Honda Accord and Ford Fusion plug-in hybrids may kickstart light PHEV adoption

Honda will sell a light plug-in hybrid (PHEV) version of its popular Accord family sedan in early 2013, and Ford will offer a PHEV Fusion sedan. These additions will be welcome to would-be PHEV consumers, who currently have few choices: the Toyota Prius Plug-In manages 11 all-electric miles with its...

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