11 Jun 2012
When it comes to electric cars, the automotive world measures their fuel efficiency in MPGe, which stands for miles per gallon equivalent. The new Honda Fit has just been thoroughly tested by the EPA, who hands out the official MPG scores of all vehicles in the US. The Honda Fit EV has just been given a rating of 118 combined MPGe (132 MPGe city and 105 MPGe highway), the best of any other EV currently available.
As if this didn’t make the Honda Fit EV superior enough, a single charge takes the driver 82 miles which beats them all out as well. This electric vehicles uses a 92 kilowatt motor to drive the front wheels, with a 20 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack to store electricity. When combined with the overall comfort and pleasing stylings, the Honda Fit comes out the clear winner in best electric vehicles. Leasing programs will begin soon and some markets will be able to buy the car in the beginning of 2013.
To find out how you can be among the first to get your hands on one, or to take a look at any Honda vehicle, contact Lynnwood Honda.
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