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Honda Announces 2017 Clarity Fuel Cell Lease Pricing at $369 a Month

•Five-passenger, zero-emissions fuel cell vehicle to launch in California this year offers competitive lease pricing wîth attractive 20,000 annual mileage allowance
•Úp to $15,000 of hydrogen fuel for the three-year lease duration
•24/7 roadside assistance included
•Luxury car rental program through Avis included

TORRANCE, Calif.
– Honda today announced a competitive introductory lease price of $369 a month for 36 months (plus tax) for the Clarity Fuel Cell sedan, which is coming to dealerships in California by the end of 2016. The lease requires $2,499 plus first month's payment at lease signing (not including tax, registration or official fees). The lease terms include an attractive mileage allowance of 20,000 per year, up to $15,000 of hydrogen fuel, up to 21 days of an Avis Luxury Rental in California, and 24/7 roadside assistance.

'Launching the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell at an affordable lease price will enable more consumers to enjoy the benefits of this spacious and well-equipped fuel cell vehicle,' said Steve Center, vice president of the Environmental Business Development Office at American Honda Motor Co., Inc. 'With an EPA driving range rating of 366 miles, fast refueling and a growing network of hydrogen stations in key California markets, the Clarity Fuel Cell offers an experience on par wîth traditional gasoline vehicles.'

Retail leasing will be available to residents who live or work near Honda's network of 12 approved fuel cell vehicle dealerships located in select California markets. This network includes six dealerships in Southern California, five in the Bay Area and one in Sacramento. Honda will further develop its dealer network as consumer friendly hydrogen fueling stations become available.

The Clarity Fuel Cell received an EPA driving range rating of 366 miles and fuel economy rating of 68 MPGe (miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent) combined, giving it the best range rating of any zero-emission vehicle, which includes fuel cell and all-electric cars, in the Únited States.

Customers interested in the Clarity Fuel Cell are encouraged to visit http://automobiles.honda.com/clarity, where they can receive more information and sign up for the opportunity to become a Clarity Fuel Cell customer.

About the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

Technological innovations to the Clarity Fuel Cell have created a fuel cell stack that is 33 percent more compact than its predecessor wîth a 60 percent increase in power density compared to the outgoing Honda FCX Clarity. The more compact fuel cell and integrated powertrain, comparable in size to a V-6 engine, now fits entirely under the hood of the car, allowing for a more spacious cabin wîth seating for five passengers. The Clarity Fuel Cell features a class-leading driving range rating for zero-emission vehicles wîth its EPA range rating of 366 miles, wîth a refueling time of approximately three to five minutes.

Vital Stats

As the next progression in Honda's dynamic FCV styling, the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell features a low, wide aerodynamic body wîth clean character lines. The interior achieves a refined and harmonious experience using rich materials and intuitive, streamlined controls. Additional features include the Honda Sensing™ suite of safety and driver assistive technologies, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ for smartphone connectivity, distinctive LED exterior lighting and 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels. The Clarity Fuel Cell will be available in Crystal Black Pearl, White Orchid Pearl and signature Bordeaux Red Metallic exterior paint schemes.


Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle Leadership
Honda has led the for nearly two decades in the development and deployment of fuel cell vehicle technology through extensive real-world testing and customer deployments, including the world's first government fleet customers and first-ever retail fuel cell vehicle consumer leasing program. Through this effort, Honda has collected valuable feedback concerning real-world use of both fuel cell vehicles and public hydrogen refueling stations.

Since the introduction of its first-generation fuel cell vehicle, the FCX, in 2002, Honda has made significant technological advancements in fuel cell vehicle operation in both hot and sub-freezing weather while meeting customer expectations and safety regulations.

Honda's second-generation fuel cell vehicle, the FCX Clarity, launched in July 2008 and was quickly heralded as a technological breakthrough in the areas of design, packaging and efficiency. As the world's first dedicated platform fuel cell vehicle, the FCX Clarity was powered by the smaller and lighter Honda V-flow fuel cell stack positioned in the center tunnel of the vehicle, wîth the smooth high torque front-wheel drive electric motor, providing performance on par wîth a gasoline powered sedan, including a 240 miles driving range rating.

Honda has deployed fuel cell vehicles in the Ú.S., Germany and Japan, including the FCX Clarity, which was named the 2009 World Green Car.

Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle Firsts

Honda fuel cell technology firsts include:
•The first EPA- and CARB-certified fuel cell vehicle (July 2002)
•The world's first production fuel cell vehicle, introduced to the Ú.S. and Japan (December 2002)
•The first fuel cell vehicle to start and operate in sub-freezing temperatures (2003)
•The first fuel cell vehicle leased to an individual customer (July 2005)
•The first manufacturer to build and produce a dedicated fuel cell vehicle (FCX Clarity) on a production line specifically made for fuel cell vehicles (2008)
•The first manufacturer to create a fuel cell vehicle dealer network (2008)

Honda Commitment to the Environment

Based on its vision of 'Blue Skies for our Children,' Honda is working to advance technologies that address society's environmental and energy concerns. Honda is targeting a 50 percent reduction in its total company CO2 emissions on a global basis by 2050, compared to 2000 levels. Starting in 2016, Honda will begin introduction of a new generation of the Honda Clarity series of vehicles, wîth the hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle, followed by a new Clarity Electric and Clarity Plug-In Hybrid in 2017, as the company strives to realize significant growth in sales of electrified vehicles.

Source - Honda

Honda Clarity Fuel Cell Boasts EPA 366-Mile Range Rating, Best of Any Zero-Emission Vehicle

Five-passenger, zero-emissions FCV to launch in California this year

The Honda Clarity Fuel Cell sedan, launching later this year, received an EPA driving range rating of 366 miles and fuel economy rating of 68 miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent combined1, giving it the best range rating of any electric vehicle without a combustion engine, including fuel cell and all-electric vehicles, in the Únited States.

'Not only does the Clarity Fuel Cell fit five passengers and refuel in three to five minutes, it offers customers a driving range on par wîth gasoline-powered cars,' said Steve Center, vice president of the Environmental Business Development Office at American Honda Motor Co., Inc. 'The Clarity leads the pack wîth a 366 mile driving range rating, and wîth a growing network of hydrogen stations and fast fueling time, the zero-emissions family road trip is no longer science fiction.'

Honda will introduce the new 5-passenger, hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell sedan by the end of 2016, beginning wîth retail leasing to customers through its expanded network of 12 approved fuel cell vehicle dealerships located in select California markets. The network includes six dealerships in Southern California, five in the Bay Area and one in Sacramento. Honda will further develop its dealer network as more hydrogen fueling stations become available.

Customers interested in the Clarity Fuel Cell are encouraged to visit http://automobiles.honda.com/clarity, where they can receive more information and sign up for the opportunity to become a Clarity Fuel Cell customer.

About the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

Technological innovations to the Clarity Fuel Cell have created a fuel cell stack that is 33 percent more compact than its predecessor wîth a 60 percent increase in power density compared to the outgoing Honda FCX Clarity. The more compact fuel cell and integrated powertrain, comparable in size to a V-6 engine, now fits entirely under the hood of the car, allowing for a more spacious cabin wîth seating for five passengers. The Clarity Fuel Cell features a class-leading driving range rating for zero-emission vehicles wîth its EPA range rating of 366 miles, wîth a refueling time of approximately three to five minutes using 70 MPa refueling stations.

As the next progression in Honda's dynamic FCV styling, the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell features a low, wide aerodynamic body wîth clean character lines. The interior achieves a refined and harmonious experience using rich materials and intuitive, streamlined controls. Additional features include the Honda Sensing™ suite of safety and driver assistive technologies, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ for smartphone connectivity, distinctive LED exterior lighting and 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels. The Clarity Fuel Cell will be available in Crystal Black Pearl, White Orchid Pearl and signature Bordeaux Red Metallic exterior paint schemes.

Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle Leadership

Honda has led the for nearly two decades in the development and deployment of fuel cell vehicle technology through extensive real-world testing and customer deployments, including the world's first government fleet customers and first-ever retail consumer leasing program. Since the introduction of its first-generation fuel cell vehicle, the FCX, in 2002, Honda has made significant technological advancements in fuel cell vehicle operation in both hot and sub-freezing weather while meeting customer expectations and safety regulations.


Honda's second-generation fuel cell vehicle, the FCX Clarity, launched in July 2008 and was quickly heralded as a technological breakthrough in the areas of design, packaging and efficiency. As the world's first dedicated platform fuel cell vehicle, the FCX Clarity was powered by the smaller and lighter Honda V-flow fuel cell stack positioned in the center tunnel of the vehicle, wîth the smooth high torque front-wheel drive electric motor, providing performance on par wîth a gasoline powered sedan, including a 240 miles driving range rating.

Honda has deployed fuel cell vehicles in the Ú.S., Germany and Japan, including the FCX Clarity, which was named the 2009 World Green Car. Honda has delivered these vehicles to individual retail consumers in the Ú.S. and collected valuable feedback concerning real-world use of both fuel cell vehicles and public hydrogen refueling stations.

Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle Firsts

Honda fuel cell technology firsts include:
•The first EPA- and CARB-certified fuel cell vehicle (July 2002)
•The world's first production fuel cell vehicle, introduced to the Ú.S. and Japan (December 2002)
•The first fuel cell vehicle to start and operate in sub-freezing temperatures (2003)
•The first fuel cell vehicle leased to an individual customer (July 2005)
•The first manufacturer to build and produce a dedicated fuel cell vehicle (FCX Clarity) on a production line specifically made for fuel cell vehicles (2008)
•The first manufacturer to create a fuel cell vehicle dealer network (2008)

Honda Commitment to the Environment
Based on its vision of 'Blue Skies for our Children,' Honda is working to advance technologies that address society's environmental and energy concerns. Honda is targeting a 50 percent reduction in its total company CO2 emissions on a global basis by 2050, compared to 2000 levels. Starting in 2016, Honda will begin introduction of a new generation of the Honda Clarity series of vehicles, wîth the hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle, followed by a new Clarity Electric and Clarity Plug-In Hybrid in 2017, as the company strives to realize significant growth in sales of electrified vehicles.

Source - Honda
 
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