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2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell Leasing at $369 a Month

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Honda Clarity Fuel Cell sedan to lease in California

Honda’s hydrogen-fueled Clarity Fuel Cell sedan will carry an introductory lease price of $369 a month for 36 months (plus tax) when it launches in California later this year. Leasing terms for the five-passenger, zero-emissions FCV will include a 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.

Lessees must pay $2,499 plus the first month’s payment at lease signing, in addition to tax, registration, and official fees.

There will be 12 approved fuel cell vehicle dealerships, all of which will be located in California. There will be six dealerships spread throughout Southern California, five in the Bay Area, and one in Sacramento. Honda says it plans to further develop its dealer network as the availability of “consumer friendly” hydrogen fueling stations increases.

Interested potential customers can sign up for more information http://automobiles.honda.com/clarity


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The Clarity has the best range rating of any fuel cell or all-electric vehicle in the US, having recently received an EPA driving range rating of 366 miles. It also boasts an EPA fuel economy rating of 68 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent).

“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 American Honda’s Environmental Business Development Office. “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 with traditional gasoline vehicles.”