2010 Geneva Auto Show: Honda CR-Z

The European CR-Z hybrid coupe is making its world debut in Geneva these days. Honda also took advantage of the event and announced UK pricing for the vehicle, available for ordering starting March 5, 2010. The world’s first sporty hybrid coupe, as the Japanese carmaker likes to call it, will be available in three equipment grades: S, Sport, and GT.

All grades will feature three driving modes, which allow the drivers to adapt the settings of the car to suit their needs, such as maximizing economy or to dash in and out of traffic.

Standard equipment that can be found on all equipment levels include six airbags, active headrests, Vehicle Stability Assist. All models also come fitted with Climate Control, 6-speaker CD player and an engine start button.

S grades, priced at £16,999 OTR get heated door mirrors, rear dimming mirror, electric windows, daytime running lights, Shift Indicator Light (SIL) and auxiliary socket. Meanwhile, for £17,999, the Sport grades add additional ambient lighting, alloy pedals, cruise control, leather gear shift, multi function steering wheel, parking sensors, privacy glass, 240W premium audio system, boot-mounted subwoofer and USB port for MP3 players.

Top grade GT models, priced at £19,999 OTR, are equipped with the above, plus full leather upholstery and heated front seats, panoramic glass roof, HID Xenon headlights, Hands-Free Telephone (HFT), and automatic headlights and wipers. GT models are available with optional DVD Satellite Navigation.
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