The Clarity comes in three versions: an electric (EV), a plug-in hybrid, and one powered by hydrogen.
The plug-in hybrid is the most practical version and has a 48-mile all-electric range before the gas engine kicks in.
It takes 2.5 hours to recharge with a 240-volt charger or 12 hours on 120 volts.
The car works well in electric-only mode, but in hybrid mode the engine makes a loud ruckus.
The ride is comfortable, but its handling is rather clumsy.
The cabin is roomy, but the front seats are uncomfortable because of their short bottom cushion and lack of lower back support.
Forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking are standard, but there is no true blind spot warning system that covers both sides.
The push-button gear selector takes getting used to.
The electric version has a short EPA-rated range of 89 miles.
This will be the final year for the EV version.