At the ongoing SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Honda CR-Z is something most auto enthusiasts were eagerly awaiting, specially since it comes with a new Honda Performance Division (HPD) package. This is what has ensured a faster CR-Z with the vehicle offering 185 hp and 169 lb/ft torque. Suspension, brakes and wheel/tyre package has also been enhanced.
Along with Honda CR-Z, 2013 Honda Accord Coupe HFP is also displayed, which is expected to hit dealer showrooms by early spring. The limited edition HFP performance edition of the 2012 Accord Coupe has no power upgrades but a host of other accessories that make it a worthwhile drive. For starters, there are the 19” alloy wheels and rear decklid spoiler, a unique sport suspension that lowers car by 15mm and also enhances handling capabilities. Body enhancements are seen in the front fascia, side sills and rear bumper while there are a number of HFP badges seen on its exterior and interior.
Accord coupe with its new HFP package will be available both with four and six cylinder engines though only restricted to 500 numbers offered as a $4,650 option package in addition to cost of installation. The HFP package in keeping with the Honda Genuine Accessories comes with a 3 year/36000 mile limited warranty.