2013 Honda Fit Ev Earned Highest Fuel-Efficient Ratings
2013 Fit EV was claimed to be more fuel efficient models of Honda and it has been proved by the its EPA ratings (118MPGe). This is really a big achievement for this model because it’s the very first time Fit Ev achieved amazingly high fuel efficiency ratings from the Environmental Protection Agency. It has been made possible by the 20 kWh lithium-ion battery that helped 2013 Fit EV to achieve an approximate driving range ratings for 82 miles.
2013 Fit Ev made a fantastic debut in 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, you will be surprised to know that it has crossed the EPA ratings of fuel-efficient vehicles of renowned automobile manufacturers;
- EPA ratings of Ford Focus Electric are 105MPGe for a range of 76 miles.
- EPA ratings of Nissan Leaf are 99MPGe for range of 73miles.
- EPA ratings of Mitsubishi i-MiEV are 112 MPGe for a range of 62 miles.
Design wise, Fit EV is simply extraordinary and performance wise it is matchless. Thanks to the intelligent design of Powertrain that contributed towards reducing its weight and improving the aerodynamics. You can easily recharge its battery within 3 Hrs from a circuit of 240 Volt. Whereas coaxial electric motor of 2013 Fit EV produces 123 horsepower and torque of 189 lb-ft. The driver can select driving mode of its own choice from its 3-mode electric driving system which is derived from CR-Z Sport Hybrid.
Enjoy the superb mileage offered by this world class car. While commenting on the fuel-efficient nature of 2013 Fit EV Vice president of the American Honda Environmental Business Development Office Steve Center said, “Just as important as the industry-leading fuel-efficiency and fast recharging time, as a Honda, the 2013 Fit EV will be an absolute kick to drive.”