|2015 Honda CRZ||2015 Honda Civic|
|6.5 l/100km||City Fuel Efficiency||7.8 l/100km|
|6.0 l/100km||Highway Fuel Efficiency||6.0 l/100km|
|130 HP||Horsepower||143 HP|
|25.1 cu. ft.||Cargo Capacity||11.7 cu. ft.|
2015 Honda CRZ vs 2015 Honda Civic
The Honda brand is committed to manufacturing well-designed vehicles focused on both safety and fuel efficiency. While everyone likes their vehicles to be safe and efficient, another oft-demanded necessity in the automotive world is sportiness. People like their vehicles to look stylish, to look fast and, often, move fast. So Honda worked tirelessly to create a combination of these things, building one of the first sport-hybrid vehicles in the industry. We wanted to take a look at just how this sport-hybrid vehicle could compare to the most popular car in Canada, so we pitted the 2015 Honda CRZ vs 2015 Honda Civic.
Differences between 2015 Honda CRZ, Civic
While the 2015 Honda Civic is one of our favorite vehicles in the entire industry, and obviously one of Canada’s as well considering it was the best-selling passenger car in the country for the past 17 years running, the fairly new 2015 Honda CRZ is actually better than the Civic in a few ways. Let’s first take a look at power, considering the CRZ is a sporty vehicle. The standard Civic might not have a sport of a design, but it does actually have a 13-horsepower leg up on the CRZ. But city fuel efficiency is where the sport-hybrid vehicle gets its nod, utilizing 1.3 l/100km less.
Another big advantage that the 2015 Honda CRZ has over the 2015 Honda Civic is its amount of cargo space. It might be a sport-hybrid vehicle, but it’s also a compact hatchback, meaning it has a lot more space in its cargo area. In fact, it has an extra 13.4 cubic feet in its area, which can accommodate a lot more of your stuff and is more than double the Honda Civic’s. Schedule a test drive for either online today!