Honda has announced that four of their vehicles have earned recognition for superior environmental performance from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). Three of those vehicles—the Honda Civic Hybrid, Civic Natural Gas, and Insight—placed among the group’s “12 Greenest Vehicles of 2013” list. Additionally, the Honda Odyssey minivan topped its segment and was named one of the “greener choices of 2014.”
“Honda has embraced the challenge to bring to market more energy-efficient mobility solutions to reduce CO2 emissions,” said Steven Center, vice president of the Environmental Business Development Office at American Honda Motor Co., Inc, in a press release. “ACEEE’s recognition of Honda’s fuel-efficient models over the past 16 years, including a diverse lineup of alternative fuel vehicles, is recognition of the Honda engineers who continue to work towards our goal to leave ‘Blue Skies for our Children.’”
The 2014 Civic Hybrid scored a fifth place ranking on the Greenest Vehicles of 2014 list thanks to its ability to return 44 miles per gallon city/47 mpg highway; the Civic Natural Gas and its 27 mpg city/38 mpg highway took ninth; and the Honda Insight ranked 10th with 41 mpg city/44 mpg highway. The vehicles totaled respective Green Scores of 55, 54, and 53.
The Honda Odyssey, meanwhile, scored a “Superior” class ranking in the Minivan category with a Green Score of 36 earned from 19 mpg city/28 mpg highway.
With Honda’s vehicles routinely making multiple appearances on ACEEE’s 12 Greenest Vehicles list (this year’s honor marks the sixth-straight such occasion), why not come down to Avery Greene Honda to see for yourself what makes Honda vehicles among the most efficient on the road today?