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2011 Honda CR-Z Base 2dr Man

2011 Honda CR-Z
Trim Info:
Front Wheel Drive, 2 Door Coupe, Two Seater
31 mpg city / 37 mpg hwy
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Technical Specifications

Technical Data
Body Style:
2 Door Coupe
Drivetrain:
Front Wheel Drive
EPA Classification:
Two Seater
Passenger Capacity:
2
Base Curb Weight (lbs):
2670
EPA Fuel Economy Est - City (MPG):
31
EPA Fuel Economy Est - Hwy (MPG):
37
Displacement:
1.5L/- TBD -
SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM:
122 @ 6000
SAE Net Torque @ RPM:
128 @ 1000 - 1500
Trans Description Cont.:
Manual
Suspension Type - Front:
MacPherson Strut
Suspension Type - Rear:
Torsion Beam
Front Tire Size:
P195/55VR16
Rear Tire Size:
P195/55VR16
Spare Tire Size:
Compact
Front Wheel Size (in):
16 x 6
Rear Wheel Size (in):
16 x 6
Front Wheel Material:
Aluminum
Rear Wheel Material:
Aluminum
Brake ABS System:
4-Wheel
Disc - Front (Yes or ):
Yes
Disc - Rear (Yes or ):
Yes
Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in):
- TBD - x - TBD -
Wheelbase (in):
95.8
Length, Overall (in):
160.6
Advanced Technical Data
Fuel Economy Est-Combined (MPG):
34
Trans Type:
6
First Gear Ratio (:1):
3.14
Second Gear Ratio (:1):
1.87
Third Gear Ratio (:1):
1.30
Fourth Gear Ratio (:1):
1.05
Fifth Gear Ratio (:1):
0.85
Sixth Gear Ratio (:1):
0.69
Reverse Ratio (:1):
3.31
Final Drive Axle Ratio (:1):
4.11
Spare Wheel Size (in):
Compact
Spare Wheel Material:
Steel
Steering Type:
Electric Pwr Rack & Pinion
Brake Type:
Pwr
Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in):
- TBD - x - TBD -
Width, Max w/o mirrors (in):
68.5


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