honda fit EV lease

2015 Honda Fit EV Lease
$
259
/Mo.

$259 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Leviton 240V home charging system.)

MSRP $36,625


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Payment Breakdown: Honda is offering a lease of a 2014 Fit EV to customers who qualify. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. Dealer contribution may vary and could affect actual lease payment. For only $259 per month you can drive off in this all-electric car. The lease term is 36 months. Over that span you will pay $9,324 in lease payments. The total cost of of the lease is $9,324 (tax, license, title, fees, registration and documentation are additional). Included in the lease is a Leviton 240V home charging system hardware.
Mileage: With this 2014 Honda Fit EV lease you are granted UNLIMITED mileage.End of Lease: Once your lease is up simply return the vehicle to the dealer. Excess wear and tear and non-routine maintenance will be extra.

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About the Honda Fit Electric Vehicle
The Honda Fit Electric is specifically tailored to the needs of the everyday city traffic The Honda Fit EV was debuted at the LA Auto Show a few years ago and not the day has come when you can drive this Electric Car yourself.  Honda is one of the industry leaders that have placed great importance to the finding a car that uses zero fuel and is environmentally friendly.
The electric car has a high degree of everyday utility as well as providing a good deal of driving pleasure.
The Honda Fit electric motor comes from the fuel cell vehicle Honda FCX Clarity where it makes 100 kW. It draws its power from lithium-ion batteries. The latter can be recharged from a 240 volt outlet in less than six hours. The transmission is also a low-friction unit is also from the FCX.visit the honda site http://automobiles.honda.com/fit-ev/The maximum range of Honda Fit is about 82 miles but that will vary depend on how you drive the car. The driver has the choice between three driving modes “Econ”, “Normal” and “Sport”. The coverage of the “Econ” mode is up to 25 miles higher than the in “Sport” mode. In addition, the Honda Fit EV helps drivers to save energy by interactively giving tips through the display. A special navigation system also provides information on electric recharging stations nearby.
The Japanese automaker refers to this as one of the first important steps in reducing the reliance on foreign oil. Honda plans to issue 1100 Fit Electric cars in the first 3 years of production. Most will be available through the lease seen here. “This is for us an exciting day on which we are taking another important step toward Honda’s comprehensive vision to significantly reduce CO2 emissions” said Steve Center, vice president of Environmental Business Development Office at American Honda. “Honda is already looking at a long history with electric cars back, starting with the introduction of our first battery-electric car, the EV Plus, nearly 15 years ago. With Honda’s extensive experience and the feedback from the daily tests of lease drivers, we will be even better prepared for the introduction of electric vehicles.The Honda Fit EV has with fully charged batteries have a range of around 132 MPGe in city traffic and about 105 MPGe in the city according to EPA test results. This electric car is powered by a 92 kW electric motor that draws its power from a lithium-ion battery with 20 kWh storage capacity. The battery of the Honda Fit EV can be fully recharged from a 240-volt charging station in less than three hours. TOSHIBA LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES

The Electric Fit EV is powered by a lithium-ion 20 kWh pack. It is provided by the Japanese industrial conglomerate Toshiba. Dubbed “SCiB” (“Super Charge ion Battery”), this battery has the advantage of recharging two times faster than conventional lithium ion battery with a longer life span, while allowing the electric vehicle driving over longer distances. On a fast charge, the FIT EV recharges to 80% of its capacity in 15 minutes. Conventional charger will fully charge in 3 hours. Guests will enjoy the electric blue color because that is the only color available. The distribution will be extended to six other regions of the East Coast of the United States. There is as yet no announcement concerning marketing in Europe. In three years, Honda expects to sell 1,100 electric Fit EV