2024 Honda Prologue Starts at $48K, Up To 296 Miles of Range

Honda is preparing to launch its first mass market electric vehicle (EV) in North America with the 2024 Honda Prologue. Set to hit US dealerships in March 2024, the Prologue offers a competitive blend of range, pricing, and features.

The Prologue comes in three trim levels: EX, Touring, and Elite, with the option of front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD). The base EX trim, featuring a 212-horsepower single electric motor and an 85 kWh battery, delivers an EPA-estimated range of 296 miles (476km).

Opting for the AWD configuration, which includes a second motor, increases the total output to 288 horsepower but slightly reduces the range to 281 miles (452km). The top-tier Elite trim, available only in AWD, comes in with a lower range of 273 miles (439km).

Notably, the Prologue’s range outperforms many of its competitors, including the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6, Volkswagen ID4, Nissan Ariya, and Ford Mustang Mach-E. The Prologue falls short however to the Chevrolet Blazer EV, which offers up to 324 miles (521km) on its rear-wheel-drive RS trim.

Here’s the price breakdown for the US market. No pricing for Canada has been announced yet.

  • EX – $48,795
  • EX AWD – $51,795
  • Touring – $53,095
  • Touring – AWD $56,095
  • Elite – $59,295

Standard features across all Prologue trims include 19-inch wheels, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, a 10-way power driver’s seat, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Google Built-In. The higher trims add luxury touches like leather seating, Bose audio systems, and larger wheels.

The Prologue supports DC fast charging up to 150 kW, allowing it to gain 65 miles (104km) of range in just 10 minutes. Honda offers various credit options for home charger installations and public charging, accommodating different needs of potential buyers.

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