Set for its dealer debut on August 24, the 2011 Honda CR-Z will start with a base price of $19,950 with destination.
If you’re looking for a sport-oriented, electric motor-assisted two-seater with a true manual transmission, the CR-Z fits the bill. Honda’s Integrated Motor Assist system delivers both additional horsepower and torque and improved fuel economy by shutting the 1.5-liter inline-four off once stationary, and a six-speed manual comes standard.
Interested in moving to the continuously variable transmission with paddle shifters? The entry price is $20,600 and increases to $22,160 and $23,960 for the EX trim and EX trim with navigation, respectively. On the six-speed side, the price tags for an EX upgrade and EX with navigation read $21,510 and $23,310. All aforementioned pricing includes a $750 destination charge.
As Honda prepares the CR-Z for its dealers in the United States, Goodwood attendees in the United Kingdom will be able to get behind the wheel of a U.K.-spec model from July 2-4.