2014 Honda Accord Hybrid Prices Start Below $30,000
By: Jeff Youngs, 9/24/2013
When the new Accord Hybrid goes on sale, it will be available in three levels of specification. The standard model, however, is not a stripped-down vehicle. It includes dual-zone automatic climate control, a 10-way power driver's seat, Bluetooth connectivity, text-messaging capability, USB port, and Pandora Internet radio. A set of aluminum wheels and LED running lights are also included in the base price, along with an expanded-view driver's side mirror and Honda's LaneWatch blind-spot information system, which monitors traffic on the right side of the car.
The Honda Accord EX-L Hybrid ($32,695) adds leather seats, a power front passenger's seat, heated front seats, and memory for the driver's seat and mirror settings. This trim level also includes HondaLink connectivity and services, a power sunroof, lane-departure warning system, and a forward-collision warning system.
At the top of the lineup is the Honda Accord Touring Hybrid ($35,695), which includes a navigation system with real-time traffic information and voice-recognition technology, a hard-drive music server, adaptive cruise control, and LED headlights.
Built in Ohio, the new Accord Hybrid is equipped with Honda's new "Earth Dreams" 2-motor hybrid powertrain, which allows the vehicle to operate in one of three modes: solely on electricity for short distances and at lower speeds, solely on the gasoline 4-cylinder engine, or as a gas-electric hybrid vehicle.
Honda says the new Accord Hybrid will go on sale on October 31, 2013.
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