2013 Honda Accord Plug-in-Hybrid Price in USA, Review, Release date, First Look, Specifications, Features and Images

Japanese Auto maker Honda Motors has beautifully deigned next generations car with world class styling and next generations hybrid technology to give you trouble free future. I am talking about all new 2013 Accord Plug-in-hybrid which going to hit US market by the Winter of 2013 priced at $30,000 (Est). It’s the biggest competitor Ford Fusion Hybrid and Nissan Altima hybrid, Chevy Volt Hybrid.

The next-gen Accord plug-in hybrid powered by  a 2.0-liter Atkinson cycle four-cylinder paired to a 120-kW electric motor and a 6-kWh lithium-ion battery mated with a an electric continuously variable transmission. To give you world class driving comfort and safety, It offers you  three distinct driving modes: fully electric, hybrid, and “direct drive” while  It’s multiple clutches allow the system to work in full-EV mode, full-gas mode, or a mix of the two. It can go 10 to 15 miles on electricity with a maximum speed of  62 mph and It takes 1.5 hours for complete charge on a 240-volt charger.

The 2013 Accord will debut ingenious new available features, such as Lane Departure Warning (LDW) , Forward Collision Warning (FCW) and the Honda-exclusive LaneWatch™ blind spot display. The new Accord also introduces HondaLink™, a cloud-based system that connects you to Bluetooth® Streaming Audio, Pandora® internet radio SMS text message function and all your favorite digital content without hassling with your mobile phone. The available Aha™ feature on HondaLink gives you access to personalized restaurant searches, Facebook audio feeds, audiobooks and more via the audio system interface and voice recognition.

At last I would  like to say that new 2013 Honda Accord Plug-in-hybrid is coming to rock the US market. What you think? Please be open to give your view.