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Honda Leasing First Ever Consumer Fuel Cell Car

Starting this summer, $600 / month will buy you one of the first fuel cell vehicles in the world. Of course, they aren't selling very many of them, and if you don't live in Torrance, Irvine, or Santa Monica, California, they aren't selling them at all. While GM is basically giving away it's fuel cell Chevy Equnox's, Honda is the first ever major car company to lease them.

Of course, Honda won't be making any money off the www.tenasys.com cars, but they did come in first in this particular race. But this is only one battle in the long-standing fuel cell war between GM and Honda.

The FCX Clarity is http://www.diabetes.org.br/buy-chinese-herbal-viagra a gorgeous car. I honestly wish they just made a hybrid version with the same body. But, instead, (and unlike the Equinox) it's a fuel-cell only model. This worked well, of course, for Toyota with their hybrid only model. But the landscape with fuel cell vehicles is quite different, especially since there is no hydrogen fueling (or production) infrastructure in place.

The 600 / m leases expire in three years and http://www.worcestercountybar.org/purchase-cialis-soft-tabs include maintenance. The Clarity can travel 270 miles on a tank of hydrogen. Roughly equal to that of a gasoline powered car. Unfortunately, owners will be limited to a fairly small area of driving, since they'll need to mexican cialis be sure to get back to one of the few local fueling stations every 270 miles.

Via Honda

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written by bruin nut, May 27, 2008
I am one of those "select few" in the running to get this car. I was contacted last week and had to complete a detailed questionaire. Hopefully, I'll get a call back and will keep you posted.
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written by spfl49, May 28, 2008
Since there are such "limited" places to refill, I wonder what the cost is.
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written by bruin nut, May 28, 2008
The way I understand it, Honda will not pick up the cost of sfachc.org the fuel. It will run around $3 per gallon equivalent, with an approximate mileage of 67 mpg. Honda will pick up the cost of all maintenance, including roadside assistance, and will pay for insurance for obvious reasons: no insurance company will want to insure this vehicle because of the cost of replacement. If they did, the premium would be similar to www.karlbarth.nl that of a Bentley. I do not know how the car will be valued for DMV license purposes.
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written by spfl49, May 28, 2008
Thanks for the online pharmacies info bruin nut.

Is that $3 per gallon equivalent a true cost price or what it is set at. In other words; is it a price that they can realistically target for mass production in the future?
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written by bruin nut, May 29, 2008
spf,

I think American Honda must arbitrarily set the price for the Hydrogen. The true cost of the car and the fuel must be pretty high. Honda thought about offering the hydrogen without charge, but decided not to do cialis 40mg so since they wanted the customers to have an authentic driving experience.
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written by Thomas Uhing, May 31, 2008
What I can't understand is this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhSP8b1OBAg
Is this all just B.S.? Hardly, not when facts are mentioned and resources like NASA can be verified. The rumor has it that this TV video spot was taken down before the public could see it... and Stan Meyers was killed under suspicious circumstances. Are we afraid of something, that the Truth is always suppressed?
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written by Miguel, June 02, 2008
As energy costs continue to increase, it is becoming more critical for the world to transition to an alternative fueling infrastructure. As a representative of the Hydrogen Education Foundation, I am helping people understand how hydrogen carries the real cialis promise to guide us away from using oil and coal, while simultaneously improving our environment by reducing greenhouse gases. Honda’s achievement reflects an important step in achieving a more sustainable energy future.

Honda’s achievement in making the FCX Clarity available marks the first step in allowing consumers to inexpensive cialis adopt hydrogen technologies in the automotive sector. The FCX Clarity only represents a portion of Honda’s work in developing hydrogen technologies for consumers. Honda has partnered with fuel cell manufacturer, Plug Power, to develop a Home Energy Station. The most recent generation of the unit support electricity and heat needs for the home, in addition to producing hydrogen in the home using natural gas. These units are designed to support the need for a hydrogen refueling infrastructure, while providing consumers a way to cut energy costs by 50 percent and www.worcestercountybar.org carbon emissions by an estimated 30 percent.

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Amazing things out of Honda
written by The Food Monster, June 17, 2008
http://thefoodmonsterblog.blogspot.com

I wasn't expecting such great eco things out of Honda. I am glad they are heading in the right direction. I can't wait to have a Hydrogen filling station at my house with my own Hydrogen fuel cell car.
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written by Bob Hart, June 23, 2008
Wait till the local,state and federal governments tack on their taxes.The revenue lost from decreasing gasoline sales will need to be made up by over taxing the new alternative fuels.
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UK?
written by Honda Leasing, August 19, 2008
Any ideas when this will be available in the UK? This will be a massive hit in the UK.
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