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Ready to jump on the fuel-efficiency band wagon? We can’t blame you, it just makes practical sense. Lucky for you, Honda has a solid sedan that doesn’t “look” like a hybrid.

Honda’s Accord Hybrid is offered in three trim levels and can accommodate up to five people. It’s outfitted with 17” alloy wheels, automated headlamps, LED tail lamps, climate control, remote entry/start, touchscreen console with parking camera, Bluetooth/USB integration and six-speaker audio system.

Upgrades to the fuel-efficient sedan can add heated/powered side mirrors, leather upholstery, smartphone integration, upgraded audio system with HD/satellite radio, GPS, heated rear seating, front/rear parking sensors, and more.

Our tester was powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that’s paired with a battery pack, able to generate 212 horsepower.

Pricing: Visit NADAguides.com