New 2016 Honda CR-Z Prices

2016 model year changes

The CR-Z hits 2016 with some refreshments inside and out. Push-button keyless start and a touchscreen infotainment interface are standard on all CR-Z models. A new blind-spot monitor becomes available on upper trims.


Competitive comparison

Sporty, hot-hatch styling; hybrid powertrain; loaded with technology; affordable


Special features for 2016

The Honda CR-Z is based on the Insight platform, and Honda bills it as the "world's first sport-hybrid." Styling is reminiscent of the much-loved CRX of the 1990s, but updated to Honda's current design language and beyond, with an aggressive nose and sweeping angles. Power comes from a 130-horsepower, 1.5L engine and Integrated Motor Assist (IMA), a DC brushless motor that adds another 13 horses. The CR-Z's pricing starts just over $20,000.




Select a new 2016 Honda CR-Z trim level

The Honda CR-Z hatchback seats four and is offered in two trim levels. The base trim offers 16” alloy wheels, LED tail lights, parking camera, automated climate control, tilt and telescope steering wheel, cloth upholstery, cargo cover, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, media enhanced steering wheel and six-speaker audio system. Upgrades can add xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lights, enhanced parking camera, interior metallic trim accents, GPS, 6.5” touchscreen console, voice command, HD radio, larger wheels and more. Under the hood is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that’s paired to an electric motor, able to generate 130 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque.