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Old 02-04-2017, 08:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
sendler
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Honda CBR250R FI Single - '11 Honda CBR250R
90 day: 103.51 mpg (US)

Ninja 250R SE Green - '09 Kawasaki Ninja 250R SE
90 day: 65.9 mpg (US)

2001 Honda Insight stick - '01 Honda Insight manual
90 day: 60.68 mpg (US)

2009 Honda Fit auto - '09 Honda Fit Auto
90 day: 42.77 mpg (US)

Kawi Ninja650 - '07 Kawasaki Ninja650
90 day: 54.85 mpg (US)

PCX153 - '13 Honda PCX150
90 day: 103.38 mpg (US)

2015 Yamaha R3 - '15 Yamaha R3
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Something is missing in that description of the drivetrain. A 1.5kWh battery seems to be too small to be the sole power to move the car with a 40kW motor. That will be quite a high discharge rate leading to very short battery life like the R/C batteries get. The Honda Accord Hybrid uses 6.7kWh and the engine clutches in to the wheels at highway speed.
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