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Honda delivers hydrogen fuel-cell-powered Clarity

   Honda announced Friday that it has delivered its first hydrogen fuel cell-powered FCX Clarity.

Hondafcx    Ron Yerxa and Annette Ballester took delivery at Honda of Santa Monica, one of three dealerships in Southern California that are part of the first fuel-cell vehicle dealership network.

   The couple are the first of about 200 customers who get to lease the Clarity in the U.S. and Japan over the next three years.

   The FCX Clarity, which gets the equivalent of 74 mpg, is propelled by an electric motor that gets its electricity from the fuel cell. The vehicle's only emission is water.


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In most states Natural gas prices are less than a $1 and the tax incentives are great on converting a vehicle, purchasing a Natural Gas car like the Honda Civic GX, pumping your own at home and owning a public station.

We will be listing soon the gas stations from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando.

Example: To fill up your tank is about $16 plus you can travel from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando on that tank which gives you 220 miles.

So why are you continuing to pay outrageous oil prices when we have Natural Gas available in Florida.

Thank You and Get Wise!

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That sounds like a pretty good car with a hydrogen fuel cell. I would be interested in it.

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