The 2016 Honda CR-Z will be priced from $21,130 including destination.
Going on sale starting November 3, the Honda CR-Z received more aggressive styling for the 2016 model year along with upgraded standard and available features. The redesigned front end has sharper lines that terminate in an angular eight-point polygon grille while the front diffuser helps form triangular fog light wells for a wider look. On the side are flared full-length side garnishes that are further complemented by new swept five-spoke design wheels.
On the inside, Honda has outfitted the interior with a new brushed metallic finish on the door handles, front paneling and center console. The driver gets to enjoy a leather-wrapped steering wheel as well as new-for-2016 heated and leather-trimmed seats on the range-topping EX-L Navi model. Now standard on all CR-Z models is a seven-inch Display Audio touchscreen, center console with armrest, electric parking brake and Smart Entry with Push Button Start/Stop.
Pricing on the 2016 Honda CR-Z EX will start from $22,975 while the top-of-the-line EX-L is $25,275. Opting for a continuously variable transmission (CVT) will cost $650 additional on all models. The manual transmission-equipped CR-Z returns an estimated 31 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway while the CVT model gets 31-mpg city, 38-mpg highway rating.
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