If Greenville car shoppers are looking for a sporty hybrid, they need look no further than the Honda CR-Z. This stylish six-speed manual, two-door gets an estimated 36 mpg city/39 mpg highway*. Although it sometimes gets overlooked, Honda has updated the look of the CR-Z, which will appeal to those of a certain disposition.
2016 Honda CR-Zs Updated Look
Although not much else has changed between earlier models and the 2016 CR-Z, the look has. Honda gave the car new bumpers, new wheel patterns, and new paint options to choose from. The chassis was upgraded to aid in the handling.
Internal upgrades include brushed metallic finish to door handles, center console, and front paneling. The steering wheel is leather wrapped and the center console has been redesigned.
2016 Honda CR-Zs Other Features
Some other things that are appealing about the CR-Z include touch button start, an expanded cargo area, hill start assist, and Honda’s patented LaneWatch. It’s not the most powerful car, but these neat features and it’s very stylish exterior make owning a sport hybrid appealing.
If you are interested in test driving the 2016 Honda CR-Z, speak with the experienced team at Barbour Hendrick Honda in the Greenville, North Carolina area.
*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.