Kelley Blue Book Names Two Honda Models to 10 Best Green Cars List
It gives the sales teams at Gateway Honda Dealers great pride to announce that Kelley Blue Book has named the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid and the 2014 Civic Natural Gas as two of their 10 Best Green Cars of 2014.
While the standard 2014 Honda Accord has been earning quite a bit of attention lately—including being Honda's 20 millionth vehicle produced in the United States—the new hybrid take on the classic sedan has taken up its fair share of headlines as well thanks in no small part to its EPA-estimated 50 mpg city fuel economy.
Although there are many criteria that go into lists like those created by Kelley Blue Book, when looking at whether or not a car is green enough to make a top ten list of green vehicles, fuel economy is a huge factor thanks to what it says about the environmental impact of the car.
Of course, some vehicles have a completely different kind of impact on the environment. Electric cars and the select few fuel cell vehicles actually result in zero fossil fuel emissions, but Honda offers another option for the environmentally-
The 2014 Civic Natural Gas is powered by compressed natural gas instead of gasoline, which gives drivers access to the same Civic they have come to know and love running on a much cleaner burning, much less expensive fuel. Its inclusion on the KBB.com list falls right in line with Honda's commitment to offering “Blue Skies for Our Children,” as their new campaign promises.
Readers wanting to learn more about the 2014 Honda Civic Natural Gas, the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid, or any of Honda's other alternative fuel and hybrid vehicles have been encouraged to contact a sales expert at a Gateway Honda Dealer. With multiple locations in and around the greater St. Louis area, they make it easy for area drivers to get behind the wheel of an affordable and environmentally-
Gateway Honda Dealers includes Frank Leta Honda, Bommarito Honda, Honda of Frontenac, Meyer Honda Co., Ed Napleton Honda, West County Honda, and Mungenast St. Louis Honda.