2017 Honda Accord Hybrid ratings and reviews

The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid offers three trim options; Sedan, EX-L Sedan, and Touring Sedan. All reach at least a 47 mpg EPA fuel economy highway rating, giving consumers an array of style choices that are supremely fuel efficient. Each trim selection offers front wheel drive and a gas/electric engine that’s 2.0 liters and delivers 129 lb-ft of torque. An Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) contributes a seamless operation system to the vehicle, giving three operating modes that accommodate each driver’s preferences. Variations include hybrid mode, electric only power, and gasoline power only, thanks to the dual motors. In its second generation of the Accord Hybrid, Honda reduced the weight of the 4-cylinder Atkinson Cycle Engine while increasing overall performance, with a rating of 143 hp. Other features include a close-coupled dual bed catalytic converter, Drive-by-Wire Throttle System, Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (i-VTEC), and an electric-servo braking system.

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The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid offers three trim options; Sedan, EX-L Sedan, and Touring Sedan. All reach at least a 47 mpg EPA fuel economy highway rating, giving consumers an array of style choices that are supremely fuel efficient. Each trim selection offers front wheel drive and a gas/electric engine that’s 2.0 liters and delivers 129 lb-ft of torque. An Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) contributes a seamless operation system to the vehicle, giving three operating modes that accommodate each driver’s preferences. Variations include hybrid mode, electric only power, and gasoline power only, thanks to the dual motors. In its second generation of the Accord Hybrid, Honda reduced the weight of the 4-cylinder Atkinson Cycle Engine while increasing overall performance, with a rating of 143 hp. Other features include a close-coupled dual bed catalytic converter, Drive-by-Wire Throttle System, Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (i-VTEC), and an electric-servo braking system.




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