A few weeks ago, Honda officials have revealed the final EPA fuel economy ratings for the new 2014 Accord Hybrid. Now, time has come for the company to reveal the pricing for the new model as well. According to them, the vehicle will be available for purchase on the North American market starting with end of next month. We have these details from a press release the carmaker offered. Apparently the price for the new hybrid will start at $29.155, but it can go up to $31.905 for the EX-L.
The price for the Touring model can go up to $34.905 which does not include destination and handling charge of $790. Its price can be compared to the $39.780 asked for the Accord Plug-in Hybrid. It shares the same power train with the PHEV, but without the plug-in capability and the larger battery. To be more precise, we are talking about the 2.0-liter inline-four unit capable of generating 137 horsepower which can go up to 166 horsepower using an electric motor. In the end, the combined output can reach 196 horsepower. In terms of fuel consumption the hybrid returns EPA ratings of 50 mpg in the city, 45 mpg on the highway and a combined cycle of 47 mpg.
The engineers have offered as standard the LaneWatch blind spot display system, LED daytime running lights, a rear view camera, Bluetooth and FreeLink, SMS text message function and dual-zone automatic climate control. Next on the list we also have alloy wheels, Pandor compatibility and also an audio system. For the less experienced drivers, the company also offers Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Warning. In terms of interior, all passengers can enjoy heated front seats, connectivity system and front passenger seat with 4-way power adjustment and also, for the more pretentious ones, the car as one-touch moon roof.
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