3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid

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What you must know before buying the Honda Accord Hybrid
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  • Limited stock from a small number of dealers
  • Prices have improved since its debut, but still near MSRP
  • Manufacturer-to-dealer incentives may help lower the price
  • Lease and APR deals on 2014 models

Limited availability; 2014s are almost gone and 2015s are rolling in:

The Accord Hybrid is still a novelty at this point, and only certain dealers keep them in stock. Look for this to change if the model suddenly shows signs of life. The 2914 models are selling out, but the 2015 models are coming in to take their spots.

Prices are getting better, but still near MSRP:

The Accord Hybrid's prices have been high since its debut, but they continue to fall. You can expect to pay near the MSRP still.

Honda extends its lease deals on 2014 models; APR deals added:

Lease deals on hybrid cars, particularly the new 2014 Accord Hybrid, are rare, but Honda is bucking this trend with a pair of lease offers. The first deal will cost $1,999 at signing and require 36 monthly payments of $269. Also available is a lease that requires $0 at signing and 36 monthly payments of $320. Additionally, Honda is offering 0.9-percent APR on the 2014 Accord Hybrid when you finance through Honda Financial Services for 24 to 60 months.

Manufacturer incentives help out with pricing:

Honda is really trying to push its 2014 Accord Hybrid, as it is continuing to offer incentives to dealers. Dealers can choose to pass these incentives onto buyers to help get deals done and move inventory.

Limited availability; 2014s are almost gone and 2015s are rolling in:

The Accord Hybrid is still a novelty at this point, and only certain dealers keep them in stock. Look for this to change if the model suddenly shows signs of life. The 2914 models are selling out, but the 2015 models are coming in to take their spots.

Prices are getting better, but still near MSRP:

The Accord Hybrid's prices have been high since its debut, but they continue to fall. You can expect to pay near the MSRP still.

Honda extends its lease deals on 2014 models; APR deals added:

Lease deals on hybrid cars, particularly the new 2014 Accord Hybrid, are rare, but Honda is bucking this trend with a pair of lease offers. The first deal will cost $1,999 at signing and require 36 monthly payments of $269. Also available is a lease that requires $0 at signing and 36 monthly payments of $320. Additionally, Honda is offering 0.9-percent APR on the 2014 Accord Hybrid when you finance through Honda Financial Services for 24 to 60 months.

Manufacturer incentives help out with pricing:

Honda is really trying to push its 2014 Accord Hybrid, as it is continuing to offer incentives to dealers. Dealers can choose to pass these incentives onto buyers to help get deals done and move inventory.

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Incentives & Rebates

Incentives available to everyone:

Special Incentives:

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Honda is not offering incentives on the Base 4dr Sedan at this time. See a complete list of Accord Hybrid incentives and rebates by Style below.
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