2011 Honda CR-Z User Reviews
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Took it on a trip the first weekend, and, in econ mode, got 41 mpg while driving 75 to 80 mph. The secret is to take your time getting up to speed and to be very smooth with the gas pedal. Momentum is key! Wife drives it as a daily driver and likes playing with the "leafs" trying to get 4.5 to 5 leafs. This make driving it fun all while averaging around 36 mpg in city driving. Car runs 80 to 90 mph effortlessly, and feels super stable at any speed. Sport mode is fun, but don't use it much, because if I wanted a ture sports car, I'd still have my Vette. ! Love this car!!! And it gets people looking, too. (Note: I had the old CRX HF back in the early 90s--which this car seems derived from, but that car seemed about a thousand pounds lighter with about half the horsepower. Sure it got 50 to 60 mpg, but felt light, unstable, and DANGEROUS to drive.)
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