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2020 Honda Accord Hybrid

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MSRP* $25,620 - $35,290
Invoice* $23,443 - $32,263

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City 48 MPG Hwy 47 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.9 (out of 5)
Value 4.9
Exterior 4.7
Interior 5
Comfort 5
Performance 4.6
Reliability 4.9
The perfect fully loaded commuter car

by Robert from Bonney Lake, WA | March 23, 2020

Traded my beloved 2019 Ram limited truck in for this fully loaded commuter car (Honda Accord touring hybrid) because my new job now became a daily 1hour commute. I felt like I kept all the bells and whistles - but now I get 47 Mpg instead of 15 mpg. And it’s still fun to drive :)

A Truly Amazing Vehicle

by twagner from Springfield, MO | March 16, 2020

Bought 2020 Accord Hybrid Touring. This car is hands down the best in Honda lineup, and the best in its class. The design and style is higher than the price tag. The drive feel is that perfect blend of handling and comfort. Honda's just feel like an extension of your brain, how they also respond just the way you think they should. The interior style seems upscale German. The infotainment is WAY better than the old system on my 2017 Civic. Overall my Civic is great but this car is much nicer. And BTW, I cannot believe Honda put the OLD infotainment system on their new CRV!? One of several reasons we opted not to get it. Its just an SUV version of the 4 year old civic design. Back to the Accord: then there's the hybrid system. I've gotten anywhere from upper 30's to lower 50's depending on how you drive and the conditions such as temp, wind direction, hills, etc. I think I could probably get the 47 estimated overall but someone like my wife who doesn't want to understand the system or work at it will probably get a lot lower. I think there is an art to learning how to maximize mileage if you care to try. To me its a fun game. Also, the car is eerily quite at slow speeds on battery and even on the highway it is amazingly quiet except for the occasional engine rev under hard acceleration or going up hills. There are so many great tech features on this car and the overall feel is really great. One more surprise is the noise it makes when rolling in battery only mode. I expected an obnoxious warning noise but its this choir/chorus sound like angels or something! When we back out of the garage there is no car sound, only the "AAHH" sound of a choir of heavenly hosts! Kudos Honda! You did it right on this one!

Most value for money car I have owned

by Aswani Bharath Koganti from Arlington, TX | March 04, 2020

I am getting 45-46 miles per gallon and this car is most value for the money you spend out there. Good leg room and head room, spacious, nice cargo room and quality is very good for the price. It has all the options, heads up display, lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control , heated seats, cold seats and wireless charging. Couldn’t be happier

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2020 Honda Accord Hybrid Overview

The 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid is the more fuel-efficient version of the regular Accord sedan. 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 48/47 mpg city/highway. 

Four trims are available: Base, EX, EX-L, and Touring.

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