The 2014 Honda CR-Z will be available for just an extra $20 across the range compared to the outgoing range. The small hybrid coupe received some updates last year, with improved interior and exterior styling as well as a boost in power. However, there are no changes to the 2014 Honda CR-Z. The 2014 Honda CR-Z is now priced from $20,785 (including destination) for the base six-speed manual model.
Its hybrid powertrain is coupled with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder with a 15-kilowatt electric motor to achieve an output of 130 hp and 140 lb-ft of torque. Buyers can get a continuously variable transmission for a starting price of $21,435, which offers EPA mileage ratings of 36/39 mpg city/highway, an increase from the manual’s 31/38 mpg city/highway.
Furthermore, the CR-Z is also available in EX and EX with Navigation trim levels, which begin at $22,630 and $24,130, respectively. Add $650 to each of these trim levels if you want to get the CVT. The EX comes with HID headlights, a leather-covered steering wheel, an aluminum shift knob, fog lights, and a premium audio system.
Meanwhile, the EX with Navigation gets all of the mentioned items plus GPS navigation, a backup camera, and Pandora Internet radio integration. Only 3,546 units of the CR-Z have been sold so far this year, making it one of its slowest-selling models. However, it is the only hybrid offered in the U.S, with a manual transmission. The 2014 Honda CR-Z will go on sale this week.