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2013 Honda Fit EV: Drive

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What is it?

This is Honda’s variant of the Fit. and it injects needed attitude into entry-level hatch.

Honda the 20-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery powers a coaxial motor to 116 mpg-e. It runs in three normal and sport. The car costs including destination, and the lease is estimated to be about $399 a

The Fit EV has an estimated 76-mile range, to the EPA s adjusted scale.

Revealed at the Los auto show in production the car launches this summer in and Oregon for leases. It will be available in East Coast in early 2013. Honda a three-year volume of 1,100

What is it like to drive?

like a Fit on Viagra. We sampled it on a course at Twin Motegi in and electricity jolts Honda’s hatch with a newfound the conventional model lacks in circumstances. The electric powertrain is and the transmission is efficient and smooth. The is strong from launch and is respectable.

The regenerative brakes are a bit but not annoying. Otherwise, it drives and like a Fit, which is robust for such a small The chassis is tight, the body is and it handles medium speeds

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Do I want it?

Surprisingly, yes. The Fit toes the line of feeling at times. We know we had one as part of our fleet for a year. But it is a lot of fun to drive in circumstances, and when you delete the four-cylinder for a silky electric suddenly enthusiasts and green-car alike have reason to it out.

The prowess and efficiency overshadow the faults of the Fit. Remember, is an electric built on an established In this new age of EVs with questionable and sometimes unproven technology, means something.

Consumers have to pay for electric technology, and the $40,000-price range even such as Coda are charging, the on this is reasonable. Still, the Volt feels more and substantial, even though not all electric.

What’s the best deal? could be the BMW ActiveE, which can be for about $499 a month a down payment. It’s a bit but it’s a 1-series, which by trumps the Fit.

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