Nice ride, great features, but MPG is very suspect
Based on one month's ownership, no regrets except that achieving 47/48 MPG performance, as advertised, may be a pipe dream. Other owners having the same problem.
most reliable care I have owned
This car met all my need except for not having CD player it is very poor and dangerous to drive while using other system to replace for CD player.
This has all the safety features I needed. Great style. Excellent gas mileage. 1 draw back, there is no spare tire. Overall this is an excellent car.
MPG Not as advertised
It's a nice looking, nice driving car with good tech. Honda advertises 47 mpg overall. Well, that's just a joke, it turns out. Even though my commute involves little stop and go, and I drive in econ mode mostly, over 4250 miles my average is 36.9 mpg. In the cold weather recently, last 300 miles, less than 35 mpg. Not bad, you say? Well, that's no different than the base model. Additional issues: the ECU failed and stranded me after just 4 weeks. 9 days in the shop. It now started making a loud roar for a few seconds at 52-53 mph when it's cold. The lumbar support has failed. So...what should be a nice car, isn't. If you're after gas mileage, our 2018 Toyota camry hybrid gets 44.4 overall - way better than the Accord, and no engine/equipment failures. I'd go with the Camry if I were you.
Excellent car but wish it got better MPG
We replaced a 10 year old Civic for a larger and more economical Accord Hybrid. Love the Honda Safety features, roomy interior and trunk, and ease of driving. MPG has been below the "advertised" MPG, but still very good. We are getting 42 hwy and 35 city. We took the car on one long trip and found it very comfortable. 3500 miles so far and very satisfied. Would give it 5 stars if the mileage were a little better.
Reliability at its best
Very reliable very spacious good consumption of gas I just love the.Easy to maneuver comes with a lot of safety standards that helps a lot generally because she was amazing and easy to use more classy and elegant
I’ve been waiting for this car! A full size sedan that gets 45 mph! Awesome! However... Bought my hybrid touring in late November. After 2200 miles it is consistently getting 37 mpg! Now, if it was a mile or two low I would shrug it off. But I’m getting 20% less! That’s not what I bought this car for! And I am babying this car, trying to get the most mileage possible out of it. The dealer I bought it from was awful, bad experience. So I took it to a nearby dealer to look into. They gave me a loaner of exact same model to see if mileage was better while I drove the loaner. 300 miles into the loaner... 37mpg! Honda!!! I’ve been a loyalist since the early 80s. This is my first real disappointment. What’s wrong with these cars???
Overall it is a solid vehicle. But if you hope to get 47 mpg you should look at a different vehicle. Even in warm weather 47mpg is fairly unrealistic. Once the temp drops below 40 degress F the milage drops to the low 30s. Do not buy the vehicle for the sticker mpg.
Terrible Gas Mileage
We paid a premium price for the Accord hybrid because of the advertised mileage, which was 47 mpg city and 47 mpg open road. I’m getting 34 mpg and the dealer can’t fix the problem. I owned a 2012 Toyota Camry and consistently got in the 40+ mpg range! I’m very disappointed in the Honda, since all other aspects of the care are very good. At this point, I wish we had bought another Toyota!
Could not be more pleased overall with this vehicl
Have been exclusively a Toyota buyer for past 30 years. Closely compared Camry XLE hybrid to Accord Touring hybrid before purchase. Accord easily won out this year!