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Auto review: Honda Clarity Electric: A plug-in BEV with midsize sedan style

Honda showed up early for the hydrogen fuel cell party, getting to market before Toyota's Mirai and Hyundai's Tucson with an early version of its current Clarity sedan.

Now the company is increasing its visibility on the EV scene with an all-electric Clarity _ but arriving too late, critics will say, and with too little.

The Clarity BEV, Honda's first fully battery electric midsize car, is a five-passenger, plug-in sedan. Built on the same platform and fitted with the same body as the Clarity fuel-cell and hybrid variations, it's comfortable, quiet, quick off the mark and stylish.

Honda, having had success with its subcompact Fit EV, has gone to great pains to make its midsize electric car a winner, and it shows outside and in.

The body design is sleek and stylish. Not a compliance

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