honda accord plugin hybrid lease

2015 Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid Lease
$
399
/Mo.

$3299 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Car-Pool Lane Sticker.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $39,780


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Payment Breakdown: Honda is offering a lease of a 2014 Accord Plug-In CVT PHEV (limited availability in select New York and California dealerships) to customers who qualify. You will pay $429 a month for 36 months for total lease payments of $15,444 plus a $790 destination charge, $595 acquisition fee for a total of $16,829 (plus fees, taxes, dealer charges, etc.) for the lease term.
Mileage: This 2014 Honda Accord Plug-In CVT PHEV lease comes with 36,000 miles over the life of the lease. Any additional miles driven over the allotted 36,000 is charged at $0.20 per mile. So even if you drove 1000 miles over the 36,000 you would only be charged an additional $200 for the extra miles driven.

End of Lease: Once your lease is up you will have the option to purchase the car for about $20,285 or you can simply return the car to the dealer and lease your next vehicle. Keep in mind that you will be charged for any unusual wear and tear and for all additional mileage driven over the allotted amount.

Fine Print: *This lease may be available to customers who qualify through your participating dealer. Dealer contribution may vary and could affect actual lease payment. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. All figures are provided as an example of a lease.

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Accord PLug-In Review
The last time Honda had an Accord Hybrid the year was 2006 and that car only lasted 2 model years. The problem was the old Accord Hybrid only managed 28 MPG in the city and 35 MPG on the highway. That was nothing compared to the same model year Prius. Now though Honda has a new Hybrid that gets over 50 MPG. But that is still nothing compared to the Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle seen here. This bad boy gets 115 MPG! Two words: 115 MPG. That’s what you can expect with the Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid Lease. The best part is this model looks just like the regular Accord while offering the same great driving and upscale interior.
Redesigned last year, the Accord sedan fortunately not needed a complete plastic surgery to integrate hybrid edition. But, as is often the case, this Agreement greener – unless it’s blue – dressed subtle details that distinguish it from other family members Agreement. The most striking element is at rim “aero” strangely reminiscent of those of a certain Volkswagen Jetta
Hybrid.
At the front, projector beam headlights adopt a bluish tint, a color that is also of the inner portion of the grille. At the rear, the blue theme continues on the lights, while a spoiler now oversees the trunk, not to mention the exclusive distributor for this model. Oh, please do not forget the badges HYBRID on the front fenders and trunk! Know that there will be two trim levels or Hybrid and Touring, the latter being more formal.
Interior: it is a hybrid?

The metamorphosis is even more discreet inside the steering wheel is equipped with a glossy finish in controls. The rest of the interior remains faithful to the regular model, though the display behind the wheel and in the central display shows course information specific to hybrid vehicles (battery, fuel consumption, fuel level, etc. .). There is one other element of differentiation, or the letter B appears next to the automatic gear lever. Will be discussed later.
In the Touring edition, upholstery, steering wheel and gearshift are all entitled to leather. If the basic version is equipped with heated front seats, the rear seats of the Touring are also provided. Moreover, the more upscale version of inheriting a more powerful sound system, in addition to offer XM satellite radio.
Mechanical: finally a four-cylinder

This time, Honda seems to have made the right decisions to develop a more frugal midsize sedan. First, the gasoline engine is mated to the powertrain has only four cylinders, V6 unlike the old version. This new unit Atkinson cycle 2.0-liter engine develops 141 horsepower alone and combined with two electric motors, the sedan delivers a maximum power of 196 horses.
The Accord Hybrid does not use a conventional gearbox. Called e- CVT , the connection of the gasoline engine with two electric motors is responsible for transmitting power to the front drive wheels. There is no torque converter, or even belt. Only one clutch is active or not to power the front wheels. One of the two electric motors acting as the generator, while the other takes care of the propulsion of the car.
For example, when driving in energy recovery mode, the first motor converts kinetic energy into electrical energy to recharge the battery pack lithium ion. The second electric motor is powered by the gasoline engine to generate power for other electric motor which, in turn, is responsible for propelling the sedan.
We should also mention that the sedan Accord Hybrid can run on petrol only when it reaches a speed of about 80 km / h. The two electric motors are no longer sought, which reduces friction.
Finally, a word on the servo braking system is controlled electronically. The advantage of this system lies in the method used to brake. Indeed, it slows the engine instead of stupidly slow the car, at the same time reducing fuel consumption.
He most important lesson of this new engine is now called i- MMD (for Intelligent Multi-Mode Driving) is that it is much more modern than the hybrid systems used so far in Honda, and it would not be surprising to see this technology appear under the hood of other products manufacturer in the years to come.
Road

It’s fine all this hardware, but does it work in real life? Honda Canada had invited some members of the automotive press in order to try the car on a predetermined path.
Upon startup, the Accord Hybrid is silent as is often the case with green vehicles. The electric mode is activated and remains active when the battery charge is sufficient. Of course, additional pressure on the right pedal involves the gasoline engine, a fact confirmed by the sound emanating from the engine compartment and the small pattern behind the wheel. Compared to the Accord sedan motor conventional four-cylinder, the Accord Hybrid retains the same qualities, that is to say, a relatively precise steering, guaranteed comfort and soundproofing blameless.
Obviously, we did not push the mechanical background, the objective of this trip is to record the lowest consumption. It was therefore necessary to accelerate slowly and brake smoothly. To get more energy during braking and, in turn, charge more batteries, the B mode (activated by sliding the gear lever one notch below) is perfect for road sections down. However, by using it, we should not be surprised by the greater friction felt inside the cabin.

The manufacturer claims a consumption of 124 MPG in the city and 105 MPG on the highway achievable provided figures to ride within the rules of the “hyper-miling”. We have maintained an average of 3.9 L/100 km, but it is clear that this statistic would have risen around 5 L/100 km adopting a more aggressive driving.

This second attempt is she good? Only the coming months will confirm, but in terms of consumption figures, the Accord Hybrid surpasses the Ford Fusion Hybrid, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and the Toyota Camry Hybrid, while at the level of basic input prices ( $ 29,590), the Hybrid Accord is in the game.