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Honda CR-Z Hatchbacks

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2015 Honda CR-Z What's new for 2015? 
2015 Honda CR-Z

Although the 2015 CR-Z remains unchanged from last year's car, Honda's HPD Street Performance division now offers the option of a dealer-installed supercharger kit. The kit will fit 2013 and 2014 models as well and bumps output to 197 horsepower, up from 130 horsepower in the stock car.

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2014 Honda CR-Z What's new for 2014? 
2014 Honda CR-Z

After a major upgrade last year, Honda lets the CR-Z sail into 2014 unchanged.

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2013 Honda CR-Z What's new for 2013? 
2013 Honda CR-Z

The Honda CR-Z sees a number of revisions for the 2013 model year. Chief among them are a new lithium-ion battery pack, freshened front-end styling, a modest horsepower increase from 122 to 130, and an expanded list of standard features.

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2012 Honda CR-Z What's new for 2012? 
2012 Honda CR-Z

The only significant change for the 2012 Honda CR-Z hybrid is the addition of available black cloth seats on cars wearing Crystal Black Peal paint.

About Honda CR-Z

When most people hear the word "hybrid" they don't usually think "sporty," "fun" or "fast." But, that's just what you'll find behind the wheel of the 2015 Honda CR-Z 2-seat hybrid. Molded in the tradition of the classic CRX commuter car, the CR-Z modernizes the formula with a hybrid powertrain, a more substantial body and the latest in safety and infotainment equipment. Although the CR-Z can accommodate only two people, it offers plenty of room for long legs and a decent cargo area under its hatchback door. It's also the only compact hybrid to offer the option of a 6-speed manual. Because the CR-Z doesn't look or perform like a boring economy car, you can satisfy your need to be green without sacrificing your love of driving.

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