - $7,525 $3,880 - $4,530