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Old 08 Jul 2011, 01:01 am
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Default I really like 1990 honda crx car but i want something more modern but looks the same , any ideas?

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this is what it looks like (:
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Old 08 Jul 2011, 01:16 am
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The CR-Z favors the CRX a bit
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Old 08 Jul 2011, 01:31 am
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The CRX is truly a one-of-a-kind car. There has not been a single newer car that has been able to capture the styling characteristics, handling, or go-kart feel of the CRX.































The closest that you will get is with the Honda CRZ. From a looks standpoint, it is the closest thing to a CRX that you will find. It is slightly more bulky than the CRX and not quite as nimble. Classified as a sports hybrid, it is economical as well as modern. The CRZ isn't for everyone, but it could be a good option.
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Old 08 Jul 2011, 01:46 am
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Sorry to break it to ya but they just don't maje 'em like they used to. I can't tell you how many Honda fans, myself included, despise the CR-Z. I test drove one and when I floored the pedal in this "sport hybrid", I threw up in my mouth a little. The old CRX Si would eat it alive as would cars that aren't even fast like a Corolla S. Other than that, there isn't a whole lot out there that is similar. If you want something modern, light, good on gas and priced reasonably, get a Miata. It is nimble and light just like your CRX although not quite the same gas mileage. It doesn't look the same either but they do look good. I'd say that's your best bet though. There isn't really a lot available. If you're into hatchbacks, maybe check out the Fiat 500 or the new CR-Z if you like it. The Golf TDI is another good bet. They look pretty good IMO and are one of the few modern cars that get fuel economy rivaling your CRX. I hope that helped. I don't like to be the bearer of bad news but new cars for the most part suck. My newest car is a 1994 civic and it's not because I can't afford anything else. Just because I can't justify spending new car type of money on something I am not really that enthusiastic about when my current car runs well and gets better gas mileage anyway.































Almost forgot, the new mini coopers are pretty cool and priced decently.
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