June 23, 2016
This year has been full of excitement for Honda with newly redesigned vehicles which feature flashy styling, great fuel economy, innovative tech, impressive safety ratings and so much more. Included in these is the release of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline, the newly redesigned Honda Civic, and the new and improved Honda Accord, which is now in its 40th year.
The Honda Accord, America’s best-selling midsize sedan, welcomes the re-styled and re-engineered 2017 Accord Hybrid to the family. According to Honda, the car is America’s most powerful and fuel-efficient midsize hybrid sedan. The car features an advanced, new, second-generation two motor hybrid powertrain that peaks out at 212 horsepower and best-in-class EPA fuel economy ratings of 49/47/48 mpg (city/highway/combined).
Like the rest of Accord family, the 2017 hybrid model has had extensive upgrades made to it that include a new sportier style and driving performance. According to Edmunds, the car will feature three unique trims, the Hybrid, Hybrid EX-L and the Hybrid Touring. All three trim levels will include the Honda Sensing™ suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies, offered as standard equipment on all models, and for EX-L and Touring trims, Honda’s newest Display Audio touchscreen interface featuring Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility.
Jeff Conrad, senior vice president and general manager of Honda Division, American Honda Motor Co., Inc says, “The Accord Hybrid is the ultimate Accord, offering exceptional dynamic qualities with the greatest technological sophistication and fuel efficiency in the Accord Family.”
The Honda Accord has been setting the standard for family sedans and comes recommended by Edmunds. If you want to upgrade your vehicle, then it’s time to come into Frank Ancona Honda. We have a great selection of new vehicles and great deals to help you drive off the lot in the perfect Honda for you. Stop by today or call us at (913) 782-3636.
April 28, 2016
Honda just announced the exciting release of the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid. This car will be the ideal mode of transportation for those looking to break away from the fuel pumps during their day-to-day commute or summer vacations.
According to Forbes, the all-new Accord Hybrid will achieve an estimated 49 mpg city/47 mpg highway for a combined estimated 48 mpg. According to Road Show by CNET, the all-new Accord Hybrid will feature two electric motors. One will act as the main power source, while the other will function as a generator, providing backup power when the battery no longer has enough power. The new system has added an additional 16 horsepower to the previous model, making the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid more powerful as well as more efficient.
Honda took a year off from making the hybrid in order to move its main production facility from Ohio to Japan. The move allows Honda to double its production to 28,000 Accord Hybrids per year, according to Green Car Reports.
Frank Ancona is excited that this incredible vehicle will be available this summer, just in time for family vacations, and will qualify for the Honda Financial Services (HFS) College Graduate Program, saving recent college grads an additional $500 when buying or leasing a 2015 model year or newer through HFS!
If you can’t wait until summer to test drive the new Accord Hybrid, call us today at (913) 782-3636 to take a different Honda for a spin, like the Accord Sedan CVT LX. Frank Ancona Honda is currently offering a great lease special on the 2016 Accord Sedan CVT LX for$189 per month for 36 months/36,000 miles with $1,999 total due at signing. The Accord sedan can get up to 37 mpg in optimal driving conditions.
April 18, 2013
According to Honda, the Honda Fit EV, an entirely electric car, was named one of the Greenest Vehicles in 2013 by the American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy. The “Greenest Vehicles of 2013” is an exclusive list of 12 top models that have achieved the highest overall Green Scores, according to ACEEE’s Green Book®. The Fit EV doesn’t use a drop of gas to operate the car, resulting in the production of zero emissions.
(Honda Fit EV – Photo Credit: Honda)
Also on the list for Greenest Vehicles of 2013 was the Honda Civic Hybrid. The Civic also recently earned the award for TOP SAFETY PICK+ in 2013.
Honda has a long history of environmental leadership, including the introduction of America’s first mass-produced hybrid, the Honda Insight. For five consecutive years, the Union of Concerned Scientists has named Honda the Greenest Automaker in the U.S.