Honda Accord Hybrid Gas Mileage

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2019 Honda Accord Hybrid - Fuel Economy MPG Review + Fill Up Costs2019 Honda Accord – For decades, the Honda Accord has.

On our highway loop, the Accord Touring 2.0T with the 10-speed automatic bested its own EPA highway ratings by delivering 35 mpg and did much better than.

2018 Honda Accord Hybrid fuel economy figures fall short of competition – The EPA last week announced fuel economy ratings for the 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid, and while the figures aren’t bad, they could be better. With 47 mpg city, 47 mpg highway and 47 mpg combined.

We kicked off the week on Monday with newly published fuel-economy ratings for the 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid mid-size sedan: 47 mpg combined, not quite at the top of the heap (but with an asterisk).

functioning much as it does in the Accord hybrid and the Clarity plug-in hybrid. It earns what Honda anticipates will be EPA estimates of up to 55 mpg city and 50 mpg combined once those ratings.

That’s part of Honda’s secret recipe for making.

The more powerful V-6 sedan’s fuel economy drops to 21/34/26 mpg, while the available Accord Hybrid can achieve up to 50/45/47 mpg thanks.

In typically enthusiastic C/D testing, it returned 40 mpg overall, exactly matching our.

territory in the realm of mid-sized sedans: Accord versus Camry. In the hybrid round, we’ll take the Honda.

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an EPA combined fuel-efficiency rating of 50 mpg or better. READ THIS: 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid first drive review: lighter shade of green.

Interestingly, this is actually slightly worse than the previous generation of Honda Accord Hybrid. That model also returned 47 mpg on the highway, but in town, it managed 49 mpg, and the combined.

The 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid carries an EPA rating of 47 mpg city, 47 mpg highway and — surprise, surprise — 47 mpg combined. The feds estimate an annual fuel cost of $800 based on 15,000 miles.