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The 2014 Honda CR-Z Hybrid: a good used car option?


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What is your opinion on this? I might consider buying a 2014 Honda CR-Z Hybrid

The one I found is priced at $10,000, which is still fair for a vehicle with a stellar performance. It offered me a smooth ride when I took it for a test drive. 

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It is a two-seater sports car with hybrid features and was designed with sporty performance and fuel economy in mind. 

Its standard transmission runs in six-speed manual, but its trims (the standard & EX version) can also have CVT automatic transmissions with paddle shifters plus Eco assist

The dash display changes color from blue to green to give immediate feedback on the vehicle's efficiency

The steering wheel contains controls for the audio system, cruise, Bluetooth and navigation systems

The engine contains 1.5-liters of fuel and has a 16-valve i-VTEC engine that delivers 122 horsepower. It is also supported by an electric motor.

The Environmental Protection Agency recorded the vehicle's fuel economy at 35 miles per gallon in city and 39 MPG on highways.

Not to mention the fact that it has an Integrated Motor Assist system which harnesses kinetic energy to boost horsepower and efficiency

It can accelerate from 50 miles per hour to 70 miles per hour in under 6.7 seconds

And from that same rate, it can achieve a complete stop by just covering 197 ft. of distance

It has a curb-to-curb diameter of 35.4 ft

Plus, it has a vast rear cargo space due to two-seat configuration. The rear cargo floor can be raised to show a rear cargo console that can be fitted with additional items

By the looks of it, a good option if you were on a tight budget but still prioritizing quantity. 

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