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The king of compact cars has another impressive jewel in its crown, as editors at website Hybrid Cars managed to juice 68.7 MPG out of the 2012 Honda Civic Hybrid on a ten-mile test course. The car's fuel economy is officially rated at 44/44/44 city/highway/combined miles-per-gallon. So what funky feat of driving allowed this amped up gas mileage?
According to an article in Mag-X magazine (via Temple of VTEC), Honda is hard at work wrapping up the design for the next-gen Civic that's expected to debut in 2011 as a 2012 model. As is customary from Honda, the Japanese, European and North American markets are all expected to get their own unique versions of the popular Civic, with Americans getting their preferred sedan and coupe bodystyles and the other countries each receiving differing takes on the hatchback theme.
We've been over the Civic Hybrid which was decorated by Panic At The Disco before, along with the dates and locations where fans of the band (or the car) can pick up the associated tour. Therefore, this is just a friendly reminder that the tour itself started on Friday, April 10. We'd likely have forgotten all about it ourselves if it hadn't been for the press release (pasted after the break, naturally) issued by Honda on the matter. If you don't yet have tickets and want to pick them up, you st
The Honda Civic Hybrid is the greenest car in Germany. That's the statement made by the Verkehrsclub Deutschland (VCD), which has just released their annual report for the 2008 model year. The Civic Hybrid managed to accomplish all the requirements VCD asked in a car, not only on the greener side of the equation but also in aspects such as handling and ease of operation. The test included noise levels, fuel consumption and low emissions as well.
I'm pretty sure this is the last time I'll write about Fall Out Boy and their tricked-out Honda Civic Hybrid. After the first two mentions and Honda's refusal to explain exactly what was going to happen with this car, I just couldn't leave it when information on the actual details were finally released.
The British government delivered quite the smack down to Honda recently when it decided not to award potential buyers "carbon grants" as incentives to buy green. Despite Honda knowing that this predicament would not improve the bottom line, company spokespeople say Honda will contine to build green in the UK and hope that both car buyers and the government will do the right thing sooner or later.