Not much has changed since the redesign of the hybrid version of the best-selling Honda Accord sedan for the 2018 model year — and that’s a good thing. The 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid still gets a pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good 48 mpg, besting most fuel-sipping rivals (except some versions of the Toyota Camry Hybrid) while remaining a relative bargain: It starts at just $26,400 with a destination charge, just $1,600 more than the regular Accord. Those are just two of the three things Cars.com’s Kelsey Mays said shoppers should know about the 2020 Accord Hybrid in this week’s most popular news article.
Wanna know what else Mays thought would-be buyers of a new Accord Hybrid should know? Be sure to read the full story via the link below — but don’t stop there. Nipping at its heels were a pair of pickup trucks, the 2019 Honda Ridgeline and the 2020 Nisan Titan, which topped our weekly roundup of truck news appearing on both Cars.com and sister site PickupTrucks.com. This week’s collection of headlines on all things pickups features Cars.com’s 2019 Mid-Size Truck Challenge results — in which we ranked four of the best pickups in the class, including the top-ranking Ridgeline, the second-place Ford Ranger, the third-place Jeep Gladiator and fourth-place GMC Canyon — as well as a quick rundown of what we knew about the redesigned-for-2020 Nissan Titan ahead of its unveiling last week.
Rounding out the this week’s top five were our full report on what’s changed for the 2020 model year on the Toyota 4Runner off-road-capable SUV (including our official recommendation on whether you should buy the new one or look for a better deal on the outgoing model) at No. 3; Mays’ first-person account of his road trip from Chicago to St. Louis with three other dudes and their weekend luggage in our 2019 Genesis G70 sports sedan at No. 4; and Cars.com reviewer Jennifer Geiger’s comprehensive critique of the 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid at No. 5.
Like concept cars, green cars and/or Tesla cars? Then you’ll mos’ def wanna keep reading past the midpoint. Here are the top 10 news stories Cars.com readers couldn’t get enough of in the past week:
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