https://insideevs.com/honda-offers-6500 ... ev-states/
Honda Offers $6,500 Lease Credit On Clarity PHEV, But Only In ZEV States
Honda has made a brazen decision to offer a generous lease credit of $6,500 on the Clarity PHEV, but only if you live in these states…
Vermont . . . .
As it turns out, Honda is willing to cut you a pretty swell lease deal on the Clarity PHEV, provided you live in the states listed above. What Honda is doing is simple. It’s passing on the majority of the $7,500 the Clarity PHEV qualifies for, but only in some states.
In other states like Florida, where a disgusted potential buyer tried to sign a lease deal, that money is all pocketed by Honda. There’s no $6,500 lease credit. In fact, there’s no lease credit at all. . . .
Getting traveling ZEV credits while the getting's good, I guess. I wonder if they'll expand this nationwide once 1/1/18 rolls around, assuming congress doesn't kill the tax credit entirely. IIRR, traveling ZEV credits end at the end of this year.
https://insideevs.com/2018-honda-clarit ... ve-review/
2018 Honda Clarity PHEV Test Drive Review
15.5 cu. ft trunk, and good shape:
The Fusion Energi is going to need replacement by a mid-sized PHEV that doesn't just dump the battery under the cargo area. Driving dynamics are okay though not exciting, but the engine's apparently noisy under high power (climbing hills), and the regen paddles don't seem to do much. One IEVS poster commented on cold weather ICE issues:
Was very seriously considering this car, but learned while reading the manual that a battery heating system is not included in the US model. Result: Will not start in battery temperatures below -22F, and engine must run in temperatures below 14F (not sure if that’s also due to lack of a battery heater). Not the most encouraging setup up north in the winter. Canadian models get a battery heater, which I’m assuming will help the need for the engine to run.
Owner (since 12/5) review starts here: http://www.insideevsforum.com/community ... #post-1950
GCR first drive review here: https://www.greencarreports.com/news/11 ... irst-drive
ABG's version: https://www.autoblog.com/2017/12/12/201 ... rst-drive/