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2023 - 2025 Honda Accord Hybrid

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- 2025 Coming Soon -

Honda released a fully redesigned Accord Hybrid for the 2023 model year. This all-new sedan rolled in with an even more upscale look that included a more upright grille, blacked-out LED headlights, a full-length upper-body character line, and a 2.8-inch longer body. Inside, the Accord Hybrid found a nice balance between sporty and upscale, combining premium materials, in-demand tech features, and sharp design cues to appeal to a wide range of buyers. With this midsize sedan still quite fresh, ... Read more

2018 - 2022 Honda Accord Hybrid

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For 2022, Honda's Accord Hybrid range sees the Sport trim added to its line-up in place of the deleted EX model, acting as a bridge between the entry-level trim and the plusher EX-L. There are no mechanical or specification changes to report across this four-model range. The Accord Hybrid range starts with the untitled base model, priced at $27,685 including destination. There are jumps of around $3,000 to each trim level; Sport is $31,035, EX-L costs $34,005, and flagship Touring models come ... Read more

2014 - 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid

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Like Toyota, its archrival, Honda was a pioneer in hybrid automobiles. Both companies issued battery/gasoline models just as the 21st century got underway. Unlike Toyota with its increasingly popular Prius, however, Honda's hybrid path has been less steadfast and expansive. Honda launched its first Accord Hybrid for 2005, joining the smaller Civic Hybrid and departing Insight; but the battery/electric midsize sedan disappeared after three seasons. Totally new hybrid and plug-in hybrid Accords ... Read more

2006 - 2007 Honda Accord Hybrid

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The Accord Hybrid achieves excellent fuel economy, generates very little emissions, and delivers more horsepower than the gasoline-only model. It combines a V6 gasoline engine and an electric motor to provide significantly more power: 253 horsepower vs. 244 for the gasoline-only V6. It also gets substantially better fuel economy: 28/35 miles per gallon City/Highway vs. 20/29 for the non-hybrid sedan. With standard features such as a power glass sunroof, heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals, and VSA stability control, there is absolutely no sacrifice in comfort, safety or performanc... Read more

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