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I took the Honda Ridgeline for a long weekend Up North. Most of my time with the truck so far had been in the rain or snow, 40 miles at a time, during my commute to and from the Autoblog office as the Michigan winter dragged on. I had planned trips Up North (always capitalized by most Michiganders) to the family cottage on Lake Huron, but abandoned them due to nasty weather. Even if it was sunny and warm on any given day or week here in the Detroit area, we got weather reports from relatives who
When evaluating electrified vehicles like the 2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid, it's easy to become fixated on electric range. Oh, it's certainly one of the most important factors, but there are so many other things one must weigh when choosing one of these new-fangled eco-friendly cars. Things like comfort, quality, feature content, driving experience ... you know, the stuff we use to evaluate every other car out there.
We get acquainted with our long-term Honda Ridgline.
There are issues to be sure, but it's hard not to smile when asking a Fit to do unseemly things.
Can this pickup take on Toyota, Chevy and now Ford?
No V6, but there's still a manual.
With 47 miles of electric range, an impressive interior and plenty of standard content, this Clarity PHEV is not to be overlooked.
306 horsepower all to the front wheels.
There's new turbocharged power and standard active safety equipment.
Who doesn't want a Honda with more torque?
Enthusiasts finally have a subcompact Honda to get excited about.
It was worth the wait.