LOS ANGELES, June 29 (Reuters) - A Los Angeles family became the first in the United States to lease a hydrogen-powered car from Honda Motor Co. Ltd. as the company introduces consumers to the zero-emission technology. Honda, which already leases nonpolluting FCX fuel cell cars to several cities, said the initial consumer test was critical toward eventual commercial viability. Jon and Sandy Spallino will pay $500 a month for the two-year lease. The family of four will use the FCX for ...
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