2019 Clarity Fuel Cell


2019 Clarity Fuel Cell

2019 Clarity Fuel Cell

The 2019 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell is an emission-free Hydrogen fuel cell-powered car that is starting to make waves in the market. With an urgency to cut down on carbon emissions, Honda started developing vehicles with alternate sources of energy, including hybrid cars, electric cars, and finally, the hydrogen fuel cell. While undoubtedly still in the early stages of development, the 2019 Clarity in Goldsboro shows a lot of promise and could be the answer to a cleaner future.

The look: The 2019 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell seems just like a regular Honda sedan, and it’s hard to tell that there’s anything different about it when you first look at it. In fact, even when you enter the car, it feels like a normal car. It is quite a stylish vehicle with sleek lines, LED running lights, and angular framing at the corners. The look is a bit futuristic, which is great because the Clarity range is supposed to be the car of the future.

The drive: You push a button to start the 2019 Clarity in Goldsboro just like you would with any other car. So just hit the D button and you’re off. The battery hums a bit, but you get used to it in a little while. The Clarity Fuel Cell feels very much like driving a plug-in electric car, is quite smooth on the road, and is easy to handle. The motor has an output of 174 horsepower and does very well for regular city driving.

Range: You can expect a range of about 300 miles EPA per fill-up of the 2019 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell. An extra 66 miles can be added from the reserve range, which allows drivers to get to a fueling station.

Our Verdict
The 2019 Clarity in Goldsboro is a spectacular option if you're looking for a gasoline alternative. The emission-free car runs on hydrogen and looks and feels very much like a regular car with a bit of a futuristic vibe. As the technology gets increasingly refined and more hydrogen fueling stations come up across the country, we’re expecting the popularity of the Clarity Fuel Cell to keep growing.


Source: Honda