Since it is the heaviest configuration in the range, the 450hL can’t deliver the same impressive fuel economy figures as other versions. However, it is still significantly thriftier than the gas variant. Across the city/highway/combined cycles, it returns 29/28/29 mpg. It comes outfitted with seating for up to six, but this comes at the expense of cargo capacity, limiting standard trunk space to just 7.5 cubic feet behind the third row - well below the average for the segment, even among hybrids. Some notable upgrades include captain’s chairs for the second row and tri-zone climate control.
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