2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Featured Honda Test Drive Reviews 

No Compromises: 2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid Review

It’s ok if you’ve never heard of a Honda Clarity. This name was first introduced on the Honda FCX Clarity, which was a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle built from 2008 through 2014. This innovative car was available by lease only in Southern California, and Honda only leased out 46 of them in that time. A second-generation model, now called the Honda Clarity, launched in 2017, but it too was limited to certain areas of California and to leasing customers only. For 2018, Honda has expanded the lineup for this…

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Hybrid, Plug-in, Electric: What’s The Difference?

To paraphrase Mark Twain, “the reports of the internal combustion engine’s death have been greatly exaggerated.” Nevertheless, automotive manufacturers are continuing to evolve vehicle powertrain technology. Many are embracing gasoline-electric hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, while others are actually throwing petroleum out the window and focusing solely on electric power. As a result, automobiles are entering a new age of efficiency. Fuel economy figures for petroleum-burning engines continue to soar to new heights, while battery packs are now able to power electric motors for more than 100 miles between charges….

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The Government Will Give You Money To Drive These Vehicles

Does it feel like you’re paying too much in taxes? Then get some of that money back by purchasing an electric or plug-in electric hybrid vehicle. In order to encourage consumer adoption of these high-efficiency automobiles, the United States government is willing to throw some extra cash on the hood of your new EV or PHEV car or truck in the form of a tax credit of up to $7,500. Of course, the U.S. government won’t be offering this incentive forever, so take advantage of this enticement while you still…

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Official: Cadillac prices the 2014 ELR coupe starting at $75,995

Cadillac revealed a new plug-in electric vehicle with a range extender at this year’s Detroit Auto Show in January. Prepared to go on sale in January of 2014, the new 2014 Cadillac ELR starts at $75,995, which is quite the pretty penny for what is more or less a far more attractive Chevrolet Volt with two doors cut off. Powered by the same 16.5-kWh lithium-ion battery and electric motors, the 2014 Cadillac ELR also receives its range-extending assistance from the same 1.4L gasoline generator. Based on the performance of the…

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