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Tuesday, June 24, 2003
 
Fuel cell cars are coming

In typical Honda fashion, they are delivering the first EPA-approved fuel cell vehicle, the Honda FCX. Considering the questionable benefits of fuel cell engines, not to mention the exaggeration of global warming, one has to wonder if these cars will ever become mainstream. By the time they are a viable, affordable option, we'll probably be well into a global cooling period. It seems like the only good alternative to this point has been the hybrid, and auto makers should run with those by making "normal" hybrid models (e.g. the hybrid Civic). I'll stick with my 30+mpg, LEV Civic for now.




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