All-new 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid available now in Edmonton, Alberta

Wheaton Honda offers comparative research pitting sedan against segment competitors

EDMONTON, Alberta, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Many Honda enthusiasts that happen to be fans of the brand's hybrid vehicles were dismayed during the 2016 model year, as no Honda Accord Hybrid was ever announced. But those fans' concerns were recently laid to rest as the brand introduced the all-new 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid, having undergone many of the same upgrades and updates as the 2016 Accord Sedan and Coupe, while also enhancing the hybrid powertrain to offer more efficiency and power than previous versions.

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Wheaton Honda, a dealership located in Edmonton, Alberta, has been publishing model research and competitive comparison to its website for the past couple of years, and the staff quickly added pages focusing on the all-new Accord Hybrid after it was unveiled. Most recently, the dealership added two new competitive comparisons, pitting the new hybrid sedan against two of its biggest segment rivals.

The first page sees the Accord Hybrid take on the 2016 Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid, as VW hasn't yet announced a 2017 Jetta Hybrid. The page highlights areas like horsepower, fuel efficiency and space to show the similarities and differences between the two midsize sedans. The second page sees the new model take on the 2017 Chevy Volt, which has a leg up on the Accord considering it is a plug-in hybrid. This page once again looks at areas like fuel economy and space.

Residents of the area and surrounding cities can find all of this information and more on the dealership's website, To schedule a test drive or find answers for any additional questions, shoppers are directed to the sales team which can be reached at 780-463-7888. Wheaton Honda is located at 9688 34 Ave in Edmonton.

Media Contact: Melina Kawecki, Wheaton Honda, 780-463-7888,

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