Explore the Pricing Options of the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid
The Honda Accord Hybrid has had drivers and dealers alike quite excited since it was announced. After all, what better way to make this stylish and popular sedan better than a fuel-efficient powertrain? In this post, we’ll cover a few details about the upcoming gas-electric auto, including production stats and pricing.
The big news about the Accord Hybrid is its gas mileage, which is rumored to be several miles-per-gallon than its competition. In our humble opinions, this will surely give it a head start with drivers in our Troy, NY locale.
Another upside is the hybrid’s accessible MSRP. It all starts out with the Accord Hybrid’s base model, which is pretty impressively outfitted. Packaged with a back-up camera, blind-spot detection and a stereo system with USB ports and Pandora compatibility, this variant comes in at $29,945 MSRP.
The next trim up, the EX-L, offers a leather interior and a driver’s seat with setting memory, seat heaters, and forward collision warning. Along with the optional sunroof, this trim goes for $32,695 MSRP.
The Touring trim, the Accord Hybrid’s highest offering, has even more stellar features, such as an onboard hard drive to store music files, navigation, and adaptive cruise control. This version is available for an MSRP of $35,695.
At the moment, Honda has already begun building the Accord Hybrid at its Marysville, OH plant. The car should be available at Rensselaer Honda later this year.
For more information about this hybrid or other new Honda models, stop by our dealership, or contact us using the live chat on our website with any questions you may have.