Honda drops the monthly lease only price for the Fit EV to $259 while expanding the number of states and dealerships the car is available in.
Honda announces plans to offer its lease only Fit EV electric car in eastern states, but we wonder how much of a demand for it there really is.
The Honda Fit EV is set to roll into California and Oregon markets in a lease only buying option July 20, bringing with it a top dog adjusted combined mile-per-gallon-equivalency rating of 118 MPGe.
Honda’s upcoming Fit EV electric car is rated amongst the most fuel efficient ever by the EPA, scoring a miles-per-gallon equivalency of 118.
Green Car Reports takes a look at what it calls “compliance” battery electric cars, focused solely on meeting California regulations for zero-emission vehicles and not meant to sell in any kind of volume.
Honda has delivered the 2013 Fit EV to the Google campus and Stanford University for testing and feedback on battery-electric technology.
Honda gives a 2013 Fit EV to the city of Torrance, Calif., for testing before the car rolls out to the public in California and Oregon this summer.
Honda’s answer to the electric car is the Fit EV, debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show with a 100 mile estimated range and top speed of 90 MPH.