Honda’s CR-Z, described by the automaker as a Sport Hybrid Coupe even though it’s neither sporty nor a coupe, looks to finally be on its way out.
Honda recently unveiled the CR-Z Final Label for the Japanese market and it’s likely we’ll see something similar in the United States, or perhaps it will just go out quietly.
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It’s not like anyone will notice. Year-to-date sales of the CR-Z total less than a 1,000 units, despite an update for the latest model year.
The CR-Z Final Label gets a few special touches such as 17-inch alloys with a matte finish, an exclusive metallic blue exterior option, and “Final Label” embroidery on the seats. The car’s cabin is also equipped with some of the CR-Z’s top trim options.
No changes were made to the powertrain, in this case a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder and electric motor combo. With the standard six-speed manual you get 130 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque. Opt for the CVT and you get the same hp figure but only 127 lb-ft of torque.