I recently took an 8,850
mile business trip. I carried about
200 pounds of luggage, and up to 300
pounds of boxed materials. I weigh
about 210. I averaged 46.5 MPG, and
had two tanks through at over 60 MPG.
About 2/3 of the trip was on the
freeway, and 1/3 in crowded two-lane
traffic. There was absolutely no
drama in the drive. I dodged
aggressive drivers and dead animals.
I drove in desert heat, Rocky Mountain
cold and driving Okla-Texas rain. No
problem. It is a lightweight and I
had to constantly pay attention to
keep it from jittering around. The
acceleration is good and it maintains
freeway speed. The Honda dealership is
1) High Mileage!!
2) Predictable handling.
3) Social invisibility. I am in
business. I don't want a car that
4) The cruise control holds well
uphill and down.
1) The seats are a bit too stiff, and
the upholstery kept pulling my
trousers up where I didn't want them.
I would like better seating.
2) The battery pack is probalby too
small for my driving needs. It ran
out of boost going over both the
Rockies and the Sierras.
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