2010 Detroit Auto Show Top 10: #6

2011 Honda CR-Z

Whether or not you find the 2011 Honda CR-Z jogging fond memories of Honda's enthusiast-classic CR-X, there are reasons to get excited about what promises to be the zippiest hybrid to date when it shows up this summer. Honda CR-Z vitals include 122 horsepower, a 2,700-pound curb weight and highway mileage topping out at a seemingly unremarkable 38 mpg. The 2011 Honda CR-Z will also offer a six-speed manual transmission -- as well as a CVT automatic -- and is expected to start in the low $20,000 range. We're feeling a comparison test coming on.


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