What We Know So Far

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Overview

The 2024 Prologue SUV, Honda’s second try at an EV after the ill-fated Readability sedan, seems to be on monitor and totally aggressive due to a joint improvement settlement with GM. Particulars are hazy however we will see from a design sketch and spy pictures of a prototype that the Prologue is a mid-size SUV. It guarantees to be good-looking and it’ll possible sport massive wheels, quick entrance and rear overhangs, and easy lighting parts. We anticipate the Prologue to be comparable in measurement to the gasoline-powered Passport however with a barely decrease roofline. The Prologue will journey on a platform developed collectively with Common Motors; it is going to use variations of the identical Ultium battery packs as future GM EVs, together with the Blazer EV with which the Prologue seems to share parts. If the Blazer’s specs are any indication, anticipate a driving vary of round 250–320 miles per cost relying on configuration. Honda’s Acura luxurious model can be anticipated to supply a model of the Prologue, which is more likely to bear the identify ADX.

What’s New for 2024?

The Prologue is on monitor for a 2024 on-sale date, so we anticipate to be taught extra concerning the new model nearer to its debut, which ought to occur in late 2023.

Pricing and Which One to Purchase

LX

$45,000 (est)

EX

$48,000 (est)

EX-L

$51,000 (est)

Touring

$55,000 (est)

Honda hasn’t launched details about the Prologue’s pricing or trim ranges but, however we anticipate the brand new model to begin round $45,000 and go up from there. Honda’s conventional LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring trim ranges are more likely to make an look right here, however we cannot know which one will signify the most effective worth till these particulars are launched.

As extra data turns into obtainable, we’ll replace this story with extra particulars about:

  • EV Motor, Energy, and Efficiency
  • Vary, Charging, and Battery Life
  • Gas Financial system and Actual-World MPGe
  • Inside, Consolation, and Cargo
  • Infotainment and Connectivity
  • Security and Driver-Help Options
  • Guarantee and Upkeep Protection

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