I've been seeing his pop up as well I get asked about mine all the time, and there seems to be genuine interest, but I seriously doubt 4 million of them were sold since production... If nothing else, our cars will be even more rare with them discontinuing it
Come to think of it, why do a model update in 2016 if they are just going to nix any future CR-Z's?
This was the first thing I thought, Super. Although it might go toward explaining why the Z didn't get the new "Honda Standard" radio in the '16.
We should all know by now that those making automotive decisions don't live on our planet. Mercedes C-111? Four-rotor Wankel Corvette? The new Supra? and dozens of other un-kept, unkempt manufacturers' promises.
Nice to see the "Final Label" placard mounted with such high-quality and attractive effing pop rivets. Kind of sums up the CR-Z's life story right there. I guess we should swell with pride that it appears the label might be put on straight.
Auto manufacturers are required to manufacture and stock parts for ten years after the last vehicle rolls off the assembly line.
buy all the front ends, pumps, hoses cables, internals. all of it so we can keep our cars running for 25 years. then they'll be "classic"
but does that mean i have to buy back up hpd parts? since those arent "stock"? xD