If you are looking for a new car and want to make sure that the environment gets a shout out along the way, you might want to consider the 2014 Honda Accord Plug-in hybrid that hits the 100MPGe mark. Not the best looking hybrid ride in the market, the Honda Accord Plug-in hybrid does have its fair share of qualities to fall in love with, which would include the estimated 100 MPGe rating in addition to a pure-electric range which does not make it fall short of its rivals. We are looking at you moving the vehicle around for up to 15 miles just on battery power alone, which should be adequate for you to hit the nearest gas station in most cases.
Arriving in dealerships sometime early next year, the 2014 Honda Accord Plug-in hybrid will boast of a new 2.0 liter “Earth Dreams” engine a 124 kW electric motor, and a 6.7 kWh battery pack that work together to deliver a total output of 196 horsepower (137 from the gas engine, 59 from the electric motor) and between 10 and 15 miles of electric-only driving. Are those qualities more than enough to persuade you to make the switch when the new ride arrives?
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