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2013 Honda Fit EV

CAR GARAGE | 2013 Honda Fit EV | The Honda Fit EV is based on the popular Fit hatchback and is a part of the company's Diverse portfolio of alternative fuel vehicles That includes gasoline-electric hybrid, plug-in hybrid, fuel cell, electric and natural gas-powered models. Honda unveiled the all-new 2013 Honda Fit EV at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, Announcing plans to begin leasing the city 123-mile per charge (76 mile range adjusted combined city / highway) commuter battery electric vehicle to its U.S. customers in the summer of 2012.

American Honda will begin leasing the Honda Fit EV to customers in select markets in California and Oregon summer of 2012, and will expand to six East Coast markets in early 2013. The Honda Fit EV's Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is $ 36.625 with an estimated lease priced at $ 399 a month.

The Honda Fit EV is designed to meet the needs of an average urban commuter, offering an estimated driving range of 123-miles on a single charge using the U.S. EPA city cycle test methods (Honda anticipates a combined city / highway 76 miles of EV range on the new Fuel Economy labels) 1. The Fit EV will be powered by a 20 kWh lithium-ion battery and a 92 kilowatt electric motor coaxial. Driving range of the Honda Fit EV can be Maximized by using Several innovative features, Including a 3 - mode electric drive system, adapted from the CR-Z Sport Hybrid.

Acceleration improves significantly when in Sport mode, adding to the Honda Fit EV's fun to drive nature. In Addition to the 3-mode driving system, the Honda Fit EV coaching includes interactive features designed to assist the driver in maximizing battery performance and driving range. The power meter alerts the driver to optimal driving conditions. The 6.6 kW, 32 amp on-board charger allows for convenient recharging of the Honda Fit EV. At launch timing, Honda will have a preferred Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) charging suppliers.

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