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Facelifted, with more power and equipment, the Honda CR-Z continues to be a brilliant small coupe.

Honda CR-Z Review: Luxury spec

The new Honda CR-Z is a hybrid, Jim, but perhaps not quite as we know it. We’re now into the third decade of hybrid vehicles, yet only now are car makers dabbling with versions that excite enthusiasts as much as environmentalists. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, it’s the two pioneers of petrol-electric cars, Honda and Toyota, who are the brains behind the hybrids offering extra brawn...

Honda CR-Z Review

The Honda CR-Z is the start of something new in the automotive field. A mass produced hybrid sports coupe which is actually fun to drive.

Honda CR-Z Review & Road Test

Funky looks, fun to drive, but not as sporty or green as it likes to think it is Model Tested: Honda CR-Z 1.5-litre, straight-four, six-speed manual Think hybrid and what springs to mind? Clean, green, frugal motoring? No doubt. But fun, exciting, sexy? No way...

Honda CR-Z News

Honda CR-Z facelift unveiled in Japan

The Honda CR-Z has gone under the surgeon's knife again, with the company debuting an updated vehicle overnight with a revised interior and exterior. Up front, the CR-Z facelift features a new front fascia, with a more aggressive and sculpted grille and lower air dam, as well new all-LED headlights...

Honda CR-Z with all-electric AWD drivetrain to race up Pikes Peak

Six Honda and Acura cars will race in this weekend's Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, including an all-electric version of the Honda CR-Z. According to Honda, the heavily modified and bewinged CR-Z is an all-electric vehicle equipped with the company's Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) and Precision All-Wheel Steer (PAWS) systems...

Next Honda CR-Z will feature Civic Type-R's turbocharged engine - report

If a report from the US is correct, the next-generation Honda CR-Z will be a considerably more powerful affair than the current car. An anonymous source within the company has told Car and Driver that the CR-Z is "due to make a big comeback in 2017". The CR-Z was axed from the local lineup earlier this year; the mild-hybrid hatch has also cut from the European Honda range, but remains on sale in the US and Japan...

Honda Performance Development: street-legal parts range launched

Honda America's factory aftermarket racing division will start selling "street-oriented" performance parts for the first time, starting with tuning kits for the hybrid-powered Honda CR-Z. Announced at this week's SEMA show in Las Vegas, Honda Performance Development (HPD) will give the Japanese manufacturer a street-legal, warrantied, parts division in the vein of Mercedes-Benz and AMG, BMW and its M arm and Toyota and TRD...

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