2024 Honda Prologue EV Pricing Starts at $47,400

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Honda has announced the upcoming launch of its all-new 2024 Prologue, the brand’s first all-electric SUV, set to arrive in dealerships in March.

The Prologue stands out with a best-in-class standard EPA range rating of 296 miles on a full charge, blending Honda’s renowned fun-to-drive dynamics with advanced technology and spacious interiors.

The 2024 Honda Prologue’s pricing begins at the following before $1,395 in destination charges:

  • $47,400 for the Prologue EX (single motor) with 296 miles range
  • EX Dual Motor (AWD) at $50,400 with 281 miles range
  • Touring Single Motor (2WD) at $51,700 with 296 miles range
  • Touring Dual Motor (AWD) at $54,700 with 281 miles range
  • Elite Dual Motor (AWD) at $57,900 with 273 miles range

Each model features a comprehensive suite of Honda Sensing safety technologies and key standard features, such as:

  • 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels
  • Google built-in
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility
  • Wireless phone charger
  • 10-way power driver seat with adjustable lumbar support
  • Heated front seats
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Sirius XM satellite radio
  • Electric Performance and Charging Solutions

Honda says the Prologue offers a sporty driving experience with a state-of-the-art electric vehicle platform and multi-link suspensions. The two-wheel drive models feature a 212 hp front-mounted single motor. The Elite model introduces all-wheel drive with a dual motor setup, generating 288 hp and 333 lb.-ft. of torque.

Fast charging capabilities allow the Prologue’s 85 kWh lithium-ion battery to recharge 65 miles of range in about 10 minutes.

Honda provides Prologue customers with a range of charging packages included in the MSRP. The packages offer a mix of public charging credits, home charging equipment, and installation credit. Options include:

  • Option A: Home Charging Station (Level 2) with $500 installation credit and $100 EVgo charging credit.
  • Option B: Portable Charging Kit (Level 1 and 2) with $250 installation credit and $300 EVgo charging credit.
  • Option C: $750 EVgo charging credit.

Electrify America also provides 60 kWh of complimentary public charging to all first-time Honda EV owners.

“The all-new Honda Prologue represents a major step in our electrification strategy, leading us toward our vision of 100% zero-emissions vehicle sales by 2040,” said Lance Woelfer, assistant vice president of Honda National Auto Sales, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., in a statement. “It’s a great addition to our lineup, and we’re excited for customers to experience our first all-electric SUV.”

Tesla’s Model Y RWD starts at $43,990 before a $7,500 federal tax credit and has 260 miles of EPA-estimated range. The Model Y AWD Long Range is $48,990 before a $7,500 tax credit with 310 miles of range. Honda has its work cut out with the Prologue when it comes to vehicle software and pricing, but at least the company has signed on with Tesla’s North American Charging Standard.