2013 Honda CR-Z Owners Manual Pdf

2013 Honda CR-Z Owners Manual Pdf


2013 Honda CR-Z Owners Manual Pdf
2013 Honda CR-Z User Guide Pdf

Small plots and small hybrid sports usually meant for two different missions. One is designed for fun, others to downsize. Combining the two, as Honda has been trying to do with the 2013 Honda CR-Z, would seem to be a good idea for those who enjoy driving and want to look sharp and sip gas while doing it. But unfortunately, the CR-Z well as superior or as a hybrid sports coupe.

Although quite fresh and agile around town, the CR-Z does not really give a refreshing driving characteristics that indicate the sleek styling. And despite Honda's fuel economy ratings strong, they actually are not much higher than a few small non-hybrid hatchback a more practical, more well-equipped and usually more subtle.

Under the CR-Z's body, you'll find it basically has the same basics with the Insight, Honda's small four-door hybrid. Thus, the CR-Z is powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder paired to pack motor / electric battery. For 2013, the CR-Z received a new, more powerful battery that drives the combined output of up to 130 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque, an increase of 8 hp and 12 lb-ft (4 lb-ft on CVT-equipped models), each respectively, over the past year the CR-Z. Despite an increase in muscle, the new powertrain also offers a slight increase in fuel economy, Rank 1 mpg more in some cases. However, unlike hybrid systems used by Toyota and others, the CR-Z can not propel itself on electric only, and thus can not achieve city fuel economy are very high that you might expect.

Given the limitations, we think buyers generally can be better than 2013 Honda CR-Z. We suggest looking 2013 Mini Cooper, which offers comparable fuel economy and better handling, or 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth, which oozes personality Italy and turbocharged performance. 2013 Hyundai Veloster is another good choice considering the added flexibility.