Is the Honda Accord EcoBoost 2.0 the answer to America’s fuel economy woes?
Honda has unveiled its newest version of the Accord, the Honda Civic Ecoboost, in California.
This new model uses an advanced, dual-displacement turbocharged engine.
The new Civic EcoBoost has a 3.0L four-cylinder engine that produces over 700hp and is rated at a claimed 210 miles per gallon.
Honda says the new model will be available from March of next year.
Honda will also offer an upgraded version of its Accord, with a 2.5L turbocharged V6 and a claimed 335 horsepower.
Honda expects the new Civic to sell for $50,000 and is selling them for $10,000 less than the new Accord.
The Honda Civic EcoFuel is also expected to be available next year for $35,000.
Honda has also said that the new engine will come standard with an optional turbocharger, and will cost $1,500.
The car has been priced from $23,995 to $27,995.
Honda’s new Accord, dubbed the Civic Eco, is expected to have a $10 million price tag.
This is a great car, and Honda is going to make a lot of money off of it, so I think they’re doing the right thing.
The EcoBoost is not the only new fuel-efficient car on the market.
Ford is expected this month to release its next-generation Focus, which is also rumored to be a new version of Ford’s Focus Electric.
Focus Electric is expected later this year and will be a plug-in hybrid, though Ford has not said anything about whether or not it will have an all-electric version.
Honda is also said to be preparing to unveil a new, electric-powered Civic, but no date has been set.