Honda Announces 2014 Accord Hybrid Price

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In the market for a high-mileage hybrid around the Halloween holiday? Honda has a treat for you. On Oct. 31, the 2014 Accord Hybrid will begin haunting dealerships at a starting price of $29,945; all prices include a $790 destination charge.

The 2014 Accord Hybrid comes in three trim levels: base, EX-L ($32,695) and Touring ($35,695). The base model comes standard with a blind spot warning system, rearview camera, LED running lights, Bluetooth connectivity, alloy wheels and a 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat. The EX-L adds forward collision and lane departure warning systems, leather-trimmed heated front seats, the HondaLink multimedia system, a memory driver's seat and a one-touch moonroof. The Touring package adds navigation with voice recognition and traffic data, and adaptive cruise control.

All models share the same mileage ratings, an EPA-estimated 50/45 mpg city/highway; Honda says it's the highest among four-door sedans. The sedan's powertrain combines a 124-kilowatt electric motor and lithium-ion battery with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, and is operable in fully electric mode, gas-only or combined power. The 2014 Accord Hybrid is the first hybrid to be manufactured at Honda's Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio, and the automaker's second hybrid produced in the U.S., joining the Civic Hybrid, built in Greensburg, Ind.

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Comments 

Neww

Honda have forgotten the way Camry Hybrid beat Accord Hybrid in mid 2000's.

But atleast this time they have a high mileage 4 cylinder hybrid instead of the performance v6 hybrid.

Hope they sell well to promote the hybrid cause.

But I would wait for Tesla to sell 200 mile range small car at 30K.

Tony

You know, for someone living in good climate this car could be a great deal because unless it rusts out, it can probably be driven for at least 20 years, considering that gasoline engine will be hardly used vs regular gas cars. Although it is going to be boring to drive same car that long

It is going to be fun driving this car. Seems like with its smart features it is going to be a car to last many years as already mentioned in the comment ahead of mine. Lets see.

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