Honda no longer sells any electric cars in the United States. The Japanese automaker has discontinued the Clarity Electric, the sole battery-electric model in its U.S. lineup, according to Green Car Reports. Plug-in hybrid and hydrogen fuel-cell versions of the Clarity will continue, however.
The Clarity Electric never made a big impact on the U.S. market. It was only available in California and Oregon, and a small battery pack meant its range wasn’t competitive with other electric cars. The Clarity’s 25.5-kilowatt-hour pack only allowed for 89 miles of range, while many similarly priced electric cars offer over 200 miles of range.
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