2021 Honda Accord Hybrid Sedan

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2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: August 11, 2020
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The Honda Accord has been around for a fairly long time now and is considered to be one of the best midsize family sedans because of its value for money, features, and the hybrid engine which blends power and efficiency. The 2021 Accord Hybrid is offered in four distinct trims and the range is expected to start from $26,000 for the base trim and increase for the Touring Hybrid. Sadly, AWD is still not available in the Honda as the Accord Hybrid comes in just the FWD configuration.

Today, the sedan faces stiff competition from the likes of segment stalwarts like the Toyota Camry Hybrid, Kia Optima Hybrid and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. Here’s our take on the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid which was expected to release in fall 2020 but we can expect a shift due to the current pandemic. 

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Pros

Exceptional Driving Experience

Easy to Maintain

Best in class spacing

Cons

Cabin noise

What's New?

Carryover version of 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid


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Exterior
Interior
Videos
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Styles

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan in Lunar Silver Metallic color
Lunar Silver Metallic

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Ratings

Features

8.5

Engine And Performance

8.4

Fuel Economy

9.2

Interior

8.0

Exterior

9.1

Safety

9.0

Competition

7.5

8.3

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Base

Base

power
212 hp @ 6200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
48 combined

$25,620


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $25,620 MSRP (48/48/48) 212 hp @ 6200 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan EX

EX

power
212 hp @ 6200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
48 combined

$27,920


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $27,920 MSRP (48/48/48) 212 hp @ 6200 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan EX-L

EX-L

power
212 hp @ 6200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
48 combined

$30,420


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX-L 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $30,420 MSRP (48/48/48) 212 hp @ 6200 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Touring

Touring

power
212 hp @ 6200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
48 combined

$36,250


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $36,250 MSRP (48/48/48) 212 hp @ 6200 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

Expert Review

8.3

Overall Rating


The Accord is one of the most preferred cars in the US market and there is a good reason behind it as well. It is a very practical, reliable and fun car to drive around the city and behaves very well on the highways as well. The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid continues the legacy. Powered by 2.0L Inline 4 cylinder engine, the Accord Hybrid is one of the most efficient cars in its segment and gets a starting price tag of $26,000.

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid still captures the magic of the Accord name tag and will be as reliable as ever. The Accord competes directly with the likes of Toyota Camry Hybrid, Kia Optima Hybrid and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Rear View

8.5/10
Features

 
 
 

8.4/10
Engine and Performance

 

9.2/10
Fuel Economy

 

8.0/10
Interior

 

9.1/10
Exterior

 

9.0/10
Safety

 

7.5/10
Competition

 
 

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Features

8.5/10

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid will be offered with 4 different trim levels: Base, EX, EX-L, and Touring. Honda equips all the Accord Hybrid models with the latest tech and features including the standard Honda Sensing suite of safety features. Prices for the Honda Accord Hybrid starts at $25,470 for the base trim and ends at $35,140 for the top-of-the-line Touring trim. 

Model

Base

EX

EX-L

Touring

MSRP(CVT)

$25,470

$29,370

$31,870 

$35,140

Key Features

Honda Sensing

Adds to Base Features

Adds to EX features

Adds to EX-L features

 

7-Inch Display

8-Inch Touchscreen Display

Leather-Trimmed Seats

Ventilated Front Seats, Heated Outboard Rear Seats

 

4-Speaker Stereo

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Automatic-Dimming Rearview Mirror

Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System

 

Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control

8-Speaker Stereo

10-Speaker Stereo

Wireless Device Charging and Wi-Fi

 

Remote Start

12-way Power Adjustable Driver’s Seat

Power Adjustable Front Passenger Seat

Head up display, Front and Rear Parking Sensors

   

Moonroof and Heated Front seats

 

19 inches Alloy wheels

The Base trim, priced at $25,470 comes with standard Honda Sensing suite of safety features few other features like a 7-inch display, a USB port, Bluetooth, dual-zone automatic climate control, cloth seats, remote start, alloy wheels, a rearview camera, and automatic high-beam headlight

The EX trim comes next at $29,370. It gets an 8.0” touchscreen infotainment setup with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, along with an 8-speaker stereo as standard. It also adds a 12-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with heating functionality and a moonroof over the features found in the Base trim.

The EX-L trim adds luxury to the EX trim at $31,870 and bundles leather-trimmed seats, 10-speaker stereo, and auto-dimming IRVM to the features list. 

The Touring trim completes the Accord Hybrid lineup at $35,100 and is the only trim that’s less expensive than its nonhybrid equivalent. It adds features like satellite-based navigation, wireless device charging, a Wi-Fi hot spot, ventilated front seats, heated outboard rear seats, front and rear parking sensors, and a head-up display and equips 19-inch alloy wheels.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Maintenance, Reliability and Warranty

Honda is famed for making some of the most reliable and cost-effective cars and the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid is no different either. Like most Japanese marquees, Honda is known for its unmatched alue, reliability, and superior service compared to other brands. However as per the J.D.Power reports and customer satisfaction reports, the Honda Accord Hybrid has received a predicted reliability rating of 3 out of 5 stars.

Reliability and Ownership Costs

The Honda Accord Hybrid is reliable and easy to maintain. It also offers a good resale value. The Accord Hybrid scored a total of 81 out of 100 points in terms of reliability. The score was awarded to the Accord Hybrid by J.D.Power rating. A score of 81 points is a very respectable number considering that the Accord is mainly aimed to be a practical and cost effective. The Honda Accord scored 84/100 in terms of quality and reliability, 83/100 points in terms of driving experience and 86/100 points in terms of resale value. Overall, the Honda Accord is a very practical vehicle and proves to be very cost effective and even holds a perfect resale value.

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid will have a starting price of about $25,000 on an average. Although the total cost of the vehicle might differ for different states across the US as the taxes for individual states are different. On average, the sales tax across the US is about 5%. The total cost of a vehicle depends on many different factors like geographical location, sales tax and certain dealership values. However, people from the state of Atlanta, Delaware, New Hampshire, Oregon and Montana enjoy the best prices as the sales tax is exempted from these states. 

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Total

Tax Credit

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Insurance

$1,419

$1,469

$1,520

$1,573

$1,628

$7,609

Maintenance

$153

$585

$433

$983

$1,760

$3,914

Repairs

$0

$0

$99

$238

$346

$683

Taxes & Fees

$2,192

$156

$140

$127

$127

$2,742

Financing

$1,865

$1,500

$1,111

$695

$251

$5,422

Depreciation

$8,093

$3,026

$2,864

$3,358

$3,182

$20,523

Fuel

$732

$754

$777

$800

$824

$3,887

True Cost to Own®

$14,454

$7,490

$6,944

$7,774

$8,118

$44,780

The true cost to own a Honda Accord Hybrid over a span of 5 years comes out to be about $44,780. This includes the maintenance and repair costs, taxes and fees, financing, depreciation and fuel. The maintenance cost of Accord Hybrid comes out to be about $4,000, which is a very competitive price compared to the other competitors in the segment.

Warranty

Honda provides some of the most lucrative warranty schemes for their vehicles, to make the ownership experience of the Honda Accord more easier. You get a limited warranty of 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. Along with the limited warranty, Honda also provides a warranty over the Hybrid/Electric Components for 8 years or 100,000 miles. 

Criteria

Period

Limited Warranty

3 years/ 36,000 miles; whichever is earlier

Drivetrain Warranty

5 years/ 60,000 miles; whichever is earlier

Corrosion Warranty

5 years/ unlimited miles

Hybrid/Electric Components

8 years/ 100,000 miles

Roadside Assistance

3 years/36,000 miles

Along with the warranty over mechanical and electrical components, the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid will also offer a Corrosion warranty of 5 years and roadside assistance for 3 years or 36,000 miles. The 2021 Accord Hybrid will also have a drivetrain warranty for 5 years or 60,000 miles, whichever occurs first. 

Miles per Dollar

The miles per dollar cost of a vehicle is an estimated figure, which is a derivative of miles driven to the maintenance and repair cost of the vehicle. The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid will be as efficient as the outgoing 2020 version. The average maintenance cost of the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid over a span of 5 years comes out to be approximately $4,597, as the car hardly needs any major repairs, if maintained efficiently. Therefore, with an average of 75,000 miles driven in 5 years, the miles per dollar of the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid is about 16.31 miles per $1. For a family sedan, this is a very competitive average as per its rivals

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Buying Advice

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid is an impressive sedan providing really good mileage figures and a comfortable ride. All the trims get the same engine under the hood and the same CVT transmission hence only being differentiated in the number of features the trim has to offer. If you are looking for more features to be included in your Honda Accord Hybrid, then you should go for the Touring trim, however, it absolutely depends on the amount of money you are willing to shell out.

Is buying a used car Honda Accord Hybrid a good idea?

Buying a used Honda Accord Hybrid can prove to be a great deal. The Honda Accord being one of the most loved cars in the US, retains its resale value quite well and buying a certified used Honda Accord Hybrid can save you some great deal of money. A used 2015 Accord Hybrid can be obtained for less than $15,000, which will still give you another 7 years of use. 

The 10th generation of the Honda Accord Hybrid was introduced in the year 2018. The 2018 model underwent a major redesign. Since then, a major redesign has not been introduced. If you shop for the 2018 model, you are likely to get a similar vehicle at a really lower cost. The maintenance cost of the Accord Hybrid is quite competitive but it offers a good resale value.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Engine and Performance

8.4/10

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid gets a 2.0 liter 16-valve DOHC i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine across the line-up. The hybrid engine under the hood of the Accord is capable of producing a maximum of 212 hp @6200 rpm and a maximum torque of 129lb-ft @3500 rpm. All the trims are standardly equipped with an electronic CVT w/OD.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Engine Bay

Models

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid

2020 Kia Optima Hybrid

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

MSRP

$26,575

$29,385

$30,235

$36,275

Engine

2.0-liter inline four-cylinder

2.5-liter inline four-cylinder

2.0-liter inline four-cylinder

2.0-liter inline four-cylinder

Drivetrain

FWD

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

CVT w/OD

CVT w/OD

6-speed automatic w/OD

6-speed automatic w/OD

Power 

212 hp @ 6,200 rpm

208 hp @ 5,700 rpm

192 hp @ 6,000 rpm

192 hp @ 6,000 rpm

Torque 

129 lb-ft @ 3,500 rpm

163 lb-ft @ 3,600 rpm

271 lb-ft @ 1,770 rpm

139 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid tops the charts and features a more powerful engine than its competitors. However, it produces the lowest torque in comparison to its rivals. The Kia Optima Hybrid produces the maximum amount of torque and is at par with the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid in terms of horsepower. The Toyota Camry features the most balanced engine with good horsepower and torque figures.

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid Acceleration And Braking Performance

The 2.0L engine of the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid allows it to sprint from 0-60 mph in 7.2 seconds. Honda's CVT is efficient at low rpm and high-performing at high rpm, proven, and best on the market. The front-wheel Civic delivers linear acceleration. The Honda Accord also outranks every other on the list with a braking distance of 135ft and a top speed of 150 MPH.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Accelerate 0-60 MPH in just 7.2 sec

Models

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid

2020 Kia Optima Hybrid

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

0-60 (seconds) 

7.2 

7.4 

8.1 

6.8 

Quarter-Mile (seconds)

15.5 

15.6 

15.8 

N/A

Top Speed (mph) 

150 

N/A

135 

135

60-0 (ft.)

135 

N/A

127 

N/A

The Honda Accord Hybrid’s 0-60 timing lags behind the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid by 0.4 seconds. The Honda Accord Hybrid also poses a higher top speed and better quarter-mile timing in comparison to its rivals. In terms of braking, the Kia Optima Hybrid tops the list with a better braking system and a stopping distance of 127 ft.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Fuel Economy

9.2/10

The expected EPA estimated mileage of the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid is 48/47/48 for city/highway/combined respectively. The Honda Accord Hybrid provides an impressive fuel economy and holds exceptional MPG figures. It equips a 12.8-gallon fuel tank and has a cruising range of 614.40/601/60 on city and highway respectively. 

Looking at the rivals, the Kia Optima Hybrid fares at the bottom in terms of the MPG figures. The Toyota Camry Hybrid beats the Accord Hybrid and tops the charts with MPG figures of 51/53/52 for city/highway/combined respectively. 

Models

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid

2020 Kia Optima Hybrid

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

MPG (City)

48

51

40

45

MPG (Highway)

47

53

45

51

MPG (Combined)

48

52

42

47

Fuel Tank Capacity (Gallons)

12.8 

13.2 

15.9 

13.2 

Range (City/Hwy/Combined; in Miles) 

614.40/601.60 

673.20/699.60 

636.00/715.50 

594.0/673.20 

The Kia Optima Hybrid equips the largest fuel tank and provides the longest highway range followed by the Camry and Sonata. The Sonata Hybrid provides the second-best MPG figures on the highway. The range provided by the Accord Hybrid is the lowest in the city only after the Sonata Hybrid.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Interior

8.0/10

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid sedan gets modern and exquisite interior furnishings. It has quite a spacious and roomy interior and feels upscale. The Accord Hybrid seats up to five passengers and provides ample space regardless of whether you're seated upfront or in the rear row. The higher-ends trims like the EX-L and the Touring offer chic leather upholstery.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front Seats

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid doesn’t get as much space for the front passengers, it certainly provides the maximum space for the rear row passengers. The Accord provides 40.4” legroom for the rear row passengers. The Toyota Camry Hybrid comes close to the Honda with 38” legroom for rear row, however, the Accord leaves the others behind by some margin. 

Models

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid

2020 Kia Optima Hybrid

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

39.5/58.3/42.3

38.3/57.7/42.1

39.8/58.1/45.5

40/57.9/46.1

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

37.3/55/40.4

37.6/55.7/38

37.8/56.4/35.6

38.4/56.1/34.8

Trunk space of 16.7 cubic feet in the regular sedan is commodious, the Camry only musters up 15.1 cubic feet and the Sonata 16 cubic feet. The Kia Optima offers the least cargo space with 13.4 cubic feet behind the rear seats. The Honda Accord Hybrid features a narrow trunk opening making it difficult to load cargo. The Kia Optima Hybrid and the Sonata Hybrid feature really good legroom for the first row but the same is negatively compensated with a poor second-row legroom.

How’s the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid’s infotainment system?

Unlike predecessors, the 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid touchscreen interface gets more intuitive thanks to the futuristic instrument cluster on the dashboard. The base trim manages with a 7-inch touchscreen and a four-speaker sound system, while every other model comes with an 8-inch touchscreen display. The top tier Touring model features navigation, and SiriusXM satellite radio, other than Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. It also offers wireless charging and Wi-Fi connectivity. 

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Infotainment System

 

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Cockpit
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Cockpit
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front Seats
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front Seats
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Steering Wheel
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Steering Wheel
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Infotainment System
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Infotainment System
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Instrument Cluster
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Instrument Cluster

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Exterior

9.1/10

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid will maintain the refreshed look of the previous model. In 2018, the Honda Accord underwent major design changes, and ever since there haven’t been any major design upgrades brought upon the exterior of the Accord. It carries a very distinct, modern, and classy look and is easily recognizable. The 2021 Accord Hybrid remains the same dimensionally as well.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front Side Three Quarter View

Models

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid

2020 Kia Optima Hybrid

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

Curb Weight (lbs)

3327 

3472 

3496 

3505 

Length (inches)

192.2

192.1

191.1

192.9

Width (inches)

73.3

72.4

73.2

73.2

Height (inches)

57.1

56.9

57.5

56.9

Ground Clearance (inches)

5.8

5.7

5.1

5.3

Wheelbase (inches)

111.4

111.2

110.4

111.8

In terms of length and wheelbase, all the cars fare almost similar. The Sonata just being a bit lengthier and having a larger wheelbase. With a base curb weight of 3327lbs, the Accord is comparatively lighter to the Camry, Optima and the Sonata. The Honda Accord Hybrid also offers the best ground clearance followed by the Toyota Camry. While the Kia Optima Hybrid has a lower ground clearance.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Rear View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Rear View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front Angle View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Front Angle View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Side View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Side View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Side View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Side View
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Wheel
2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Wheel

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Safety

9.0/10

The Honda Accord Hybrid received the highest rating of 5 stars on all the crash tests, i.e. Frontal crash, Side Crash, Rollover, and Overall, by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The IIHS safety ratings are not available at this time. In addition, all Accord Hybrid models feature Honda Sensing driver-assistive and safety technology as standard equipment. They also come with standard adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation, and traffic sign recognition.

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Competition

7.5/10

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid vs 2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid

When it comes to choosing between these two vehicles, it is always a tough decision. These two vehicles are on par with each other with the Accord equipping a slightly better engine and being able to give better acceleration and also having a better trunk capacity. On the other hand, the Camry hybrid has a remarkable fuel economy and offers a really smooth and comfortable ride. Both are Japanese make and share the podium.

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid Sedan

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid vs 2020 Kia Optima Hybrid

The Kia Optima is priced more than the Accord hybrid but the Accord features a better engine, is an agile vehicle, and provides a better fuel economy for a hybrid vehicle. However, it features upscale interiors and exteriors and a roomy first row as the Accord Hybrid. Overall, the Accord Hybrid has an edge over the Kia Optima Hybrid.

2020 Kia Optima Hybrid Sedan

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid vs 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

The Sonata Hybrid features a really spacious first row and a better acceleration. It offers elegant interiors and is packed with standard features offering good value to the buyer. The Sonata Hybrid lacks the driving quality. The Accord Hybrid, on the other hand, is a balance of the right amount of passenger space in both the front and the back row, cargo space, interiors, and performance. It also fares better in terms of fuel economy. Overall, if we look at the Sonata, it is not a bad option, but the Honda Accord is a much more balanced option for a buyer.

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Sedan

 

2021 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan Final Verdict

The 2021 Honda Accord is a great model. For shoppers looking for a really reliable vehicle with a powerful engine, spacious cabin, good trunk capacity, and numerous standard features, the Honda Accord Hybrid is a valuable option. While the Accord receives intense competition from the Toyota Camry Hybrid, yet Honda is a cohesive package that comes with the right prices.

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Gregory B. Godoy

2020 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan

Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Driver display

Pros - Reliable, informative, and inexpensive

Cons - Nothing as such

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

It has been driving reliably and saving significantly on gas bills. Love the informative driver display which encourages to get more out of the efficiency

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
9/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

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Thomas O. Ward

2020 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan

4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)

6

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Hybrid with tons of features

Pros - There isn't anything other than 44mpg of average

Cons - No decklid spoiler, slick arm rest, tons of features missing

Overall Review

6 /10 Overall Rating

The only good thing about Accord hybrid is the impressive gas average of 44mpg and it still seems to be improving. Unfortuanately everything else is missing in terms of safety features or the handy ones for convenience

6/10
Features
6/10
Interior
6/10
Design
7/10
Safety
6/10
Reliability
6/10
Deal Value
1/10
Dealer Review

GS

Gregory B. Soo

2020 Honda Accord hybrid Sedan

EX 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Conventional shift bumps

Pros - Mileage, bluetooth connectivity, Honda sensing

Cons - Missing the shift bumps

Overall Review

9 /10 Overall Rating

Driving always has been safe because of the host of safety features Honda is putting forward in their cars. Apart from that, thrifty is just another pro one gets with the accord hybrid

9/10
Features
9/10
Interior
9/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

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10

User Overall Rating

Driver display

It has been driving reliably and saving significantly on gas bills. Love the informative driver display which encourages to get more out of the efficiency

by Gregory B. Godoy

6

User Overall Rating

Hybrid with tons of features

The only good thing about Accord hybrid is the impressive gas average of 44mpg and it still seems to be improving. Unfortuanately everything else is missing in terms of safety features or the handy ones for convenience

by Thomas O. Ward

9

User Overall Rating

Conventional shift bumps

Driving always has been safe because of the host of safety features Honda is putting forward in their cars. Apart from that, thrifty is just another pro one gets with the accord hybrid

by Gregory B. Soo

10

User Overall Rating

Value Purchase

Was in the market looking for a car. Thought of buying an Accord and was discussing it with one of my friends when he suggested the hybrid trim. I have never owned a hybrid and never thought about getting one either. Went to the dealership and was looking when the salesman suggested the same thing. Asked what are the benefits. I had mileage in mind and he said the same thing, but the difference be...

by William B. Morgan

10

User Overall Rating

Every nook is perfect

Driving my new Accord hybrid has just sides to it. The mileage because of hybrid system is superb and saves a lot on gas actually. Loaded with features makes it easier to drive it too.

by Roger E. Faust

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