2016 Honda CR-Z

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The 2016 Honda CR-Z is two-seater hatchback is available in two trim levels: base and EX. Standard equipment on the base Honda CR-Z model includes 16-inches wheels alloy, LED brake lights, full power accessories, a reversing camera, cruise control, automatic climate control, cloth upholstery, an adjustable driver’s seat, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, retractable cargo area cover, Bluetooth phone connectivity and a six speaker audio system with CD player, steering wheel audio controls, an audio auxiliary jack and an iPod / USB audio interface.

2016 Honda CR-Z Features

Stepping up to the Honda CR-Z EX adds automatic xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lights, fog lights, heated mirrors, back-up of guidelines for the rear view camera, metallic interior, Leather steering wheel and upgraded audio system with seven speakers. The 2016 Honda CR-Z EX can be had also includes an optional navigation system that interfaces 6.5-inch touch screen, multi-angle rearview camera, voice control, Bluetooth audio streaming, the Pandora Internet Radio and text-to Speech message capacity for compatible smartphones. Seal can be equipped with 17-inches wheels and optional performance tires either.

2016 Honda CR-Z Interior

Although 2016 Honda CR-Z have in other countries a small backseat, the US version has a folding table again. The idea is to link the car to the original CRX two-seater, but the lack of rear seats limit the practice of the 2016 CR-Z. Front seat comfort is adequate, but more long-legged riders want additional seat track travel. Luggage room divider 2016 Honda CR-Z can be slightly reduced in order to create a flat load floor and hide objects in tablets garbage. A load compartment cover Multi-position is also part of the transaction. Maximum cargo capacity is 25.1 cubic feet, and two golf bags should correspond with the reduced divisor.

Unlike the layout of the two places, most notable feature of the interior is the design of the distinctive dashboard that is built is surrounded important to a large digital speedometer with an analog tachometer just. Add a wow factor are backlight to change color to indicate driving style efficiency. A configurable display, you can call other useful information, including instant and average fuel economy readings. It’s disappointing, Bluetooth audio streaming is available only if you trim the expensive EX with navigation.

Remember, though, that the 2016 Honda CR-Z is basically a car sports economics, not a high-end section, so that the interior materials are fairly simple. In addition, the rear view through the rear window is problematic disc and double body that surrounds it. Fortunately, the standard rear-view camera goes a long way to reduce anxiety when the 2016 Honda CR-Z is in reverse.

2016 Honda CR-Z Engine

The all-wheel drive 2016 Honda CR-Z is powered by a gasoline-electric hybrid system that includes a four-cylinder engine of 1.5 liters with an electric motor for a total output of 130 hp and 140 lb-ft of torque with paired the transmission standard six-speed. The number of couples fall to 127 lb-ft with the CVT transmission option (CVT), which also comes with steering wheel paddles.

A three-state voters allows the driver during normal driving Patterns or Econ choose. Everyone adjusts sensitivity settings of the accelerator pedal, steering effort, programming transmission (CVT), the auxiliary electric motor (manual) and additional information on air conditioning. The Sport Plus system allows the driver to enjoy a boost in acceleration – provided that the battery is 50 percent charged and the CR-Z moves more than 19 mph. Pressing the “S +” on the steering wheel comes to a maximum battery current for 5 seconds. This function can be used in one of the drive modes.

In testing, a manual-equipped 2016 Honda CR-Z went from zero to 60 mph in 8.8 seconds, while a CVT-equipped model makes the sprint in 9.2 seconds. Both times are fast compared to other hybrids in this price range, but slow compared to compact sports competition.

The opposite is the case, on the fuel consumption of the front side. With EPA fuel economy estimates of 34 mpg combined (31 city / 38 highway) with the manual transmission and 37 mpg combined (36 city / 39 highway) with the CVT, the 2016 Honda CR-Z to the standards of sports records compact but relatively short comes to hybrids of the same price.

2016 Honda CR-Z Safety

2016 Honda CR-Z is equipped with antilock brakes, stability and traction control, front side airbags, side curtain airbags and active headrests. A rear view camera is standard and a multi-angle rearview camera is improved EX models with the navigation system. In brake testing, the CR-Z came to a halt from 60 mph in 122 feet – good for a hybrid, but disappointing for a compact sports.

In government tests the Honda CR-Z was given an overall rating of 4- stars (out of 5), 4- stars for front crash protection, but only three stars for protection against side impact. In frontal offset tests, side impact and roof strength The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the CR-Z’s highest rating of “good” moderate overlap. The 2016 Honda CR-Z design seat retaining / head in the event of rear impact as “good” for neck protection.

2016 Honda CR-Z Interior

2016 Honda CR-Z Interior