Compact dimensions provide sporty handling and around-town agility Hybrid powertrain offers spirited performance with a EPA highway fuel economy rating of 39 mpg 1 making the CR-Z both fun and frugal With sleek and sporty styling paired with spirited performance and high efficiency that lives up to its sport hybrid moniker, the 2015 CR-Z went on-sale today with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) starting at $20,145 2 .
As Toyota prepares to expand its Prius lineup, Honda has already expanded its Fit lineup – at least overseas. In Japan, the Honda Fit Shuttle and Fit Shuttle Hybrid compact cars have officially gone on sale. These models provide a larger cargo area than the standard Fit subcompact, but they retain the Fit’s outstanding fuel economy and nimbleness.
Thanks to a thoroughly upgraded powertrain, the all-new 2012 Honda Civic Hybrid has captured the title of “most fuel-efficient sedan in America”—boasting EPA-estimated ratings of 44 mpg city/44 mpg highway/44 mpg combined. Those marks are up notably from the 2011 model’s very impressive line of 40/43/41, and Honda engineers worked diligently to achieve this kind of performance
Filed under: Concept Cars , Hybrid , Performance , Hatchback , Honda , Misc. Auto Shows , UK Honda CR-Z Mugen – Click above for high-res image gallery Call it anticipation or call it wishful thinking, but reports of a hotter version of the Honda CR-Z have been circulating pretty much ever since the hybrid hatchback hit the market. The CR-Z may be sportier than most hybrids, but when the faithful were expecting a spiritual successor to the iconic CRX with an added jolt of electricity, many were left disappointed