Honda Model Fuel Economy Comparison in Klamath Falls OR
Honda is well-known for creating quality cars, so it should come as no surprise that most of their 2019 model vehicles boast an impressive fuel economy. This article will summarize each current Honda model fuel economy, range, and more to make it easier for drivers to choose the right model to fit their unique needs.
On average, vehicles in the Accord line of sedans get 38 mpg on highways and 30 mpg in cities for a combined fuel economy of 33 mpg. All models of Accord take regular gas and have 14.8 gal tanks with an average range of 488 miles.
Honda also offers a hybrid model of the Accord. This model gets an average of 48 mpg on both cities and highways and can run around 13 miles on electric alone with a full charge. An empty battery pack can be fully recharged in approximately three hours.
Honda Civic Sedan
The sedans in the Civic line get an average of 36 mpg on highways and 25 mpg in cities for a combined average of 29 mpg. Civics have 12.4 gal tanks and take regular unleaded gasoline. They have an average range of 359 miles.
The Civic Si sedan offers slightly better fuel efficiency. It gets an average of 38 mpg on highways and 28 mpg in cities for a combined fuel economy of 32 mpg and a range of 397 miles.
The standard Civic Coupe gets 38 mpg on highways and 30 mpg in cities. The Civic Coupe Si gets 38 mpg on highways and 28 mpg in cities. Both have 12.4-gal fuel tanks and take regular unleaded fuel.
In addition to several sedans and two-door coupes, the Civic line also boasts two hatchbacks – the Civic Hatchback and the Civic Type R. The first has a combined fuel economy of 34 mpg, with 40 mpg on highways and 31 in cities, while the latter has a combined fuel economy of 25 mpg, with 28 mpg on highways and 22 in cities.
Like others in the line, both the Civic Hatchback and the Civic Type R have a 12.4-gal fuel tank capacity and take regular unleaded fuel. The Hatchback has a range of 421 miles, while the Type R has a 310-mile range.
The Insight is an impressive self-charging gas/electric hybrid. It boasts an average of 49 mpg on highways and 55 mpg in cities for a combined average of 52 mpg. It only has a 10.6-gal tank, but since it’s a hybrid, it has a range of 551 miles. The Insight’s electric motor generates electricity automatically while driving, recharging the battery on the road, but the electric motor can only power the vehicle for one mile at a time by itself.
There are three types of Clarity sedans available: a hybrid, an electric, and a fuel cell model. The plug-in hybrid Clarity gets an average of 42 mpg in gas-only mode and 110 mpg in electric/gas mode. It has a 48-mile range on electric and gas and a 340-mile total range. The Clarity tops the charts as far as Honda model fuel economy goes.
The Clarity Electric model has a mpg equivalent of 126 in cities and 103 on highways. It also has an 89-mile combined driving range. The Clarity Fuel Cell boasts a mpge of 69 in cities and 67 on highways, along with an equally impressive driving range of 366 miles between charges.
The Fit it is a hatchback. It has a combined fuel efficiency of 31 mpg, with 29 mpg in cities and 36 mpg on highways. With its 10.6-gal tank, it has an average range of 328 miles on a full tank of regular unleaded gas.
The HR-V is impressively efficient for a crossover. It has an average fuel economy of 30 mpg, with 28 mpg in cities and 34 mpg on highways. It takes regular unleaded gas and when full its 13.2-gal tank offers a range of 396 miles.
The CR-V crossover fares almost as well as the HR-V when it comes to fuel efficiency, with a combined fuel efficiency of 28 mpg – 26 mpg in cities and 32 mpg on highways. It has a larger, 14.0-gal tank that takes regular unleaded gas and has a range of 392 miles.
The Passport has a combined fuel economy of 22 mpg, getting 20 mpg in cities and 25 mpg on highways. It has a 19.5-gal tank that takes regular unleaded gas with a range of 429 miles.
The Pilot has a combined fuel economy of 22 mpg. It gets 19 mpg in cities and 27 mpg on highways and, like the Passport, it has a 19.5-gal tank that takes regular unleaded gas. Its range is also similar to that of the Passport.
The Honda Odyssey minivan has a combined fuel economy of 22 mpg – 19 mpg in cities and 28 mpg on highways. It has a 19.5-gal tank, takes regular unleaded gasoline, and has a range of 429 miles.
Honda’s only truck, the Ridgeline, has a combined fuel economy of 22 mpg, getting 19 mpg in cities and 26 mpg on highways. It has a 19.5-gal tank, takes unleaded gas, and has a range of 429 miles.
The Bottom Line
Whether you’re looking for conventional gas vehicles, electric-only cars, or plug-in hybrids, drivers love Honda’s various options of cars, trucks, minivans, crossovers, and full-size SUVs. Those who have never had the pleasure of driving a Honda need only take one for a test drive to find out that Honda model fuel economy is only one of the many features that set the automaker’s vehicles apart.
Honda is also well known for its impressive array of active and passive safety features and providing superior performance to all kinds of drivers without the exorbitant prices of luxury vehicles. Not sure which Honda vehicle will be the best fit for you? Call to speak with a representative who can answer all your questions or, better yet, head over to take one for a test drive today.