2014 Honda Accord Hybrid Priced at $29,945

Honda has just announced pricing of its upcoming 50 mpg 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid, and the car will start just under $30,000 when it hits showrooms this Halloween. The standard 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid starts at $29,945 including destination, with two other trim levels, Hybrid EX-L and Hybrid Touring sitting above the base trim.

The base Hybrid is approximately equivalent to the EX trim of the non-hybrid 2014 Honda Accord sedan, with standard features like a backup camera, Bluetooth, automatic climate control, alloy wheel, a power driver’s seat, and Honda’s LaneWatch blind spot warning system. The $32,695 Hybrid EX-L trim adds heated leather seats, a moonroof, a power passenger seat, and forward collision warning and lane departure warning systems. The $35,695 Hybrid Touring trim sits at the top of the range and adds navigation, LED headlights, and adaptive cruise control. There is also a 2014 Honda Accord Plug-In model that debuted earlier this year, which has a larger battery pack for increased electric-only range and starts at $40,570. It can drive about 13 miles on electrical power alone, according to the EPA.

All 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid models will be rated at 50/45/47 mpg city/highway/combined by the EPA, making for a best-in-class city rating and a combined rating that ties with the current class leader, the 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid. However, the 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid is also the most expensive midsize sedan hybrid, with the Fusion Hybrid being the next most expensive at nearly $2000 cheaper than the Accord Hybrid.

The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid will officially go on sale in the U.S. on October 31.

Base Price (w/destination) MPG (city/highway/combined)
2014 Honda Accord Hybrid $29,945 50/45/47
2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid $27,995 47/47/47
2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid $26,445 36/40/38
2013 Kia Optima Hybrid $26,700 36/40/38
2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid $26,935 43/39/41

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