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The years available stretch from 2011 through to 2014 and by clicking a link you can view the different battery types for each trim.
The Honda CR-Z has sat in the booming compact crossover SUV market since the mid-1990s.
It was only this century that the market really grew and almost every major automobile manufacturer released their own versions to take advantage of it.
Alongside this was the Toyota RAV4 that was also released at the same time and went under the same transformation during its life.
Both car manufacturers realized that they need to move away from being seen as a utility vehicle that lacked comfort and safety features to attract the masses.
So the RAV4 and CR-Z quickly loaded up with infotainment systems, driver aids and styled the outside to appeal to the average car buyer.
Sales exploded for both cars and the CR-Z now sells more than 300,000 units worldwide each year since 2013.
Off-road capability was reduced in favour of lighter mechanical parts due to customers rarely leaving the road and fuel-economy becoming an important factor when buying a car.
Safety ratings went from "acceptable" to almost full marks in the most recent fifth-generation released in 2017.
The Honda CR-Z only slightly feel back on the rollover test and lost just 1 star from being perfect - common with SUVs of all sizes.