Date: August 19, 2013 09:44
Some dealers have received their brochures for the 2014 Accord and contained within these brochures are a few morsels of info concerning the upcoming Accord Hybrid.
According to the literature, the EPA Fuel economy is estimated to be 50mpg city, 45mpg highway, and 47mpg combined. This is up slightly from Honda's initial 49mpg city estimate that was provided in a June press release.
The Hybrid will wear 17" wheels and tires and halogen projector-beam headlights and most of the feature set of the Accord EX. There will be an EX-L model offered which adds Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Lane Departure Warning (LDW), auto dimming rearview mirror, a power moonroof, and of course a leather trimmed interior.
There will also be a Touring trim level which primarily adds adaptive cruise control, LED headlights, 16GB hard disk drive "audio memory", and navi.
No word on pricing yet, but that will be released by Honda closer to the Accord Hybrid's October on-sale date.
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August 19, 2013 11:13