Hybrid Models

Since 1974, when the emissions-reducing CVCC engine was introduced in the Honda Civic, Honda’s engineers have worked tirelessly to maximize fuel efficiency in all of their cars. Today, Honda offers drivers a wide variety of environmentally friendly choices, from hydrogen powered to full electric and hybrid options. However, it doesn’t end here– Honda has set a global target for two-thirds of all its sales to come from electrified models by 2030. Stay tuned, as list of Honda models is sure to expand over the coming years.

2019 Honda Accord Hybrid

Honda is calling this model the “no-compromise hybrid” because it simply refuses to make sacrifices from power and efficiency to standard features and safety technologies the 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid does not make any concessions.

It’s all about teamwork under the hood as the Honda Accord Hybrid manages a lithium-ion battery, in-line 4-cylinder engine, and AC synchronous permanent magnet electric motor to produce 212 total system horsepower at 6200 rpm.* Needless to say, quick acceleration will never be an issue.

Intelligent engineering is a hallmark of every Honda vehicle and the 2019 Accord Hybrid is proof positive, equipped with technology that promotes both power and efficiency. A 3-mode driving system works in conjunction with the Eco Assist System making real-time adjustments to the performance of the engine, continuously variable transmission (E-CVT), cruise control, and climate control system in order to improve fuel economy. When it’s all said and done, the 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid achieves a remarkable, EPA-estimated 48 mpg across the board: city, highway, and combined.*

At the end of the day, this Honda hybrid still bares the legendary Accord name, which means high-quality craftsmanship, reliable performance, and outstanding value retention. As it was previously mentioned, the 2019 Accord Hybrid refuses to compromise, so even the base model includes features like deceleration selectors, auto high-beam headlights, 60/40 split fold-down rear seats, 16.7 cu ft of trunk space, and the Honda Sensing® suite of driver-assistive technologies.

2018 Honda Accord Hybrid

2019 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid

With the flexibility to use electricity and/or gasoline, the 2019 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid is bringing its eco-friendly style to all 50 states. It joins the Clarity Fuel Cell and Clarity Electric (limited availability) to complete Honda’s series of alternative fuel options. The Clarity Plug-In Hybrid offers drivers a premium-equipped sedan that doesn’t compromise performance or comfort for driving range–it has it all.

With a 47-mile EPA rated all-electric range,* Clarity has the highest range of any plug-in hybrid sedan on the market. The all-electric range is perfect for daily commutes, while the hybrid powertrain is optimal for long-distance travel– capable of an EPA rated 340-mile range with combined gas-electric.*

The 2019 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid offers premium standard features for drivers to utilize. Safety features take the form of driver-assistive technologies, which includes the Honda Sensing® suite, LED exterior lighting, and more. Entertainment and convenience is offered through an 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen interface with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration, Smart Entry with push-button start, and a wealth of other features. Opting for the Touring trim adds even more premium features.

2018 Honda Accord Hybrid

What makes Insight one of the top-selling compact hybrids in America? For starters, the 2020 Honda Insight boasts an EPA-estimated 55 mpg in the city*, a rating that’s among the best in its segment. And speaking of category-defining attributes, Insight also features best-in-class passenger space with seating for up to five adults. Factor in a reasonable price tag and a laundry list of standard technology and amenities, and it’s easy to see why Insight has become the benchmark for other hybrid vehicles.

2020 Honda Insight

The Honda Insight has always been a trailblazer within the hybrid segment. In fact, Insight was the first, available hybrid car on North American roadways. Consumers have seen three generations of the Honda Insight since 1999, with the first iteration coming in the form of a manual transmission, 2-door liftback. While this hybrid has experienced many changes over the past couple of decades, its core tenants of efficient performance, affordability, and innovative design have made Insight one of America’s top-selling compact hybrid cars.

So how does Insight achieve 151 total system horsepower and 197 lb-ft of torque without sacrificing its superior fuel economy? Take a look under the hood of the 2020 Honda Insight:

  • 1.5-Liter, Atkinson-Cycle 4-Cylinder Engine
  • AC Synchronous Permanent-Magnet Electric Motor
  • Port Fuel Injection
  • Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Electronic Continuously Variable Transmission (e-CVT)

Additional technology like the Eco Assist™ System, Deceleration Selectors, and a 3-Mode Driving System will not only help you maximize efficiency, but will also help you monitor your Insight’s performance.

As beautiful as it is efficient, the 2020 Honda Insight was built with aerodynamics in mind. The grille and engine designs reduce wind loss as well as a front bumper that limits wake. Insight’s flat floor design concept streamlines airflow underneath the vehicle and strakes minimize wake. The Insight’s trunk surface was designed to optimize aerodynamic performance, while the light treatment actually prevents airflow from entering the rear of the car.

Premium looks at an attractive price—and it just happens to be a hybrid—the 2020 Honda Insight blends refined power, styling, and performance for a driving experience you’ll have to see to believe. From its aerodynamic approach to its pioneering powertrain, Honda’s reputation for intelligent engineering remains unblemished for Insight’s 2020 model year.

Honda Insight

The History of Honda’s Hybrid Lineup

Honda has a reputation for developing some of the most efficient vehicles of the past 40 years, so of course they were one of the first automakers to develop a hybrid hatchback.

  • The Insight was the first hybrid to be sold on U.S. soil, debuting a full seven months before the Toyota Prius. While Honda’s hybrid hatchback gained its fair share of fans, it was only a matter of time before hybrid powertrains found their way onto Honda’s already efficient lineup of vehicles.
  • The Insight was joined by a Civic Hybrid in 2002 for the 2003 model year, with the Accord Hybrid first hitting the streets in 2004 and running from 2005–2007.
  • Honda returned to the drawing board shortly after 2007 and began rethinking their hybrids for the changing auto market, and in 2009 the second-generation Insight hit the streets to critical acclaim. While the Civic and Accord Hybrid models would again return, they would be joined by a truly unique vehicle: the Honda CR-Z hybrid sports car.
  • With these four vehicles and the addition of the Accord Plug-in Hybrid for the 2014 model year, Honda established themselves as an automaker with one of the most diverse selections of hybrid vehicles available, giving you plenty of options when it comes to being a fuel-conscious driver.

Most drivers have accepted the reality that fuel prices are likely never going to drop back down to what they were even a few years ago, and that means many people are shopping around for hybrids. The Honda hybrid car lineup is one of the most interesting and diverse, giving drivers like you access to fuel-efficient powertrains in a wide variety of vehicles—even a sports car.


[1] Total system horsepower as measured by the peak, concurrent output of the two electric motors and gasoline engine. [2] 48 city/48 highway/48 combined mpg rating. Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors. [3] 110 combined miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent (MPGe) electric rating; 44 city/40 highway/42 combined MPG gasoline only rating. 47-mile maximum EV mode driving range rating. 340-mile combined gas-electric driving range rating. Based on 2019 EPA ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe/MPG and driving range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors. [4] Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Your range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors. For additional information about EPA ratings, visit http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/label/learn-more-electric-label.shtml. [5] Based on 2018 EPA range rating. Use for comparison purposes only. Your range will vary based on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, powertrain condition and other factors. [6] 55 city/49 highway/52 combined mpg rating for LX and EX trims. 51 city/45 highway/48 combined mpg rating for the Touring trim. Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.
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