The 2012 Honda Fit has finally received a fuel economy rating from the United States Environmental Protection Agency which we are sure is just as exciting as when you found out the new green car was in development. You might be wondering how the EPA can assign a fuel economy rating to a vehicle that doesn't use fuel. And you're quite right to wonder. But ponder no longer; for you have Curry Honda Chicopee, serving Springfield, West Springfield, and Holyoke, MA to give you the answer.
The Environmental Protection Agency has developed a new system for measuring the efficiency of all-electric vehicles. The EPA now assigns a miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) as well as a total driving range instead of a miles per gallon (MPG) rating. These two rating reflect the rate at which the vehicle would travel if it were utilizing conventional gasoline.
With a 20 kWh battery under the hood, the new 2013 Honda Fit EV gets excellent fuel economy.
Curry Honda Chicopee, located at 767 Memorial Drive, Chicopee, MA, is expecting nothing less, especially when you consider the new Honda lineup that's already available for you to test drive.