Honda CrZ owners manuals
- Cramped Seats
- Cracked Fog Lights
- Paint Peeling Off
- Poor rearward visibility
- Excessive road sound
- Most competitors offer backseats
- Weak door handles
The Honda CR-Z is a two-seat hybrid electric vehicle built by Honda and sold as a "sport hybrid coupe." The CR-Z blends a hybrid gasoline-electric engine with a traditional sports automobile parts, including a 2+2 seating arrangement and a conventional 6-speed manual transmission. The CR-Z is the follower of the second generation Honda CR-X in name and design.
The CR-Z is the sixth model of Honda's Integrated Motor Assist technology, a technology that debuted in the initial generation Insight 3 door hatchback. Sales of the CR-Z began in Japan in 2010 and later that year in the U.S. The making stopped by the end of 2016.
The Honda CR-Z hatchback is available in three trim levels: LX, EX, and EX-L Navi. The front-wheel-drive is powered by a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain that matches a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with an electric motor delivering a total output of 130 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque with the default six-speed manual transmission.
Honda CR-Z known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Honda CR-Z are: