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Honda Accord Hybrid

Electric Car Honda Accord Hybrid

Fuel consumption was initially estimated at 29 mpg-US (8.1 L/100 km, 35 mpg IMP) city and 37 mpg-US (6.4 L/100 km, 44 mpg-imp) highway, has left but later 25 mpg change - - U.S. (9.4 L/100 km, 30 mpg IMP) city, 34 mpg-US (6.9 L/100 km, 41 mpg-imp) highway after the addition of standard sunroof, and Honda spare (not included in the model 2005) pushed the car to a higher weight class for mileage United States Environmental Protection Agency tests. The Model 2006 was also in an AT-PZEV rated vehicles. AT-PZEV (Advanced Technology-Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle) is an emission standard, created by the California Air Resources Board. In 2007, the EPA estimates, but changed to 28 mpg-US (8.4 L/100 km, 34 mpg IMP) city and 35 mpg-US (6.7 L/100 km, 42 mpg IMP) highway.

The 2005 Accord Hybrid Sedan is also 4 inches (102 mm) longer than the 2005 Accord sedan. The 2005 Accord Hybrid Sedan comes in four colors: Graphite Pearl, Desert Mist Metallic, Silver Frost Metallic and Taffeta White. For the year 2006, the Accord Hybrid comes standard with Vehicle Stability Assist, and that of the conventional American-spec Accord, will get a small exterior facelift. Accord hybrids from model year 2006 and can hold up the yellow turn signal and rear fully whereas her colleagues have identified petrol red rear turn signals.

The Honda Accord hybrid car was a hybrid version of the North American Honda Accord, available in model years 2005 to 2007. It was the third company, if the hybrid model 2005 was introduced late 2004, after the Honda Insight and Honda Civic Hybrid. The Accord Hybrid was the lowest U.S. $ 3,000 higher than the EX V6 model Accord, and remained essentially the same trim and (even though the model performance levels in 2005 not the power sunroof). The Honda Accord Hybrid at the top of the (non-positioned Acura) lineup.

While this new vehicle of the same displacement as the regular seventh generation Accord V6 engine shared, was derived from the motor in the Hybrid's 2005 Honda Odyssey minivan and has the ability to shut off 3 of the 6-cylinder, under certain conditions for a Better fuel economy (a technology that Honda calls Variable Cylinder Management (VCM)). The new engine has iVTEC and developed a new compact drive gearing, so that the inclusion of the electric motor wedged between the transversely installed engine and automatic transmission. Power of the gas engine is to 240 to 255 hp (179 to 190 kW increase) and torque from 212 to 232 · lbf ft (287 to 315 Nm). However, there were no four-cylinder on the car.