April 30, 2012
Since I won't be driving the CR-Z, I was the back seat passenger - well, I wouldn't call the rear seat of CR-Z as a seat. Even children will have a tough time fitting themselves in the rear seats. I placed my body on the right side of the rear seat, while my legs were in the left rear footwell, and my head moved forward and in downward position. I wouldn't say this is a bad thing for the CR-Z, since Honda already announced that the CR-Z is a 2+2seater, not 4.
I can't comment on how the CR-Z performance and handling are, but Tony said it is more powerful than his manual Persona.When Tony floored the pedal, I can feel the surge that I had never felt in a hybrid car! This must be one of the most powerful hybrid (at least in Malaysia!) available and also affordable to the buyers! My first impression on the manual CR-Z is promising, and hopefully the automatic transmission CR-Z will be as good to drive as well.
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Penned by SiMon Har at 4/30/2012 08:00:00 pm