The 2014 Honda Accord plug-in hybrid can achieve more than 100 MPGe, as the Japanese based automaker has recently revealed.
After the car manufacturer has pulled the wraps off the all-new the model is being placed into the spotlights once more, this time with the company announcing some interesting figures with the vehicle. According to the automaker, the 2014 Honda Accord plug-in hybrid can achieve more than 100 MPGe and it’s expected to receive an Enhanced AT-PZEV rating from the CARB (California Air Resources Board).
The 2014 Honda Accord PHEV is powered by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder Earth Dreams Atkinson gasoline engine, which is producing 137 horsepower, along with a 124 kW electric motor and a 6.7 kWh Lithium-ion battery pack. The total output developed by the hybrid is 196 horsepower. The Honda Accord PHEV can be charged in less than 3 hours by using a standard 120-volt household electric outlet or in less than one hour when using a 240-volt charger. The new Honda Accord plug-in hybrid is based on the Honda Accord Touring and it’s getting a Burnished Silver Metallic exterior color choice, made especially for this version.