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2024 Honda Prologue

Starting at $45,000 est

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By Drew Dorian


The 2024 Prologue SUV, Honda’s second attempt at an EV after the ill-fated Clarity sedan, appears to be on track and thoroughly competitive thanks to a joint development agreement with GM. Details are hazy but we can see from a design sketch and spy photos of a prototype that the Prologue is a mid-size SUV. It promises to be handsome and it will likely sport large wheels, short front and rear overhangs, and simple lighting elements. We expect the Prologue to be similar in size to the gasoline-powered Passport but with a slightly lower roofline. The Prologue will ride on a platform developed jointly with General Motors; it will use versions of the same Ultium battery packs as future GM EVs, including the Blazer EV with which the Prologue appears to share components. If the Blazer's specifications are any indication, expect a driving range of around 250–320 miles per charge depending on configuration. Honda’s Acura luxury brand is also expected to offer a version of the Prologue, which is likely to bear the name ADX.

What's New for 2024?

The Prologue is on track for a 2024 on-sale date, so we expect to learn more about the new model closer to its debut, which should happen in late 2023.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

$45,000 (est)
$48,000 (est)
$51,000 (est)
$55,000 (est)

    Honda hasn't released information about the Prologue's pricing or trim levels yet, but we expect the new model to start around $45,000 and go up from there. Honda's traditional LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring trim levels are likely to make an appearance here, but we won't know which one will represent the best value until those details are released.

      As more information becomes available, we'll update this story with more details about:

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      • Fuel Economy and Real-World MPGe
      • Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
      • Infotainment and Connectivity
      • Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
      • Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

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