Description: The United States Environmental Protection Agency has released their official fuel economy figures for the 2013 Honda Fit EV and the Japanese hatchback has posted one some incredible numbers. The most...
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Phillip Holbrook Jun 09, 2012
And they mention the leaf on the next page of the article.
Phillip Holbrook Jun 09, 2012
No the Prius isn't electric completely it still uses a motor primarily. None of these vehicles even have a gas motor.
Jack Howard Jun 07, 2012
No its mpge just doesnt compare with these and enither does the leaf i guess
Phillip Holbrook Jun 07, 2012
Actually scratch that, these are electric only which is why the Volt isn't even mentioned.
Phillip Holbrook Jun 07, 2012
Prius isn't mostly electric like these cars, it's still mostly gas.
Nikkoh Mendoza Jun 07, 2012
Typo- production*
Sam Oglesby Jun 07, 2012
Hmmm don't see that crappy horrible Prius anywhere
Raymond Reynoso Jun 07, 2012
I'd drive this crap on my morning commute everyday, save a ton of cash
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
No! Prius is way worse IMO
Zachary Fix Jun 07, 2012
It looks wort than the Prius o
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
For a small car it isn't bad
Description: The more well-known Nissan Leaf is rated at only 99MPGe. In addition to the having the best-ever MPGe rating, the new Honda Fit EV also claims a best-in-class 82-mile range and can be quickly recharge...
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Phillip Holbrook Jun 09, 2012
I think the general public isn't ready for hydrogen technology yet. It has had too many catastrophic failures, and granted we have come a hell of a long way it's hard to overcome public opinion.
Jack Howard Jun 07, 2012
Yes me too. We need to pursue hydrogen technology more but i do believe that electric vehicles will also have a place in our future. And they will get better just like many other products and just like how the beginning gas motors got better with tim
Hektor Yberg Jun 07, 2012
I dont have any problems with evs. But evs are not going to be even close to normal cars running on gas in our lifetime! Instead I think we will need to compromise and use hydrogen cars which kind of does what evs are supposed to do without a bad
Henz Herrero Jun 07, 2012
Ya i for one is really looking forward to EVs.. Painful to run my rdx on 93 and only get 17mpgs.. And now that gas is expected to hit 4.50 before thanksgiving..
Jack Howard Jun 07, 2012
I wish people would stop bagging on EV. We have to start sometime and somewhere with electric motors and yes they will be crappy, just like everything else in its early stages
Phillip Holbrook Jun 07, 2012
Wow the electric motor has more HP and torque than the gas motor in the fit.
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
Yea and the mpg on this is what 5x ur trucks at least
Sam Oglesby Jun 07, 2012
3 hours recharge can recharge my deisel in 15 mins for a range of 600 miles
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
That's pretty good, best range and mpg
Description: The Fit EV is priced at $36,625, though they are charging a $770 delivery fee. To make things more confusing, Honda isn't actually selling the EV. They are leasing it for about $399 a month over ...
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Da Stig Jun 08, 2012
Why pay for gas if u could pay Honda 400 bucks a month
Hans Wangsness Jun 07, 2012
@jack shouldn't you stop making hasty generalizations?
Jack Howard Jun 07, 2012
Shouldnt Europe be driving EVs since their gas prices are so high and shouldnt we be making more clean diesels since our country drives longer distances?
Henz Herrero Jun 07, 2012
Wow i like the thought of never seeing the gas pumps anymore.. But u prolly still need a small suv for out of state drives..
Phillip Holbrook Jun 07, 2012
82 miles isn't shabby, you could drive 35-38 miles to work and back. That's respectable if you just used it as a work car. Then you could have your weekend toys, the truck, the muscle car, motorcycle whatever.
Dylan Bruder Jun 07, 2012
If you were to get your full range of 82 miles then sure but it would be much more practical to get a 50+ mpg diesel economy car so you don't have to stop constantly ev's only work for around city or people with short commutes
Jerrod Swenson Jun 07, 2012
The lease is nice because you don't have to worry about battery costs and a soft selling market after. Along with easier recalls if it gets all flame happy.
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
But still this is better in mpg by far
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
Nvr min that, for some reason I though u said deasil truck :/
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
And this gets what 5x the mpg
Sam Oglesby Jun 07, 2012
$400 a month cheaper to get a high economy deisel
Matt Piccolo Jun 07, 2012
Sounds like a regular price for an ev... Leaf is like 40k isn't it