2020 Honda Accord Hybrid Overview

The 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid goes at a bargain today. Honda last upgraded its moderate size hybrid car for the 2018 model year close by the non-hybrid Accord, and the two vehicles continued unaltered into 2019. In case you’re looking for one, this is what you have to know.

Counting goal, the Accord Hybrid beginnings at $26,400, which is simply $1,600, or 6.5 percent, more than the non-hybrid Accord. That value, which incorporates a $930 goal charge, gets you into the Accord Hybrid’s base trim level, just called Hybrid, for thousands not exactly the beginning cost of significant opponents — hybrid adaptations of the Chevrolet Malibu, Ford Fusion, Kia Optima and Toyota Camry. That is up $150 versus the base trim on the 2019 Accord Hybrid, yet it stays a modest arrangement of wheels for its group — and those wheels likely are aluminum: Honda hasn’t discharged full specs for the 2020 Accord Hybrid, however the 2019 Accord Hybrid had standard 17-inch compound edges. The terrible news? As with the non-hybrid Accord, base models need Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You need to step up to the Accord Hybrid EX ($30,300 with goal) to get the two highlights.

The Accord Hybrid keeps on getting 48 mpg in consolidated EPA evaluations, as yet trailing a few renditions of the Toyota Camry Hybrid yet besting different adversaries generously. With a 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-chamber motor and two electric engines, the Accord Hybrid’s EPA-assessed 48/47/48 mpg city/interstate/joined leads consolidated EPA appraisals for the non-hybrid Accord with a programmed transmission by 45-85 percent, or 15-22 mpg.

The solitary change Honda indicated for 2020 is the expansion of an electric sound that is produced at whatever point the vehicle is driving at low speeds exclusively on electric power, which it calls the Acoustic Vehicle Alert System. That seems to move the Accord Hybrid into consistence into a long-term coming law that, by late 2020, requires vehicles with electric-just heading to radiate sounds for people on foot.

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