I am considering a 2010 CRZ as my first car. Any thoughts please? The other car I am looking at is a 2005 Toyota Prius.

Asked by Jul 07, 2017 at 05:36 AM about the 2011 Honda CR-Z

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CRZ is sportier, but smaller inside. Also consider the Lexus CT200h, it has the Prius power train, but is much nicer inside and looks better outside in my opinion.

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forget the Prius- do not even think about used hybrids- the Honda should be good- low miles? has it been maintained?

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jamnblues: Why should he disregard used hybrids, but still consider the CR-Z?

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H-man, did I blow it? is the CRZ a hybrid too? I hate it when that happens- I could be more careful and wiki search these things, but man, that would take a lot of time- I just like shooting from the hip, what fun! so I make mistakes- but I am not mistaken about used hybrids- manufacturing the battery packs is an ecological nightmare- disposing of the battery packs is an ecological nightmare- and the irony is that people buy these things to feel all cool and everything- because they feel all green and everything- this whole 21st Century automotive phenomenon is a great metaphor for ALL the illusions and delusions that the citizens of 1st World 21st Century societies labor under- thanks for asking

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