First drive: 2011 Honda CR-Z hybrid
The 2011 Honda CR-Z, set to hit dealerships Aug. 24, has been priced at $19,200, making it the cheapest hybrid available. The sporty hybrid coupe will get a price bump to $20,760 for the EX trim and top out at $23,210 with navigation and a continuously variable automatic transmission. Cars.com editor Joe Wiesenfelder has given the all-new model a thorough going-over. Read his complete review.
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The CR-Z is the spiritual successor to the wedge-shaped Honda CRX, produced from 1984 to '91. It's about a foot shorter than the five-seat Honda Insight in overall length and more than an inch lower in height. Xenon headlights are standard.