• 2014 Honda Accord (available Oct. 2013) EPA fuel rating 50 MPG! (city)


    Available in October 2013
    Honda expected its new 2014 Accord hybrid to get 49 MPG in city driving. Well, they were wrong, but we can't complain: The official EPA ratings are in, and the Accord hybrid received 50 MPG in the city, 45 MPG on the highway, and 47 MPG combined. That gives it a driving range of driving range of 673 miles on a full tank of gas. It's always nice to see numbers being revised upward rather than downward (as happened recently to Hyundai and Ford, for example).

    Only the Fusion and Jetta hybrids are close.

    The 2014 Accord hybrid will go on sale in the US in October. It will be built in Honda's Ohio plant.

    Source:
    http://www.treehugger.com/cars/2014-...-mpg-city.html
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