HONDA ACCORD PHEV
The Honda Accord PHEV, a top-selling plug-in vehicle in Japan was initially only made available on a lease basis to the government and corporates in the country. Retail sales began late 2013 with sales in the USA only commencing in 2014. Honda decided to discontinue the model range in June 2015.
2019 HONDA ACCORD
The 2019 Honda Accord with a nearly threefold increase in electric range is expected at the end of 2018. The 2019 Honda Accord PHEV includes technology upgrades to assist the driver in traffic and also with interfacing with the car and outside world such as a remote control app. The 2019 Honda Accord PHEV drivetrain is expected to be a 192hp (144kW) Turbocharged 1.5-liter inline four with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The 2019 Honda Accord has an improved electric top speed of around 145km/h (91mph) and can accelerate to a quarter mile in 15.7 seconds.
HONDA ACCORD PHEV SPECS
2019 Honda Accord PHEV Specs
2014 Honda Accord PHEV Specs
HONDA ACCORD PHEV SALES
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