Honda CR-Z finally unveiled

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Derek loves nothing more than punching a remote location into a GPS, queuing up some music and heading out on a long drive, so it's a good thing he's in charge of CNET Australia's Car Tech channel.

At the 2010 Detroit Motor Show, Honda has finally unveiled the production version of its sporty two-door hybrid, the CR-Z.




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tadeuszpociask posted a comment   
Australia

When Honda CRZ will be on sale in Australia
(which month)and how much would be on the road?

Ted Pociask

E-mail: Tadeusz.Pociask@bluescopesteel.com

 

aussie posted a comment   

no way - this car ROCKS... stupid Left hand drive... let's get the Right hand drive to AUSTRALIA NOW... bugger waiting till sept 2011 ... we want it now

 

plmko posted a comment   

Left-hand drive makes no sense.

 

Why have a button dedicated to km/h or mph? posted a comment   

You would only press it once if at all the entire ownership of the car! Surely this should just be an option in a sub menu. Oh and the car is ugly I agree.

 

Derek Fung posted a reply   
Australia

I'm thinking that people who drive between the UK and Europe, or the US and the rest of North America would find it useful. Cars sold in these markets usually have speedos marked with both mph and km/h. The CR-Z, however, has a digital speedo. Although, I too am surprised that this button is given such prominence.

 

Thanks posted a reply   

Yes as I said it should definitely be an option, just surprised it has it's own dash button. You'll probably find the hazards are hidden somewhere, or it could of been used as the (always elusive) boot button.

 

Thanks posted a reply   

Yes as I said it should definitely be an option, just surprised it has it's own dash button. You'll probably find the hazards are hidden somewhere, or it could of been used as the (always elusive) boot button.

 

premacy2003 posted a comment   
Australia

I agree 100% with Mike. This is ugly.

 

Mike posted a comment   

That's an ugly car.




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