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2018 Honda Accord Hybrid


City 47 MPG Hwy 47 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    5 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

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Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 4.6
Exterior 4.9
Interior 5
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.7
Reliability 4.8

by Corvette2008 from China Grove, NC | October 14, 2019

Good mileage, power, features. That’s the good. Boring,monochromatic interior, stiffer ride than I like. The big problem for me is that there is a noise, a recurring humming at speeds between 35 and 37 and again between 51 and 53 mph. According to dealer, Honda is aware of this yet has no solution, “working on it” the dealer says. Occurs only in Hybrid Touring models. Had the car 10 months, yet no solution from Honda.

Most reliable car I've owned

by VHonda4 from Anaheim Ca | June 07, 2019

Gas saver for sure. I love the style interior and exterior .Like for example if you put a full tank of gas its definitely going to take you a long way. Using Shell gas is very helpful. My interior is beautiful and boy is it hard to not have food and drinks in your car. It is a reliable vehicle and havnt had no problems

Learning my new Accord Touring Hybrid

by HybridMike from Murrells Inlet, SC | May 23, 2019

Have my Accord Touring Hybrid for two days and almost 200 miles now. I’m pleased so far with mpg, average is about 47 without trying very hard. Super comfortable ride quality, bumps absorbed nicely, car almost glides down the road. Accelerates quickly when needed. Very quiet most of the time, though coarse or pebbly road surfaces create some road noise but it’s not bad, other times it’s luxury car quiet in the cabin, even when accounting for some of the unique sounds the hybrid powertrain makes. Interior is beautiful though there are more hard plastics than I prefer, but they are nicely textured, not at all shiny, and the fit and finish is First-Rate. The head up display is awesome. As for the things that I’d improve if I could I do wish the steering column had greater adjustability for easier reach, as I like the seat further back a bit for more headroom. Also the resolution of the back-up camera isn’t great and it’s almost useless at night; perhaps there is some adjustment I can make that I haven’t figured out yet. The ventilated seats don’t seem to be very effective, and I wish the leather seats were just a bit softer. Owners manual seems seriously incomplete. No vehicle is perfect, though, and all-in-all the Accord Hybrid Touring is a terrific car. I will update here as I accumulate more miles. Did rate the car a five for reliability though obviously I really don’t know with just two hundred miles; however I do fully anticipate it will be very reliable. And a special shout-out and thank you to Dra at East Coast Honda for his patience, kindness, and professionalism.

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2018 Honda Accord Hybrid Overview

The 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid has been redesigned along with the regular Honda Accord. It is powered by a combined 212-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor mated to an electronic continuously variable transmission. Fuel economy for the Accord Hybrid is an EPA-estimated 49/47 mpg city/highway. 

Four trims are available: the base model, EX, EX-L, and Touring.