2013 Honda CR-Z

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The 2013 Honda CR-Z is a 3-door hatchback modeled as a successor to the Honda. The 2013 Honda CR-Z is fuel-efficient and sporty 2-seater Honda sold in the 1980s and 1990s. The 2013 Honda CR-Z is a hybrid vehicle, and is offered in standard and 2013 Honda CR-Z EX trim levels. 2013, the CR-Z is updated with a revised front styling with a mesh grill and blue tint headlight accents, new styling rear with a new diffuser panels and blue-tint LED taillight accents, the choice of colors new, and a new black finish for the standard 16-inch aluminum wheels. Power-adjustable side mirrors, integrated turn signal indicators are standard, and the 2013 driver side mirror offers expanded view of the glass to help the driver see the other drivers who may be in the Honda’s blind spots.

2013 Honda CR-Z Interior

Standard equipment for the 2013 Honda CR-Z includes power windows, power door locks, remote entry key-less, wheel tilt / telescoping steering, cruise control, automatic climate control, the sport-bolstered seats, height-adjustable driver seat, a trip computer, temperature without advertising, and the camera repairs. The 6-speaker audio system includes a CD player, USB port, auxiliary audio jack input, and Bluetooth hands-free calling and music streaming. 2013 Honda CR-Z up to 25,1 cubic feet of cargo in its trunk, the significantly more than typical midsize sedan.

2013 Honda CR-Z Optional Features

The 2013 Honda CR-Z EX adds automatic turn lights with LED running lights, fog lamps, heated side mirrors, the aluminum shift knob, aluminum pedals, and leather-wrapped wheel steering. The EX trim level is also equipped with a premium audio system, interior lighting, and illuminated visor vanity mirrors. The CR-Z EX is offered with an optional navigation system includes a 6.5-inch color touch screen, the Pandora Internet radio interface, SMS text messaging capability. Honda offers a number of dealer-installed accessories for the 2013 CR-Z, including a set of 17-inch wheels fitted with 205/45 tires and aluminum.

2013 Honda CR-Z Engine

The 2013 Honda CR-Z power and more fuel-efficient, and equipped with Honda’s Integrated Motor assist technology (STOP), the hybrid car pairs a gasoline 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with DC brush-less electric motor and a new pack of lithium-ion battery to produce 130 horsepower and 140 lb. ft. of torque. A 6-speed manual gearbox with hill-start assist standard for the 2013 Honda CR-Z. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) with paddle shifters is optional, and reduces CR-Z’s torque output to 127 lb. ft.

Three ways to drive a standard, selected by the driver using the buttons to the left of the steering wheel. Beacon mode modifies the vehicle’s throttle response, cruise control and the climate control to maximize fuel economy. Sport mode “to improve the engine throttle responses, electric power steering effort, and electric power motor assist,” according to Honda. Between these two methods, the CR-Z offers the Normal mode.

The 2013 Honda CR-Z is equipped with the new-for-2013 Plus Sport System, using the button on the steering wheel marked “S +.” If the battery CR-Z offers a 50% charge and the car is traveling at more than 19 Mph, Plus Sport System provides the impetus for a 5-second extra energy, useful in addition to the street or passing traffic. The Plus Sport System works in any of the three ways of driving the CR-Z’s.

2013 Honda CR-Z Safety

Safety features include 6 standard air bags, traction control, stability control, four-wheel disc brakes with brake assist, and the camera repairs, the 2013 Honda CR-Z uses the Advanced Engineering Compatibility (ACE) in the framework of its forward. This architecture is designed to make the car CR-Z more compatible with a wider variety of vehicles, and to offer more protection to pedestrian injuries.

2013 Honda CR-Z Base

In the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests, The 2013 Honda CR-Z receives an overall rating 4 stars (out of 5 stars). However, car’s side-impact crash-test rating is 3 stars, and the rating for front-seat passenger imperfect risk-factor is 3 stars.