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2011 Honda CR-Z Receives Car of the Month Award

COSTA MESA, Calif., Feb. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

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•NADAguides, the leading provider of vehicle pricing and information, names the all-new 2011 gasoline-electric "sport-hybrid" Honda CR-Z the NADAguides Car of the Month for February 2011.

•The 2011 Honda CR-Z was selected as the NADAguides Car of the Month based on the quality of both interior and exterior engineering, as well as fuel efficiency, safety features, value and its ability to redefine the standards for the hybrid industry by pairing performance and efficiency with Honda's 3-Mode Drive System.

•The market analysts at NADAguides saw an 89 percent increase in consumer interest for the 2011 Honda CR-Z on NADAguides.com in the fourth quarter of 2010; representing the largest increase in traffic for its segment.

•Website data also showed that the 2011 Honda CR-Z maintained an upward trend through December 2010, while the competitors in this segment (Scion tC, Mini Cooper, Ford Fiesta, Kia Forte Koup and the Mazda3) saw interest decline from the third to the fourth quarter of 2010.

•Honda's tagline for the two-seater CR-Z is "Complete Opposites in Complete Harmony" and the market analysts at NADAguides could not agree more. Honda has built the perfect oxymoron in the automotive industry: exciting performance with excellent fuel efficiency of 34 miles per gallon (MPG) combined. The CR-Z sport hybrid comes with exciting features such as the 3-Mode Drive System, Bluetooth®, Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™, Idle Stop Feature and a 6-speed manual transmission.

•With a starting price of $19,345, the Honda CR-Z offers consumers great performance and features for an incredible and affordable value.

2011 Honda CR-Z Receives Top Honors as the NADAguides Car of... -- COSTA MESA, Calif., Feb. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
 

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:thumbsup: They really get it dont they? I wish Honda had done a better job of getting the message out there though. I love "complete opposites in complete harmony" but hadn't heard it before reading this.
 
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