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Honda's first all-electric SUV is the Prologue. Compact in size, the EV will feature the choice of a single motor, front-wheel drive set-up or a dual motor all-wheel drive option. The latter is expected to make around 288 hp and 333 lb-ft of torque.

Capable of charging at speeds up to 155 kW, Honda claims the Prologue’s 85kWh lithium-ion battery pack should be able to recharge 65 miles of range in about 10 minutes.

Honda Prologue Pricing Announced

Honda has introduced pricing for the brand's new all-electric SUV, the 2024 Prologue.

The 2024 Honda Prologue lineup begins with the EX trim, offered in both single-motor (2WD) and dual-motor (AWD) configurations. The single-motor variant is priced at $47,400, while the dual-motor version starts at $50,400. The Touring trim also comes in both drive configurations, with the single-motor priced at $51,700 and the dual-motor at $54,700. At the top of the range is the Elite trim, featuring a dual-motor (AWD) setup, priced at $57,900. All prices are before a destination charge of $1,395 and any applicable government incentives or tax credits.

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2024 Honda Prologue Hands-On Preview: 5 Stand-Out EV Features

The days of Honda dipping its toe into the electrification pool with quirky, low-volume Clarity sedan family of plug-ins and fuel cells is now ancient history.

The Japanese automaker is now heading for the mainstream with the introduction of the 2024 Prologue EV SUV.

Unlike its electrified sedan forerunners, Honda’s first-ever pure EV SUV will enter one of the best-selling new car segments in North America: mid-size SUVs. In this category, the Prologue isn’t aiming to become a niche darling of early adopters and trendsetters, but rather an attractive alternative for the masses exiting internal combustion vehicles and moving into EVs.

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