Honda encourages efficient car buying

Honda Fit EV engine
The Honda Fit EV is ready for the fuel mileage ratings of the future.

Honda is continuing its dedication to making more efficient vehicles. And the company is also doing more to get these efficient vehicles into the hands of consumers. This can be seen by the recent move by the brand to make it even more affordable to lease a Honda Fit EV. For those that don’t know, this is the electric version of the popular Honda Fit in San Antonio. By making it more affordable, Honda is hoping to allow consumers to stretch their dollars even further. After the payments, consumers don’t have to worry about buying gasoline for the vehicle since it is all electric.

The Fit EV was already a cutting edge vehicle in the Honda lineup. But with the new lease deal, consumers can enjoy a reduced payment, unlimited mileage, collision coverage and more. It makes the latest entry into the electric vehicle market all that more appealing.

With an EPA rating of 118 MPGe, the Fit is a great way for people to save money while getting to their destination. The MPGe rating was introduced by the EPA as a new form of miles per gallon, since the car doesn’t run on any gasoline whatsoever.

2013 Honda Fit EV
The new Honda Fit EV is getting more affordable to own.

Being that government standards for fuel efficiency in vehicles will be greatly increasing in the years to come, the efforts by Honda to make vehicles more efficient is a smart one. This way, the company is setting itself up to be in a good spot when the new regulations become a reality. The introduction of an electric vehicle is a big part of that.

See the current lineup of new Hondas in San Antonio right here at Benson Honda. There are many fuel efficient options in the mix – if that’s what you’re looking for. And even though they are fuel efficient, the models don’t lack on style either.

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