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2013 Honda CR-Z

2013 Scion tC

  2013 Honda CR-Z EX with Navigation 2013 Scion tC
MSRP
$19,975
$18,725
Invoice $19,028 $17,789
MPG
City/Highway
31/39 23/31
Rating
7.0
/ 10
TCC Rating
7.6
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TCC Rating
Bottom Line The 2013 Honda CR-Z is your best choice if you're looking for a two-seat hybrid sport coupe, but it doesn't excel in either handling or fuel economy. Read Full Review Not quite fast, and not quite nimble, the latest Scion tC is on its way to developing an interesting personality. Read Full Review
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Likes:

  • Best gas mileage of any coupe
  • Six-speed gearbox makes 'hybrid' sporty
  • New boost mode for 2013 adds pep
  • Excellent instrument-panel graphics

Dislikes:

  • Entire Prius range still gets better MPG
  • Rough-road ride can be jarring
  • CVT subtracts driving fun
  • Carries two people, but little luggage

Likes:

  • More tension in its styling
  • Smoother power from a big four
  • Ride quality is good for the size, class
  • Tune it up, right at the dealer

Dislikes:

  • Standard sunroof equals tight headroom for some
  • Lacks sharp driving feel
  • Dash materials are coarse, shiny
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