AutoComplete: Honda delivers the first Clarity Fuel Cell cars to customers
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It's a big week for Honda.
The auto maker has delivered its first six examples of the clarity fuel cell electric car, and it's now on sale at 12 different dealerships in select California markets.
The car is available only as a three-year lease with $369 monthly payments and up to $15,000 in free hydrogen fuel fill-ups.
The only byproduct of this electric car is regular old water.
So drink up.
Fiat Chrysler is under investigation for some potentially pesky shifters.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating 1 million examples of the Ram 1500 pickup and Dodge Durango SUV after complaints of vehicle roll-away after placing the cars in park.
All effective vehicle sport the same kind of rotary shifter and investigation is the first step in a process that could lead to, but is not guaranteed, to end at recall.
In terms of actual recalls, Toyota has issued a recall for just 94 examples of its 86 sports coupe.
Apparently, some cars may have a disconnected key interlock, which would allow owners to remove the key without setting the vehicle into park.
Which could lead to a safety hazard if those cars roll away, Toyota will fix the cars by reconnecting the key interlock, obviously 86's with keyless entries and systems are not affected by this recall.
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