The 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid is arriving in dealer showrooms in the United States. It is available at a starting price of $26,400 (including D&H charge).
The 2020 model has the best-in-class horsepower. The Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver assist technologies comes standard now.
The price is the most affordable one in the segment. The EPA-rated combined fuel consumption is decent 48 mpg.
The manufacturer assembles the Accord Hybrid at the Marysville plant in Ohio. This best-selling midsize sedan helps Honda drift toward an annual sales record for electrified vehicles in America.
The 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid gets an updated Acoustic Vehicle Alert System (AVAS), not available before, and cutting-edge connectivity.
The 3rd-gen two-motor hybrid-electric powertrain consists of a 2.0-liter DOHC i-VTEC Atkinson-cycle 4-cylinder engine (40% thermal efficiency) and an electric propulsion motor.
The total output is 212 hp, the torque is 232 lb.-ft. The system works in a way it need no usual automatic transmission.
Trims and prices:
- Hybrid – $26,400;
- Hybrid EX – $30,300;
- Hybrid EX-L – $32,800;
- Hybrid Touring – $36,070.
Thanks to the Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure and the newest safety features, the Honda Accord Hybrid achieves NHTSA’s 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score in its NCAP safety ratings.
It also earned a Top Safety Pick mark from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), including the high “Good” score in all crashworthiness tests.