Honda CR-Z prices

7 Dec, 2012 5:25pm

Honda has announced prices and specs for the facelifted CR-Z coupe, and it starts from £20,550

Prices have been confirmed for the updated Honda CR-Z, ahead of the car's UK launch next month.

The Sport version will cost from £20,550, while £23,050 will secure the range-topping GT.

The CR-Z has been given a host of performance and styling tweaks, including new front and rear bumpers, two new exterior colours and a set of 17-inch wheels exclusive to the GT model.

It gets the same 1.5-litre engine and IMA hybrid system, but power has been boosted from 126bhp to 135bhp. This means the Honda’s 0-62mph time is cut from 10.0 seconds to 9.1 seconds, while top speed stands at 124mph.

The car also comes with a Sports Plus (S+) boost button, which gives a 10-second burst of improved acceleration.

The CR-Z is available to order now, with the first cars arriving in dealerships in early January.

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Underpowered, not that frugal and pointless. If you want economy, power etc, get a diesel

Dont like diesel cars, always noisier than a smooth quiet petrol engine....And with the extra cost of diesel, as opposed to Petrol, it makes no sense in buying diesel......Petrol only thanks

Makes no sense in buying a diesel? Makes sense if you're doing under 9k a year in mileage. I average 84MPG from my 1.6 diesel over a 70 mile commute every day. Equivalent 1.6 petrol averages only half that (and probably less in real life) and ok petrol costs 6p a litre less. Also, my car was the same price for either a petrol or a diesel. So its paid itself back rather rapidly and now saving money. And one last good point, no VED to pay on it either! (or congestion charge if you live in London)

The back - ugly as sin

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