Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. launched the all-new CR-Z at the NBC Tent in Bonifacio Global City last August 5, 2013. CR-Z stands for Compact Renaissance Zero, a sports hybrid coupe, which represents Honda’s commitment to go back to the point of origin (zero) to take on the challenge to create a new compact car without being bound by the values of traditional coupés. 3 Variants of the Honda CR-Z The new CR-Z uses a 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine as the main source of power with an electric motor, Honda’s Integrated Motor Assist (IMA), which is capable of delivering maximum power of 136 ps @ 6600 rpm and maximum torque of 19.4 kg-m for the 6-speed manual transmission and 135 ps @ 6600 rpm and maximum torque of 17.4 kg-m for the Continuously Variable transmission (CVT 7-speed mode with paddle shifters). The model comes in 3 variants: the Standard, the Modulo, and the Mugen; with each variant available in manual or CVT transmission. Retail prices for the different options are: Standard (Manual Transmission) Php 1,390,000 Standard (CVT with Paddle Shifters) Php 1,480,000 Modulo (Manual Transmission) Php 1,470,000 Modulo (CVT with Paddle Shifters) Php 1,560,000 MUGEN (Manual Transmission) Php 1,860,000 MUGEN (CVT with […]
Author’s Note: This article uses virtual reality technology to provide an immersive experience. Adobe Flash 10 or higher is required to view the 360-degree VRs. Average VR size is 2.5Mb each. January 7, 2009 saw Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. launch the all new City. The much anticipated 3rd generation Honda City, following the recent success of the new Jazz, completes Honda’s all i-VTEC line-up and reinforces its claim in the passenger car segment.