Honda CR-Z | Honda Continues to Shine

Japanese automaker Honda has been in the hybrid game from the very start, releasing the quirky, two-seat Insight back in 1999.  Since then, the company has sold a variety of other hybrid models, and currently offers four to U.S. consumers.
2014 Honda CR-Z
36 City, 39 Highway, 37 Combined (CVT)*
The Honda CR-Z is unique in being the only hybrid currently on sale with the option of a manual transmission. That’s because Honda is positioning the CR-Z as an enthusiast’s car, mixing the twin benefits of fun driving characteristics and miserly economy.
Performance from the 1.5-liter hybrid-assisted engine may not set your heart racing, but the CR-Z is still one of the most fun hybrids to drive, and if you opt for the continuously-variable transmission, 37 mpg combined is within reach. Stick shift nets you 34 mpg combined.
*Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only.  Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your  vehicle.
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