Honda Fit EV 2013 review

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Honda Fit EV 2013 review

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Honda has announced that the brand new 2013 Honda Fit EV model will be available from 20 July. This is the latest addition to the growing line of Honda vehicles that use alternative fuels, and which has obtained the certification of the largest ever in terms of consumption of EPA, which is equivalent to the consumption of 2.4 L/100km.

Based on the popular models of Fit and Fit Sport with five doors and five seats, the Fit EV is 100% electric vehicle that features 20kWh Li-Ion batteries and compact 123 hp AC synchronous electric motor that generates 252Nm of torque.


This efficient drive unit is mounted to the chassis with fully independent suspension, optional selection by the driver three driving modes. The result is very interesting to drive an electric model with a leading economy of exploitation and the estimated range of movement of a single charge of 130km. On-board charger allows the vehicle to connect with the traditional home feeder for power supply.

When connected to a 240V power supply voltage vehicle battery is charged in less than three hours.

Electric drive vehicles connected via coaxial gearbox which is characterized by high efficiency single-band transmission for moving forward. The three available modes drive system helps the driver to adjust the mode of running. Available ECON, NORMAL and SPORT modes and each brings a different style of driving.

Honda Fit EV offers a roomy interior for five people, which offers a high level of comfort and considerable flexibility. The vehicle is equipped with new analog and digital instruments that the driver always provide a clear view of energy use and the remaining number of miles that the driver can travel before it had to recharge the battery.

The vehicle is equipped with a wide range of standard active and passive safety features that are designed not only to protect the driver and passengers but also pedestrians and passengers in other vehicles.

Standard active safety features in the Honda Fit EV, the Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control, four-channel Anti-lock Braking System, ABS with EBD and a system for monitoring tire pressure.

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