We’ll pay better than market value for your used car! Click here to sell us your vehicle.

We’ll pay better than market value for your used car! Click here to sell us your vehicle.

My Garage

Honda Electric Cars in Victoria, BC

Honda Clarity Insight Accord Hybrid Top Banner

Electrify Your Honda Drive

Today's Honda lineup offers buyers several choices of fuel-efficient vehicles, from hydrogen-powered to fully-electric and hybrid variants. In fact, Honda has announced a global benchmark goal for two-thirds of all sales to come from electrified models by 2030. If you've been curious about the benefits which come from driving a hybrid or electric vehicle, Campus Honda has created this useful guide which takes an in-depth look a the most popular Honda hybrids - the Accord Hybrid, Clarity Plug-In Hybrid, and Insight.

electrify your drive

Honda Hybrid, Plug-In, Electric Vehicles Explained

The difference between a hybrid vehicle and a non-hybrid is fairly easy to explain. Non-hybrid vehicles are powered solely by a traditional internal combustion engine using gasoline or diesel fuel. Hybrid vehicles retain this internal combustion engine with the bonus of an electric motor for supplemental power. This advanced system works in tandem to deliver an optimized blend of performance and efficiency. As an example, the Honda Accord Hybrid offers greater fuel economy than the standard Honda Accord.

Plug-In Hybrids
Although similar in nature to a traditional hybrid, plug-in hybrids take efficiency to the next level by their ability to make their electric motor the sole power source. A great way to think of these plug-in hybrid models is how they're essentially an electric vehicle that can rely on its gasoline power to extend its range as a backup.

Electric (EV)
Lastly, we've come to electric vehicles (also referred to as EVs). These types of vehicles are powered exclusively by electricity with no internal combustion engine. Since they don't have a tradition engine, these models have plenty of extra space for additional battery capacity which allows you to drive further on a single charge. Choosing an EV means you'll never have to visit a gas station again. "Fueling up" now consists of plugging your vehicle into an electrical outlet to charge.

To help you get a better understanding of the fantastic benefits that come from owning a hybrid vehicle, our General Sales Manager David Glabais, created a helpful guide which compares the three Honda hybrids: the Accord Hybrid, the Insight Hybrid, and the Clarity Plug-in Hybrid.

2020 Honda Insight Hybrid Sedan

(Civic Hybrid)
Average: 115.0 g/km CO Starting at $30,270

ezgif.com-webp-to-jpg (2).jpg

Key Features

  • Three selectable driving modes - ECON, Sport, and EV
  • Available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™, Honda HD Digital Traffic, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi capability
  • Standard Honda Sensing® suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies
  • Optional 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration
  • Available next-generation HondaLink® subscription services and HomeLink® Remote System

When it comes to reducing our carbon footprint, we're not just serious - we're driven. Leave hybrid compromise in the dust. The Insight features a zippy 1.5-litre, 16-valve, Atkinson cycle DOHC, i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine that gives you a taste of true hybrid power with 151-hp and 197 lb.-ft. of electric motor torque. Read more...

2020 Honda Accord Hybrid Sedan

Average: 117.0 g/km CO Starting At $36,500


Key Features

  • Standard Honda Sensing suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies
  • Deceleration selectors
  • Smart entry with Push-button Start
  • Multi-Angle Rearview Camera
  • 60/40 split fold-down rear seats
  • LED low-beam headlights with auto-on/off
  • Auto high-beam headlights

A familiar face among the Honda hybrid vehicle lineup, the Honda Accord Hybrid is powered by the third generation of Honda's innovative two-motor hybrid powertrain. It features a 2.0-liter DOHC i-VTEC® Atkinson-cycle 4-cylinder engine paired to an electric propulsion motor which combine to produce a total system output of 212 horsepower and 232 lb-ft of torque. Read more...

2021 Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid Car

Average: 36.0 g/km CO Starting At $46,300

2021 Honda Clarity Plug-in

Key Features

  • All-electric daily driver - With the class-leading 76 km all-electric range rating, many daily trips can be accomplished using only battery power.
  • Gas for distance - For longer trips, when the electric battery runs out the gas-powered engine takes over to provide additional driving range, giving the Clarity Plug-In Hybrid a 340-mile combined gas and electric range rating.
  • Hassle-free charging - Plug in to electric outlets at home, work, or at any of the thousands of electric charging stations located across the nation.

The Clarity brings a brighter, cleaner and more innovative future into focus and onto the road with a high-end, premium driving experience. If you care about mitigating your carbon footprint, there aren't many better vehicles than the 2021 Clarity Plug-In Hybrid. The Clarity boasts an impressive 2.1 L/100 km blended electric/gasoline fuel consumption. It can also drive 76 km with zero emissions, putting it at the top of its class. Read more...


Find answers to some frequently asked questions right here

What is the battery capacity and all-electric range?

The Clarity is equipped with a 17-kWh battery pack which is estimated to provide up to 76 km all-electric range, the longest of any plug-in hybrid in the intermediate sedan segment. Your range will vary depending on various factors such as: how you drive, how you maintain your vehicle, driving and weather conditions, powertrain condition, and other factors.

How do I maximize range on the Clarity?

The Clarity features energy-smart features such as ECON mode, hybrid mode and multiple levels of regeneration to help maximize driving range. The more often you recharge your Clarity, the better your battery will perform and hold capacity.

Will using accessories like the heater, air conditioner or sound system affect my driving range?

The air conditioner and heater consume energy from the high-voltage battery, causing the range to decrease. Turning off the air conditioner or heater when not needed will help manage the high voltage battery and increase your driving range.

Contact Us

    Réservez un rendez-vous commercial

    All Honda Electric Cars in Victoria, BC