2014 Honda Accord Hybrid Price = $29,945

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The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid, with an impressive (for a conventional hybrid car) fuel economy of 47 miles per gallon (US), is just about ready to roll into your local Honda dealership. The car will be available starting October 31, Honda reports. The company has also now released the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid price — $29,945.

2014 Honda Accord Hybrid
2014 Honda Accord Hybrid
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Aside from the base model, EX-L model is priced at $32,695, and the Touring model can be bought for $35,695.

Stephen Edelstein of Green Car Reports notes that the 2014 Accord Hybrid is priced a bit higher than its hybrid competitors:

The 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid starts at  $26,995 with destination; a 2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid starts at $26,445; and its 2013 Kia Optima Hybrid sibling begins at a sticker price of $26,700.

The well-established 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid starts at a cost of $26,950. Buyers willing to move from a midsize sedan to a hatchback might also consider the more fuel-efficient 2013 Toyota Prius Liftback, which starts at $25,010.

Of course, the 47 mpg fuel economy rating (49 mpg in the city, 45 mpg on the highway) is a best in class, so that counts for something. (Notably, in case you got confused, this is not the Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid, which has a combined fuel economy of 100 mpg.)

Check out more 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid details here.

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9 thoughts on “2014 Honda Accord Hybrid Price = $29,945

  • what is the range of this hybrid?

    • 124 CITY / 105 HWY

    • Range is 575 miles.

  • The Chevy Volt is $2k less. Even less if you live in a state that gives EV subsidies.

    Why buy a gasmobile when you could drive with electricity and save on the purchase price?

    • And the hybrids are so old technology. On an average commute with occasional long weekend trips, this Honda Accord Hybrid would still guzzle a full tank of gas every week. A Volt would need a tiny tankful of gas every 3 months if you can plug it in your garage daily. If you can plug in at work daily, then you would need a half tankful of gas once every year.

    • Space for a family of 4 is tight in volt- I wish it could do car seats with taller than average people in the volt. It’s still a small car.

  • Really the extra mpg isn’t worth it compared to even the fusion which looks much better at real world 39mpg over 150k mi at 3.50 gal. Such a waste Honda- I guess they figure they can get away with it bc higher mpg/ their brand?

    • Honda’s are built to last for a very long time. You get what you pay for.

      • You can say the same thing for Toyota which costs a few thousand less. Wait for the all-new, redesigned Camry next year, http://www.automotivelatest.com/2015-toyota-camry-refresh-concept/. MPG will be more likely competitive but continue to stay around the same price. The style won’t be exactly like the concept but definitely close. The long haul commuters will stay with the Prius.

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