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Is there some problem I didn't see?

neziyueneziyue Posts: 4
edited July 2018 in Honda
I'm trying to choose between a Camry hybrid and an Accord hybrid. I like them both, but the MSRP confuses me (all info for the base trim and is from a brief google search):

Accord LX: $23570; Accord hybrid: $25100, difference = $1530
Camry LE: $23495; Camry hybrid: $27800, difference = $4305

I was under the impression that hybrid cars are much more expensive than the non-hybrid versions, and most cars, even the Accord hybrid 2017 follows the trend. Why is the price suddenly lower for the 2018 Accord hybrid version? Is there any flaw I didn't see?

Thanks!

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