you're so polite, "slightly slower" hahaha. its actually much slower than a FD2R. 2 seconds is very long on a race track.. even more so when its close to 20.I would go for CR-Z, drives like a 1.8...even got quite an impressive record in Sepang Best lap time...slightly slower than a FD2R if
I didn't remember wrongly...design wise also look better...lots of modification parts for Honda..
Drove 2 cars before, both belongs to friends, I must say CRZ is the winner in everything, power wise must put in SPORT mode, handling, interior, looks, all top notch. Except one thing, CRZ is only for 2 people, the back seat can only fit BABY hahaIn term of performance....which one better??
Haha! I don't quite remember how many seconds lower but not less than 10 seconds. Just put slightly will be safe comment LOL!you're so polite, "slightly slower" hahaha. its actually much slower than a FD2R. 2 seconds is very long on a race track.. even more so when its close to 20.
2 very different cars. its like comparing an apple to an orange and ask which tastes better :stupid:
Thanks bro!the FD2R on average is in the range of 2:30 - 2:40's while CRZ is on the high 2:50's, a 10-20 second gap is not just slightly slower
Hehe...Chevy Cruze looks like it packs a wallop but.........................:rolleyes:hahahaha....for me, the look of the CRZ hints performance.......
On the other hand, Proton Tiara look would be of zero performance......
Anyway, there are some equally exciting cars out there in terms of performance...if you dont mind them as 2nd hand cars.
Got to agree with that...Looks damn powerful...but...:*sigh*Hehe...Chevy Cruze looks like it packs a wallop but.........................:rolleyes:
interested in this, any source to back this up?IMHO you just need to test drive both cars and decide yourself .
The CR-Z is heavier but it's more powerful .
The Swift is lighter , hence you feel its more powerful than the CR-Z .
For comfort & stability , i myself prefer the CR-Z .
But keep in mind , maintenance wise , CR-Z is more expensive .
It's a hybrid , which means , i think after 4-5 yrs , u need to replace the batt & etc etc which can amount to 7-8k .
So go figure :)
Just my 2cents :)