Less than 25000 so I can afford one and buy it. Hearing me Honda?????
Exactly. Mine was a blast to drive, I would spend every other summer night just cruising around in it, had lots of memories with my CRX.People bought them because the were fun, and affordable. Let's hope they keep these two factors in line when the CRZ arrives.
DON'T GIVE THE DEALERS MORE THAN STICKER!!! Those guys are crooks! We're stupid if we pay more than sticker. Especially in these hard economic times. Honda will price the car for what the market will bear, and only greedy dealers will have an addendum to the MSRP. I sold Honda's in the early 1990's and people would pay $5,000.00 over sticker just for a green color car. I never understood why. :huh:The CRZ is an econbox with style. It will not be more than $25K, I think the base model will be $22K, but dealers will want an extra $2000 to $4000 during the first 6 months it's out.
Honda would be smart to create a DX/HF/SI lineup like the CRX had: DX would be a very basic standard model (starting around $19k and ~40mpg), HF could have more options as well as gearing for MPG's at the expense of acceleration (starting around $21k and ~44 mpg), and an SI with the 2.0L drivetrain from the civic SI, sport suspension wheels and tires, and hybrid (IMA) of course, to achieve excellent peformance and RELATIVELY good MPG for a sporty car (starting around $24k and ~36 mpg). I would opt for the SI, and I hope Honda is reading this