2017 Honda Civic Hatchback: (Hatch)Back and Better than Ever
If you’re like a lot of people, the first thing you think of when you think of a Civic Hatchback is that sporty looking little number from the 90’s zipping around fastly and furiously in those movies back in the day.
Honda is relaunching the Civic hatchback with a new look, an evolved version of the old school hatchback that were so popular around the turn of the century. Edgy and exciting, the look of this car is only the beginning. A sleek, spacious, and adaptable interior, and sporty and quick turbo charged engine, the new Civic hatchback is beyond anything you’ve seen before.
You can take a look a look at the new 2017 Civic hatchback on Honda’s site here and keep an eye out for it to hit the ground here in Buffalo in the next couple of weeks. Call us at Ray Laks Honda – 716 824 6300 – or stop by to check them out soon!
Today is National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day. In order to raise awareness of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies that help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Honda is joining with organizations across America in celebrating National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day (www.hydrogenfuelcellday.org). In honor of the day, here is a list of Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle Firsts:
The first EPA- and CARB-certified fuel cell vehicle (July 2002)
The world’s first production fuel cell vehicle, introduced to the U.S. and Japan (December 2002)
The first fuel cell vehicle to start and operate in sub-freezing temperatures (2003)
The first fuel cell vehicle leased to an individual customer (July 2005)
The first manufacturer to build and produce a dedicated fuel cell vehicle (FCX Clarity) on a production line specifically made for fuel cell vehicles (2008)
The first manufacturer to create a fuel cell vehicle dealer network (2008)
Honda Commitment to the Environment
Honda is working to advance technologies that address society’s energy and environmental concerns. Honda is targeting a 50 percent reduction in its CO2 emissions companywide on a global basis by 2050, compared to 2000 levels. Based on its vision of “Blue Skies for our Children,” very soon, Honda will begin introduction of a new generation of the Honda Clarity series of vehicles, with the hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle, followed by a new Clarity Electric and Clarity Plug-In Hybrid in 2017, as Honda strives to realize significant growth in sales of electrified vehicles.