The price can go up to 150$
The Honda Accord Hybrid goes generally unaltered as it advances into the 2020 model year, yet the starting cost goes up by $150 to $26,400, destination included. The most prominent plus is another component called the Acoustic Vehicle Alert System, or AVAS, which is the sound the vehicle will emanate while driving under bad electric power.
Honda extends the trim lineup immaculate, however, all get a $150 value bump. Counting destination charges, the base hybrid currently records at $26,400, the EX costs $30,300, the EX-L costs $32,800, and the Touring costs $36,070.
The Accord Hybrid's powertrain additionally continues as before, as it will keep on using a system with two electric engines that pair with a 2.0-liter Atkinson cycle and Honda's E-CVT. It is estimated at 212 horsepower and 232 lb-ft of torque. Eco-friendliness numbers remain the same, also, at 48 mpg city, 47 mpg highway and 48 mpg consolidated. The Accord Hybrid accomplishes an EPA-evaluated 47 mpg in every single driving situation, including combined.
Honda's two-engine system utilizes one electric engine to speed up from a standstill, and a subsequent engine to turn over the gas motor. Since it has an engine that legitimately impels the vehicle, it is likely to drive in quiet electric mode. As federal regulations take off commands for electric vehicles to make sound, Honda includes AVAS, which alarms individuals outside the vehicle of the vehicle's presence.
All models of the Accord Hybrid come standard with the Honda Sensing safety suite, programmed high-beam headlights, a multi-angle rearview camera, and driver attention monitor. EX models accompany an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto similarity, and Touring models come equipped with a membership to HondaLink services and an inherent 4G LTE wi-fi hot spot.
The 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid goes on sales this weekend.