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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:30 pm
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are honda good on fuel
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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:33 pm
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Yes! Especially Honda Del Sols
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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:36 pm
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Yes, but it depends on the honda. The Accord and Civic both have hybrid options, and the Civic is good on fuel in general. Vans, trucks, and SUV are on par with the competition, but their sedans are excellent (from what I hear / read)
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Yes, especially the Civic hybrid.
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Yes. Honda has showcased it's fuel-efficient technology on the Insight, probably in response to Toyota's Prius. Honda's Accord and Civic (Hybrid Models) have also won awards. The Honda Fit is also regarded as a highly fuel efficient compact model. Hondas are also notorious for their VTEC, which pioneered fuel efficiency on their 4 cylinder engines. However, their non-VTEC engines are also known for their fuel efficieny (especially the SOHC models).Honda has the ability to rival Toyota in terms of fuel effiency, desite being about one-third the size of their main competitor.































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go to www.fueleconomy.com
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i would say they are
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Depends on which other makes you compared with, generally better than Continentals car.
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Not really, because the fuel mileage on the window sticker doesn't match what our Honda gets.
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Yes, they are the best. They made the first Hybrid car 6 years ago, which is still the most fuel efficient car in the world with 66 milers per gallon.
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