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Retail price £7,895 Finance from £170 per month
Honda CRZ 1.5 IMA GT Hybrid 3dr Coupe +40

Year 2010

Transmission Manual

Mileage 44,527

Fuel type Hybrid

Engine size 1497

Retail price £4,000 Finance from £74 per month
Honda CRZ 1.5 IMA Sport Hybrid 3dr +9

Year 2010

Transmission Manual

Mileage 89,809

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size 1497

Retail price £4,980 Finance from £98 per month
Honda CRZ 1.5 I-VTEC IMA S 3DR 113 BHP +42

Year 2010

Transmission Manual

Mileage 65,402

Fuel type Other

Engine size 1.5

Retail price £7,440 Finance from £159 per month
Honda CRZ 1.5 IMA GT 3dr SAT/NAV,PANROOF,LEATHER +19
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Year 2011

Transmission Manual

Mileage 48,000

Fuel type Hybrid

Engine size 1497

Retail price £5,950 Finance from £122 per month
Honda CRZ 1.5 I-VTEC IMA SPORT 3d 113 BHP +75

Year 2010

Transmission Manual

Mileage 59,000

Fuel type Other

Engine size 1.5

Retail price £5,950 Finance from £122 per month
Honda CRZ 1.5 I-VTEC IMA SPORT 3d 113 BHP +52

Year 2011

Transmission Manual

Mileage 58,437

Fuel type Other

Engine size 1.5

Retail price £5,880 Finance from £120 per month
Honda CRZ 1.5 I-VTEC IMA SPORT 3d 113 BHP +25

Year 2011

Transmission Manual

Mileage 54,378

Fuel type Other

Engine size 1.5

Retail price £5,995 Finance from £123 per month

Year 2011

Transmission Manual

Mileage 57,631

Fuel type Hybrid

Engine size 1497

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Why buy a used Honda CR-Z with Exchange and Mart?

There are certain ideas that seem to gain real traction with the car buying public and then there are ideas like the Honda CR-Z. On paper, it seemed to have a lot going for it. Launched at a time when wasteful, costly to run sports coupes were apparently going out of fashion fast, strangled by the global economic crisis, the CR-Z was a lightweight hybrid that ought to have cleaned up. Trouble was, it was roundly ignored by the British public and catching sight of one these days is a rare treat. While it was a flop as a new car, does the CR-Z make the grade as a used car buy?

About the Honda CR-Z

The revisions to the late Honda CR-Z don't actually do a whole lot to alter its appeal. It's still a car that's not very fast but which is surprisingly good fun to drive. Were it rear wheel drive, it might have become a bit of a favourite amongst tuners but it remains a bit of an oddity in a market where conventionally powered cars have eroded the economy advantage of this hybrid. Yes, the CR-Z might get a quoted combined fuel economy figure of 56mpg, but when a 1854bhp SEAT Leon diesel can quite easily better this economy showing, you begin to wonder what the point of the CR-Z is. That is until you drive it and realise that there's a beautiful delicacy and tactility to it that's utterly lacking from the mallet-like response of a turbodiesel. What's more, when buying used the CR-Z makes even more sense. Whereas many turbodiesel cars will have already racked up big mileages and are looking at a costly new set of injectors, the CR-Z is incredibly economical and most used examples will have only covered very modest mileages. This is a car for those who appreciate the esoterica of car design, who love the nuances of detailed engineering. In other words it's extremely Honda. For some, that will be more than enough.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 14.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed rate of interest of 14.9%, you would pay £163.87 per month. Total charge for credit will be £1,865.76 and total amount repayable is £7,865.76