2007 Honda Accord Hybrid

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$31,090

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2007 Honda Accord Hybrid

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.2
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 4.5

Most recent consumer reviews

3.4

maintenance upkeep long-term

Honda Accord Hybrid meets all the requirements that are on a standard Honda Accord which is rated excellent. (Consumer Reports) But the difference between a standard Honda Accord( engine driven), and a hybrid Honda Accord could cost you more money in the long run. Replacing battery packs is very expensive when battery cells start going bad and they do, it affects other functioning electrical parts and equipment of the vehicle. Which will send false readings to the computer operating those systems. To cause warning lights to come up on your instrument panel. And because you need a special scanning tool to read those codes generated by the battery pack failures. (Check engine lights) You're stuck with either buying a scanner or having a dealer do it for you.$$$ Warning; (replacing battery pack can be dangerous) And having a repair shop which are hard to find that I have the proper skills an equipment to work on such hybrids. Can get expensive. So is it worth a few extra miles per gallon to own a hybrid or a standard engine driven Honda Accord which will last you 20-30 years? AS long as you keep doing standard maintenance on it. OIL CHANGES and other fluid levels, checking belts and hoses and other standard maintenance procedures? Which you'll have to do on the hybrid Honda Accord Plus required maintenance on the battery packs.$$$$ that only lasts for a limited time, if you're lucky. UP to a 100,000 miles or less before cells start dying. Until they figure out how to make battery packs that last indefinitely and cheaply and can be charged and maintain a charge. Which I'm sure they have that figured out already. But the cost is the problem. It's your choice your decision Choose Wisely.

4.6

Second Honda I owned, both excellent cars.

Great commuting car, welcomed compromise between powerful and responsive engine and gas mileage. Enough legroom and space for a 6'4 driver, very well built interior with strong, quality leather, small details like: dual heated seats, heated side view mirrors, expandable arm rest and 6 CD changer appreciated.

4.9

V6 hybrids are the best!

In 2010 I bought my 2nd 7th gen accord being a 2005 HAH. Amazing quickness + mpg’s makes for a great combination, plus the reliability=u can’t beat! Had a minor fender bender (w/high miles)& instead of fixing it I sold it & bought another... my current 2007 HAH, which I’ve owned since 2013 with 40k miles. My personal best mpg’s is 43.6mpg (basically all in 3 cylinder eco mode-manual gas math)going from UT to CA (525 miles)!? & I’ve done that a few times. btw, I was driving no faster than 63mph. Normally averages 35mpg hwy 27-28 combined. Love the interior with the nav... looks much better than some of the newer Honda Acura products with dumb dual screens. I like to add k&n air filter for an extra 5hp, some 04-08 Acura TL front/rear sway bars, & an extendable accord sun visor. Wish this hah had brighter front low beam lights, & extendable sun visors standard. Btw, these Honda Accord v6 air intake tubes like to dry out & crack with age leading to mysterious check engine lights for different things. Mine had a misfire only when coldstarting sometimes but the spark plugs and coils were good, it was a hole in the intake(save yourself some $ in costly dealership repairs) that was leaking air & leading to the MAF sensor reading wrong making it run lean & multiple random misfire. Simple fix. This 7 1/2 gen Honda Accord is my favorite generation accord... the last great accord manufactured/assembled in Japan imported for sale in the USA. I’ve really subjected my 3 different 7th gen accords to extreme driving situations in all different environments from over 120* in Death Valley to minus 5* f in the Rockies & everything in between. Even driven my current hah more off-road then I prob should have & it’s run done everything I’ve asked it to do and some. This v6 hybrid Powertrain is still being used in the current 19 Acura MDX sport hybrid but with extra electric motors for the rear wheels & highly revised. For 0-60 in 6.5sec stock, 40+mpg hwy, & being so affordable to own, this 2007 Honda Accord v6 hybrid is a great pick as a daily driver.

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Warranty

New car and Certified Pre-Owned programs by Honda
Certified Pre-Owned program benefits
Maximum age/mileage
HondaTrue Certified: More than 1 and less than 6 years/more than 12,000 miles HondaTrue Certified+: Less than 1 year/less than 12,000 miles
Basic warranty terms
HondaTrue Certified: 12 months/12,000 miles HondaTrue Certified+: 24 months/50,000 miles
Powertrain
7 years/100,000 miles
Dealer certification required
182-point inspection
Roadside assistance
Yes
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