Last week, the first Clarity Fuel Cell was delivered to the United States, bringing with it the beginning of a new stage in Honda’s plan to cut down on CO2 emissions. According to hondanews.com, “the Clarity Fuel Cell has the highest EPA driving range rating of any zero-emission vehicles in America, including fuel cell and battery electric vehicles, with a 366-mile rage rating and a fuel economy rating of 68 combined MPGe (miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent).” The five-seat sedan comes with $15,000 worth of hydrogen fuel and is being priced at $369 a month. Starting in California, and expanding dealerships and fuel stations, as well as introducing two more Clarity models, Honda is continuing its quest to reduce its total CO2 emissions by 50 percent by 2050. For more information, you can read the full press release here, and for more information on our current lineup of green vehicles, please feel free to contact us on our website.

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