Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) has introduced the CR-Z IMA Final Edition. With this, the company urges interested individuals to make their reservations as they will only accept orders until July 31, 2016.
The new CR-Z IMA Final Edition still boasts its unmistakable silhouette highlighted by its low-slung design and sharp character lines giving it a sporty look. Embellished with a Final Edition sticker, this coupe will come in the colors Brilliant Sporty Blue Metallic and Polished Metal Metallic (per order basis).
But if you want a little bit more of exclusivity, adding P30,000 will get you the 2-tone color schemes such as Helios Yellow Pearl, Milano Red, and Premium White Pearl. These will be complemented with a black roof, side view mirrors, A- and B-pillar, and tailgate.
The black leather wrapped interior has a modern and expansive cockpit which features a new push start system and an electric parking brake. It also has a 7-inch touchscreen which also serves as a navigation system and a display for the multi-view reverse camera.
Giving life to this sports hybrid coupe is a 1.5L i-VTEC engine and an Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) Hybrid System. This is mated to either a 6-speed manual transmission or a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). It also comes with a 3-Mode Drive System which allows the driver to choose between ECON, Normal, and Sports. In addition, the CR-Z IMA Final Edition comes with a Plus Sport button which gives the vehicle a sudden boost in performance.
The CR-Z IMA Final Edition manual variant is priced at P1,440,000 while the CVT model has a sticker price of P1,530,000.
For more information about the new Honda CR-Z IMA Final Edition, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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