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Honda Jazz full hybrid 2021

Prasixtest Honda Jazz full hybrid

The Japanese compact car Honda Jazz is currently in its fifth generation since 1991. The Jazz has also been sold in Germany since 2002 and became a Honda bestseller in the first few years. The new self-charging electric hybrid is equipped with the hybrid system i-MMD (intelligent multi mode drive). In the current version, the body has become noticeably more rounded and has been given clearer contours with the new front. For the starting price of 22.250 euros, Honda relies on a comparatively high level of technical equipment and low CO2 values ​​in everyday life. During the test, we focused on suitability for everyday use.

Honda CR-V 2,0 i-MMD full hybrid

Autograph Honda CR-V 2,0 i-MMD full hybrid

With the current CR-V in its hybrid version, Honda relies on a combination of a powerful electric motor with 184 hp and 315 Newton meters of torque, which is coupled with an in-line four-cylinder internal combustion engine with 145 hp. This drive system is coupled with a continuously variable CVT transmission and is controlled by the i-MMD (Intelligent Multi Mode Drive) used by Honda. With three driving modes, all everyday requirements are to be regulated automatically.

Honda Clarity Fuel Cell - Image Source: Honda

Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

The Clarity Fuel Cell is the world's first series fuel cell vehicle in which the drive is completely located in the engine compartment. By reducing the size of the fuel cell stack by 33 percent, the fuel cell vehicle offers a spacious interior for 5 people. With a range of up to 589 kilometers, the Clarity Fuel Cell achieves the highest range rating of an electric vehicle without a combustion engine according to the EPA (USA). The high range results from the low fuel consumption of 109 kilometers / liter in the combined cycle. The design… Continue reading "Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

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