A video on my new ride, the 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring. The Honda Accord was redesigned in 2018. This vehicle gets an amazing 48 City and 48 Highway giving it a combined 48 MPG. That's 1 MGP more on the 2019 model compared to the 2018 model. It has 10 speakers and 1 sub.

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The car is very simple to drive, it drives like a gas Honda Accord except it's a hybrid. I wouldn't be able tell the difference outside without the badge for hybrid. The styling inside and outside is very modern with wood like accent inside and chrome scattered outside. It's 2.0 Liter engine give it's 212 hp with the CVT transmission.

For those in the SF Bay Area, I purchased this car from Walnut Creek Honda (Sales rep. David Klenow). I found the Lunar Silver Metallic exterior with Black leather was very hard to find and waiting a few weeks before I was able to land this one.

The closest competitor IMO is the Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE. I'll do another video on why I chose the Accord over the Camry but both are excellent vehicles.

Thanks for watching, please help with a thumbs and any comments that would help others.

Here's my other videos:

1) Owner's Review on 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring

2) Picking between the 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring vs. 2019 Toyota Camry XLE

3) A closer look at the Honda Accord Headlights and Fog Lights

4) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring - Night View

5) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid: Compare: Touring, EX-L , EX

6) Real MGP for 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid

7) 5 things I wish my 2019 Honda Accord Included

8) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid - Pros and Cons Review

10) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid MPG Test Drive

11) Pros vs Cons: Is a hybrid vehicle right for you?

12) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid 5K mile update

13) Honda Door Lock Walk Away Feature Setup

14) 2018 and newer Honda Accord Hybrid - Spare Tire Kit

15) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid: What affects MPG?

16) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid: Using the Regen Paddles

17) Changing the pollen cabin air filter on Honda Accord 2018+

18) 2019 Honda Accord: XM Radio Tips & Tricks

19) Changing the engine filter on 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid and newer

20) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid: Is extra cost worth it?

21) 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid: 1st Oil Change + Bonus

22) 2019 Honda Accord: LLumar CTX Ceramic Window Tints

23) 2019 Honda Accord - 5 Tips and Tricks

24) 2018+ Honda Accord: TPMS (low tire pressure) Resetting Alert



    • Arnel Balilo
      Arnel Balilo

      How do set the side mirrors to tilt in reverse?

      about 23 days ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Arnel Balilo

      For the models that have power mirrors, look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoHdr-_EPHk

      about 23 days ago
    • logicfreedomz

      Just bought one in Toronto and I can confirm it has a CVT. I took it for a test drive and I am a newly convert to Japanese sedans. It's a dream. It was the touring we chose and boy, it is loaded with goodies. Compared to a BMW which was almost 20% more and less options, I think we made the most practical, rational and best overall choice.

      about 1 month ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to logicfreedomz

      Thanks for confirming and comments.

      about 1 month ago
    • Maxine Greer
      Maxine Greer

      I thought the touring came with 19 inch wheels?

      about 2 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Maxine Greer

      Nope, only 17 inch ones to save fuel

      about 2 months ago
    • Yung Chan
      Yung Chan

      got it for 32k OTD. is that good or anyone got it even lower?

      about 3 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Yung Chan

      Congrats, if it's the Hybrid Touring that's pretty good. I purchased higher than that with some options.

      about 3 months ago
    • Eduardo Santamaria
      Eduardo Santamaria

      Do you have to plug it into an electrical outlet or just fill up with unleaded gas like a regular car? Thank you!

      about 3 months ago
    • Eduardo Santamaria
      Eduardo Santamaria In reply to Eduardo Santamaria

      @netman88 Thank you!!!

      about 3 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Eduardo Santamaria

      For the Accord Hybrid, it's just fill up the regular unleaded gas. If you want a plug-in, Honda Clarity is the one.

      about 3 months ago
    • Andrew Cash
      Andrew Cash

      The 12V battery in the engine bay is not part of the hybrid system, that HV battery is usually under rear seats or trunk

      about 4 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Andrew Cash

      Correct, yes the HV battery is under the 2nd row seat. It no longer takes space in the trunk. The trunk space is now similar to non-hybrid models.

      about 4 months ago
    • Junaid Zia
      Junaid Zia

      does this one has cooling seats ?

      about 4 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Junaid Zia

      Yes, the Touring ones like this one has that.

      about 4 months ago
    • 7.62 NATO
      7.62 NATO

      Hi what’s your average mpg when you’re doing 80+mph? I watch multiple vids reviewers mention that going above 75mph lowers their mpg? Is that true?
      Thanks again

      about 4 months ago
    • inherentjesse
      inherentjesse In reply to 7.62 NATO

      Most vehicles no matter what you get, tend to get lower mpg at 75+ mph because it requires a decent amount of energy to maintain that speed.

      about 4 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to 7.62 NATO

      I have that video here on Real MPG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfLJEmyvqYw If you do above 75 Mph my guess you'll be around 38-39 mpg.

      about 4 months ago
    • Bryan Denning
      Bryan Denning

      What is your real world MPG?

      about 5 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Bryan Denning

      I made a video on it. Winter is less MPG than summer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfLJEmyvqYw

      about 5 months ago
    • Mihail Vovk
      Mihail Vovk

      I just looked same one car at spring branch honda houston.

      about 5 months ago
    • Mihail Vovk
      Mihail Vovk In reply to Mihail Vovk

      but there are still that feeling. ur car is from Houston too. Am I right? Or wrong :)

      about 5 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Mihail Vovk

      It's mass production, I'm sure there are many similar.

      about 5 months ago
    • Jerry Krueger
      Jerry Krueger

      I have one on order. You should have gone for a short drive and show the HUD.

      about 5 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Jerry Krueger

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95Q9uejtKY8 I can make another video but HUD is hard to record while driving. Just test drive it and you'll see it. The night view video covers this HUD also. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOOiJR1xFws

      about 5 months ago
    • Eric Schroeder
      Eric Schroeder

      Thanks for the review! Is it true if you drive in sport mode you essentially are not using the hybrid part of the engine? Considering getting one of these but if I am just going to drive in sport mode all the time, is it better just to buy a Sport?

      about 6 months ago
    • Jeff Jo
      Jeff Jo In reply to Eric Schroeder

      No, that's not true. Did a Toyota person tell you that? They are just jealous.

      Most of the time, it's a serial hybrid. That means the gas engine drives generator, and the electricity from the generator drive an electric motor. It is true that the ratio of the engine rpms to wheel rpms can vary continuously, but that's because they aren't connected to each other. There is no transmission at all; not a CVT, or an eCVT. So why does Honda call it one? I guess they didn't what to wrinte "none" in that box. But i

      In EV mode, the battery substitutes for the gas engine and generator. Cruising at highway speeds, the gas engine skips the generator and does connect - with one gear - to the wheels.

      None of this has anything to do with Sport mode.

      about 22 days ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to Eric Schroeder

      The Hybrid has base, ex, ex-l and Touring. For the Hybrid, here explains it better: https://salestraining.honda.com/en/Accord-Family/2018-Accord-Hybrid/Vehicle-Details/Engineering/3-Mode-Drive-System-Touring

      about 6 months ago
    • MagnumPI4

      The hybrid doesn't have a CVT from what I understand. The Electric motor is geared directly to the drive wheels. Honda is the only manufacturer that has a hybrid that doesn't utilize a transmission.

      about 6 months ago
    • zebekias3
      zebekias3 In reply to MagnumPI4

      That’s correct, no transmission.

      about 6 months ago
    • netman88
      netman88 In reply to MagnumPI4

      It drives really smooth and very spacious with lots of technology. I found it hard to find a silver in our area though.

      about 6 months ago