The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid is so popular in Japan, that U.S. showrooms are having trouble keeping them in stock. The culprit?A lack of batteries.
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The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid manages to blend comfort, fuel economy, and performance in a sedan that more than of my Millennial friends mistook for a BMW.
LOS ANGELES, California, November 22, 2013 (ENS) – The Honda Accord has been chosen as the Green Car of the Year® 2014, but this year the award goes not to just one model but three: the Accord, Accord Hybrid, and Accord Plug-In Hybrid. “Green Car…
The new for 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid goes on sale today, with a reasonable pricetag, a 50 MPG EPA rating, an almost impossibly low-emissions 4 cylinder engine, a torquey electric motor, and withOUT a conventional transmission. As I mentioned in my initial review of Honda’s 50 MPG Accord Hybrid earlier this month, this new Honda […]
Here it is, the revolutionary new for 2014, 50 MPG Accord Hybrid. Before we get too far into my driving impressions of the car, though, I want to make a few things clear. First, the new Accord hybrid is a revelation. Second, In-n-Out Burger is seriously overrated. It’s all about the vastly superior Whataburger, and […]
I went to a recent Honda hosted event in San Antonio and compared the new accord to the 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid. It seemed nice enough, then I threw up.
Hybrid technology is the focus of many car companies these days, including Honda. But hybrid technology can be applied to more than just automobiles, and Honda Power Equipment has come up with a hybrid snowblower that reduces fuel consumption, noise, and will certainly be the most affordable (and time saving!) hybrid on the market.
Honda is on a bit of a Hybrid roll lately, having resumed production of its hybrid Insight and announced a new, 70 mph hybrid Fit Shuttle just this week alone. What more, really, could anyone ask of Honda? As Gas 2.0 editor Chris DeMorro put it, “another hybrid” – and here it is. Sort of. […]