Primarily stocked in California:
The carryover 2019 Clarity Plug-In Hybrid is in showrooms and has a few offers, but they are not enough to overcome its high pricing. Stock is limited, but the Clarity Plug-In Hybrid is easiest to find in California. You can get it in other states, but you may need to special order it.
Unlike the 89-mile Clarity Electric, which is only available to lease, you can purchase the plug-in hybrid from $34,355. It's not the cheapest plug-in, but you get built-in tech like automatic emergency braking at no extra charge.
Current offers are available regionally and end March 2, 2020. The deals listed here are available in California and other zero-emissions states, as mentioned.
The 2019 Clarity Plug-In benefits from a $4,000 unadvertised dealer cash incentive in California and other zero-emission states. Honda passes incentives like this to its dealerships to do with as they please. They can pass it on to buyers to reduce pricing or pocket it for added profit. Because of this uncertainty, we suggest shopping around for the best deals.
This offer is on top of $1,000 CVRP and the $up to $7,500 federal tax incentive.
Buyers cannot combine this unadvertised cash offer with any other cash offers listed below.
No APR offers:
The Clarity Plug-In continues without promotional financing offers. Check with a dealership near you to see if there are local financing deals. It does, however, offer $4,000 in finance cash if you secure a loan through Honda and live in a zero-emissions state.
Buyers cannot combine the Clarity Plug-In's finance cash with any other cash offers.
Lease from $389 per month:
Honda offers promotional lease offers on the 2019 Clarity Plug-In Hybrid in zero-emission states only. The base 2019 Clarity Plug-In's 36-month lease offer runs for $389 per month with $2,999 due at signing.
With an effective monthly cost of $472, this is not a good value for its $34,330 MSRP.
The Touring trim is an extra $40 per month and requires $3,799 down. This adds up to a $535 monthly effective cost, making it a bad value relative to its MSRP.
There are no promotional lease deals listed in non-zero-emissions states.