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clarity

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2016 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

Honda's next-gen, fuel cell-powered sedan goes on sale in March 2016. Could this be the future of driving?

By October 27, 2015

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Clarity ClarityLife C900

The ClarityLife is designed with seniors in mind. Though it delivers on call quality it could be just a bit easier to use.

By March 31, 2008

3 stars Editors' rating March 31, 2008

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Honda to expand Clarity to three-car lineup, including EV and plug-in variants

The fate of the Accord Plug-In Hybrid is yet to be determined.

By April 21, 2016

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The new kings of clarity: Stax SR-L500 headphones

The Audiophiliac dons the Stax SR-L500 electrostatic headphones and marvels at their sound.

By March 26, 2016

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First US-spec Honda Clarity Fuel Cell headed to NY with ADAS, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Honda's Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle will be on sale in the US by year's end, and it'll be carrying a full suite of advanced driver assistance technologies as well as a new infotainment system.

By March 21, 2016

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Sweet lady H: Honda's hydrogen Clarity arrives in California this year

The Japanese automaker will start out leasing, eventually offering the vehicles for sale once the hydrogen infrastructure is better fleshed out.

By January 21, 2016

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Check out Honda's Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle in person at the Los Angeles Auto Show

The automaker's latest hydrogen car makes its North American debut next week.

By November 11, 2015

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Honda's production Clarity Fuel Cell on the test track (pictures)

Honda's Clarity Fuel Cell will be available for lease in 2016, but you can check it out a little early.

14 Images By October 27, 2015

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Wilson Sabrina speakers: Undoubtedly high-end, but gives music effortless clarity

The Audiophiliac rekindles a love affair with Wilson Audio speakers.

By September 6, 2015

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Sprint bids adieu to $50 iPhone plan in the name of clarity

The wireless carrier will instead promote an "All-In" plan that includes $60 for the plan and $20 for the smartphone.

By June 29, 2015