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2015 Honda CR-Z Lease

$0 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.)

MSRP $20,645

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Payment Breakdown: Honda really doesn’t push their CR-Z lease as much as the more popular cars like the Accord and Civic. But for those niche enthusiasts who want a small and sporty car that is also fuel efficient know the CR-Z is perfect. This ZERO down Honda CR-Z lease goes for $239 per month for 36 months or 3 years. That means you will be paying $8604 over the life of the lease or $2868 per year which is great on a $20,000 car.
Mileage: You are allotted 36,000 miles over the life of the lease which translates into 12k miles per yer or 1k miles per month. This is good considering other automotive manufacturers only give up 10k miles per year. Anything over that 36k miles will cost $0.15 cents per mile. So if you drive 37k miles or 1k miles over your allotted amount, it will cost you $150. End of Lease: Once you reach the end of lease Honda is offering the chance to purchase the CR-Z $12,849. So if you decide to keep the vehicle the total amount paid will come out to $21,453. The base coupe with the CVT transmission retails for $20,645 meaning you will only be paying an extra $800 if you opt for the lease/purchase route. But most owners will just trade in their leased vehicle for another car.Fine Print: There is 0 Down payment due at signing but you may be responsible for additional taxes, title, and licensing fees. This offer may change from dealer to dealer as it’s not a national Honda offer. You may even be able to structure a lower monthly payment on a Honda CR-Z lease with a down payment.

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CR-Z Hybrid Details
The latest innovation in the automobile sector, the CR-Z, has been launched by Honda recently. The CR-Z Honda’s latest attempt at making a concept hybrid that offers a fun experience for everyone at a surprisingly low cost. Apart from being cheap and economical the CR-Z is the first hybrid car to offer a six speed manual transmission. While being at the forefront of the hybrid technologies this car is amazing light weight, sporty and fun to drive.

The CR-Z’s small size and 2+2 seating arrangements allow the car to weigh in at just about 2490 lbs. The car has a 126 hp (horsepower) engine which combines a 113 hp gasoline engine and 13 hp electric motor. The electric motor is equipped with an instant torque response which gives a low-rpm pull resulting in a very linear power delivery which gives the feel of driving a sports car. Driving it around for a few hours tells you everything you need to know about this car.

The nimble handling and brisk acceleration provide for an excellent drive and coupled along with a tight chassis and firm suspension it’s fairly easy to toss around too. On the downside there is a bit of under steer. The car comes with 3 driving modes- sport, which gives more power, econ, which shifts the attention to fuel economy and normal which balances the two.

The car is amazingly fuel efficient too; in normal mode it’s able to give around 31 miles per gallon in the city and around 37 on the highway. The cabin is relatively spacious and well equipped. But the Aluminium style interior trim looks cheap and is perhaps the only flaw in the car. The seats are supportive and there’s plenty on leg and head room. In addition the hatchback has a huge cargo space. Although not as large as the CR-X, at 160.5 inches long and 54.9 inches tall Honda claims the CR-Z is more aerodynamic than the Toyota Prius. For a cost of less than $24,000 the Honda CR-Z is a gamble. Do keep your eyes open when the car goes on sale in late August.