Most automakers have supported the White House’s proposed fuel efficiency rules , which would require cars to get 53 percent better fuel economy by 2025. Although that seems like it would require more hybrids and EVs, Automotive News reports that gasoline engines will continue to improved upon to achieve new rules. “Automakers will meet the standards by improving technology on the road today,” said Brendan Bell of the Clean Vehicles Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists .
Last week, the Obama Administration unveiled its proposed national fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards for Model Years 2017-2025 cars and light-duty trucks. Honda was among several other automakers supporting the White House’s ambitious new standards. “Honda has long been a leader in, and advocate for, reducing petroleum consumption and greenhouse gas emissions,” said John Mendel, American Honda Executive Vice President of Sales
Honda Automobiles: American Honda Statement on White House Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions StandardsBy Lynnwood Honda | Honda, Honda Blogger, Honda News, News and Events
Today, the Obama Administration announced its proposed national fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards for Model Years 2017-2025 cars and light-duty trucks.
Honda Automobiles: Statement Regarding Forthcoming White House Fuel Economy Announcement by John Mendel, Executive Vice President of Sales for…By Lynnwood Honda | Honda, Honda Blogger, Honda News, News and Events
Honda is proud to have actively worked with the Administration as they developed their proposed national fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards. Honda embraces this challenge, which will be good for our customers and for the environment, and we welcome the competition we will have with other automakers that will result from these new standards. – John Mendel, Executive Vice President of Sales, American Honda Motor Co., Inc
Filed under: Car Buying , Honda , Nissan , Toyota Japanese automakers are turning to new lease programs in an effort to lock down buyers who may stray to other automakers due to a lower-than-average supply of popular models. Toyota , Honda and Nissan are still in the process of restoring production to pre-earthquake levels, and as a result, buyers may not find the exact model they are looking for on dealer lots. Honda has authorized its dealers to extend current lease customers’ arrangements by up to six months