The one, the only, the CRX
Introduced in 1984, the Honda Civic CRX quickly established itself as a lightweight, fun-to-drive 2-seat coupe. Available in three colors: Greek White, Victoria Red and Baltic Blue, the CRX and the CRX 1.5 looked like nothing else on the road. The combination of its high build quality and excellent driving dynamics led Motor Trend to name the 1984 CRX its Import Car of the Year. In 1985 the CRX added other models including the highly efficient, 58-hp HF model and the fuel-injected Si model, which brought more horsepower than the standard CRX (91-hp vs. 76-hp) and more aggressive styling including 14-inch alloy wheels. In 1985 Car and Driver added the CRX to its 10Best list.
A Simple Explanation of a High-Tech Feature
One of the CR-Z's more unique features is its 3-mode drive system. This allows the driver to tailor the driving experience to actual conditions or personal preference. Some drivers may prefer to conserve fuel at all times. Some drivers may prefer to have all of the CR-Z's power on tap at all times, while other drivers may prefer to have a combination of the two but with the option to pick either, depending on the situation.
Some of the features that set the CR-Z apart
As you may expect during the development of any new car, things can be pretty secretive. When the curtain is finally lifted for a new car debut, there is a feeling of extreme excitement.
At last, I can speak freely about the car without censoring myself. The CR-Z is a modern interpretation of traditional Honda themes it's small, sporty and efficient.