2016 Honda CR-Z
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Both the 2016 Honda CR-Z and the 2016 Mini Cooper are small, sporty, hatchback cars that promise serious efficiency. Which one will you choose here in the Frankfort and Orland Park, IL area? You can find a detailed side-by-side comparison below!

Powertrains and Performance

Sure, you want both power and efficiency in a small car like this. So which one offers the best combination? The 2016 Honda CR-Z does because it uses a hybrid gas-electric powertrain that earns an EPA estimated 36 mpg city/39 mpg highway/37 mpg combined*. The 2016 Mini Cooper two-door coupe earns a 28 mpg city/39 mpg highway/32 mpg combined estimated from the EPA.

Warranty Coverage

You probably also want your powertrain backed by extensive warranty coverage. The 2016 Honda CR-Z offers more with a 60 month/60,000 mile powertrain warranty. You only get a total of 48-months/50,000-miles of powertrain coverage for every 2016 Mini Cooper.

Features and Options

While you might think that the 2016 Mini Cooper is a more premium option in this comparison, the 2016 Honda CR-Z simply comes better equipped. It gets features that the Cooper lacks, including:

  • Hill start assist
  • Active head restraints
  • Rearview camera
  • Paddle shifters (on CVT equipped models)

Cargo and Cabin Space

The 2016 Honda CR-Z beats the 2016 Mini Cooper when you’re trying to pack your bags. The Honda offers 25.1 cubic feet of cargo space, while the Cooper only rates at 8.7 cubic feet. The Honda CR-Z also offers more front leg and shoulder room than the Cooper.

Visit Community Honda of Orland Park Today

The Honda CR-Z is available here at Community Honda of Orland Park. We’re a quick trip from Frankfort and anywhere else in the Chicagoland area here at 8340 W. 159th St. in Orland Park, and we’re happy to let you test drive the CR-Z or any other current Honda model today!


*36 city/39 highway/37 combined mpg rating. Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.