Used Honda CR-Z Cars For Sale
The Honda CR-Z was first launched in 2010, to rival the Volkswagen Scirocco. Styled as a "sport hybrid coupé", it was the first hybrid sports car to be produced and is still a popular choice, despite production having ceased in 2016. With great fuel economy, a stylish exterior and ample power, there is much to love about the CR-Z. Browse used models here on findandfundmycar.com from our network of 2,500 dealers.
HP Representative Finance Example:
Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £215.73, with a Final Payment of £216.73, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,994.80. Total Cost of Credit £3,945.80. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 11.20%. Representative APR 11.20%.
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How Much is a Honda CR-Z?
As Honda CR-Z cars ceased being produced in 2016, you can no longer buy a brand new version of this hybrid sports car. However, used CR-Z cars are often well priced, starting from as little as £4,395.
What Insurance Group is the Honda CR-Z in?
The standard Honda CR-Z model sits in insurance group 16, while higher trim levels such as the Sport and Sport-T are slightly more expensive to insure, sitting in groups 17 and 20 respectively.
What's the Honda CR-Z's Road Tax?
Thanks to its hybrid engine, the Honda CR-Z is a cheap car to tax. Most models, including the higher trim levels, cost just £20 annually in road tax.
What's the Honda CR-Z's Fuel Economy Like?
Impressively, the Honda CR-Z emits 117g/km of CO2 and averages 56.5mpg, with a maximum fuel economy around 58mpg.
What's the Honda CR-Z's Max Speed?
The Honda CR-Z has a top speed of 124mph and can get from 0-62mph in 9 seconds with its combined 135bhp. The CR-Z also features three driving modes: Eco, Sport and Normal, with Sport offering an improved throttle response.