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2011 Honda Cr-z Base Hatchback 2-door 1.5l Hybrid on 2040-cars

Year:2011 Mileage:20032
Location:

Beckley, West Virginia, United States

Beckley, West Virginia, United States

Lewis Suzuki

 

 

                                               2011 HONDA CRZ HYBIRD:   

This 2011 Honda CRZ-Hybird wont last long. A manual shift, 3 mode drive with  ECO Drive, has style and performance built into one awesome vechile. No need to pay at the pumps any longer with this black beauty. 

  

BUY US ONCE YOU'LL BUY US FOR LIFE.

FOR MORE INFO: ASK FOR ANDY AT 304-222-3043 or andy_hanrath@lewisautomotive.com     

THIS VEHICLE IS BEING SOLD LOCALLY SO WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THIS LISTING EARLY, SO PLEASE DONT WAIT ASK ALL QUESTIONS OR PLACE ALL BIDS ASAP, THANKS FOR WATCHING AND HAPPY BIDDING.

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ASK FOR ANDY HANRATH

     

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Honda reveals Mobilio MPV, Brio Satya hatchback for Asian markets

Thu, 19 Sep 2013 14:30:00 EST

Sometimes, vehicles developed for mainstream markets don't work as well in emerging markets due to a lack of infrastructure for which they were originally designed. Indonesia is one of those environs where vehicles that are low, long and wide struggle cover the country's often rough terrain, let alone fit into the nation's compact parking spaces. Taking this into account, Honda has been developing the Mobilio multi-purpose vehicle (MPV), which it teased in July, based on research conducted on the country's roads and weather conditions. Today the Japanese automaker unveiled a prototype of the MPV at the Indonesia International Motor Show.
The Mobilio has three rows of seating for seven occupants, is compact enough to fit into the country's parking spaces, which are often less than 14.4 feet in length, and has a sports utility vehicle-like ground clearance of 7.3 inches to handle most road conditions. It's equipped with a 1.5-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine, which should give the MPV good fuel economy.
On September 11, Honda also introduced the Brio Satya five-door hatchback (shown at right) for the Indonesian market, which features an i-VTEC four-cylinder engine that Honda says will help the car net a fuel economy rating of 20 kilometers per liter of gasoline (equivalent to 47 miles per gallon). The model is closely related to the Brio budget hatchback, which was first revealed back in 2011.

Honda Fit loses Recommended rating from Consumer Reports

Thu, 23 Jan 2014 15:30:00 EST

Thanks to its poor performance in the most recent round of Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash testing, where it received the lowest overall score in the small-overlap test, Consumer Reports has bumped the Honda Fit from its "Recommended" list. When a car gets bumped from the magazine's coveted ranks, it's usually cause for concern. This is not one of those times.
As there is a new Fit barreling towards dealerships for an on-sale date this spring, we wouldn't pay too much credence to the current car's demotion. It's expected that the next-generation Fit should pass the test with flying colors, as CR is quick to point out that newer Hondas have traditionally done very well in the tricky small-overlap crash testing.
Of the subcompact cars tested by the IIHS, only the Kia Rio, which netted a "Marginal" score overall, is a Consumer Reports "Recommended" vehicle.

Honda Accord Hybrid falls well short of 47 mpg, says Consumer Reports [w/video]

Thu, 29 May 2014 11:29:00 EST

Do not poke Consumer Reports with the hybrid fuel economy stick. That seems to be the lesson illustrated here yet again. The Honda Accord Hybrid is the latest to arouse the ratings bear, returning "just" 40 combined mpg in CR testing. Even so, that makes it "a class leader for fuel economy among midsized sedans," besting even the Civic Hybrid in CR testing, but that's still a lucky roll of the dice short of its EPA rating of 47 mpg. Remember, it was back in December 2012 that CR knocked the Ford Fusion and C-Max hybrid models for the exact same failing: certified with an EPA-rated 47 mpg but delivering "just" 40 mpg.
Beyond that, while the Accord Hybrid earned a lower overall score than the traditional gasoline Accord because of its ride, handling and refinement issues, it gets unqualified applause from the institute for its "very impressive hybrid system."
It will be interesting to see if CR's findings will negatively impact the model's sales, which to this point have been impressive enough that demand is outstripping supply. In the meantime, you can check out CR's brief video review of the Accord Hybrid below, and check out the magazine's press release chiding its mpg rating.