2014 Honda Fit
As if you needed another reason to love the Honda Fit, we have another one for you.
Owners of the 2014 Honda Fit will not have to worry about spending another dime on gasoline, unless they have a lawnmower of course. That’s right, the 2014 has gone fully electric. It’s an upgrade from the 2013 model which used a combination of both electricity and gasoline.
It seems that charging an electric-only car would be a hassle. Maybe you think it takes too long, or that there aren’t enough places to charge the car. If that is what’s stopping you from saving money on gas, you should really reconsider. There are 29 electric car-charging stations in San Antonio, and the best part is that you won’t need to spend much time there.
The Honda Fit can be charged completely in less than three hours. Think about it. Would you rather charge your car for three hours or spend upwards of 50 dollars on a tank of gas? Three hours could be a while if you didn’t have errands to run or anything to do. That is why home charging stations are also being offered. They do cost extra, but it ensures that your car will be charged up before that morning commute to work.
The brand new model has not been released so it may be a little while before you’re driving away in a 2013 Honda Fit in San Antonio. However, Honda does have the specs available for the Fit on their website. The only other 2014 models specs on the website are for the CR-V and the Odyssey, both of which have been officially released. This could mean that owning a 2014 Honda Fit is fast approaching.
Here at Benson Ford, we are looking forward to getting the 2014 Honda Fit in. We have answers to all of your questions about electric cars, so don’t hesitate to contact us. If you love the Honda Fit, but don’t want to go fully electric you can check out our selection of 2013 Honda Fit hybrids.