The Honda CR-Z collected three top accolades in just one week
The Honda CR-Z collected three top accolades in just one week. The Honda CR-Z beat tough international opposition to become Japan Car of the Year 2010-2011. The award winning continued with the Honda CR-Z collecting the Eco Gadget of the Year at the Stuff Gadget Awards. Fraser MacDonald, editor-in-chief at Stuff magazine, heaped praise on the Honda CR-Z, he said the Honda CR-Z looks great, and it feels great to be in. It’s also relatively small and light, so for an unethical minute or two hit the ‘Power’ button and work the manual gearbox and it’ll go like a little rocket. Plus, and this is the icing on the eco cake normal people can afford one.”
The Honda CR-Z took part in the first RAC Brighton to London Future Car Challenge and was awarded Most Economical & Environment Friendly Sports HEV.
The Honda CR-Z is priced from £16,999 OTR and brings together a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine, six-speed manual gearbox and Honda’s Integrated Motor Assist system to make a car that’s as fun to drive as it is efficient. The Honda CR-Z has been rated one of Europe’s safest cars, it was awarded the maximum five stars in the independent crash testing results from Euro NCAP.