Features And Specs of the 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid
The 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid and Accord Plug-In Hybrid include a couple of new mixture choices to the most recent era of Accord average size vehicles. Restyled and redesigned for the 2013 model year in gas-just structure, the Accord line extends for the 2015 model year to incorporate both a standard crossover and the organization's first-ever module mixture.
The Accord Hybrid, at 50 mpg city, 45 roadway (47 Combined), is the most noteworthy mpg fuel vehicle, not numbering modules. In the mean time there is an Accord Plug-In Hybrid, which gets a bigger 6.7-kwh battery pack rather than the Hybrid's 1.3-kwh lithium-particle battery pack
The standard Accord Hybrid contends with crossover models of the Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, and Toyota Camry, while the module adaptation rivals the Ford Fusion Energi- -additionally a module half breed -and the Chevrolet Volt.
The heavier Plug-In Hybrid is evaluated at 46 mpg joined together (47 mpg city, 46 mpg parkway) when working in gas/half and half mode once its bigger battery pack has been drained. The EPA rates that model's electric extent at 13 miles, more terrific than the Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid at 11 miles (and just 6 miles consistent) yet lower than the 21 miles of the Fusion Energi or the 38 miles of the Chevrolet Volt.
The EPA rates the Accord Plug-In Hybrid's proficiency in electric mode at 115 Mpge, higher than the Fusion Energi's 100 Mpge. (Miles-Per-Gallon-Equivalent measures the separation an auto can travel electrically on the same vitality as held in 1 gallon of fuel.)
The styling of the cross breed 2015 Accords is generally that of the updated 2013 Accord fuel models, yet with an alternate grille and front guard, unique flight optimized wheels, and a couple of subtle element contrasts like LED taillights. It's a clean, nice looking car truly in the mold of Accords past, and we give Honda's originators unique commendation for keeping the beltline low- -enhancing the driver's rearward perceivability and making it workable for shorter.