I drove the Honda Accord Hybrid 2019 base model for two months with 2200 miles on the road and here is my honest review. I will show you the real MPG for this car, smart remote entry setup, deceleration selector usage explained and how family friendly is the Honda Accord Hybrid. Real reviews by real owner.

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    • Dave Given
      Dave Given

      I have a 2017 HAH and I average 43-46 mpg depending on the season. Winters in TX are pretty mild so heat isn't used too much. Also, keep car in garage so it's not too hot in summer.

      about 3 months ago
    • Daniel Deschamps
      Daniel Deschamps

      I think Honda is not being honest here on the MPG, thanks for the review, now on to another model.

      about 4 months ago
    • Robert Lindeman
      Robert Lindeman In reply to Daniel Deschamps

      I regularly achieve 50+ MPG in my 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid. It does require thoughtful use of acceleration, deceleration and speed. I generally don't exceed 70 MPH. On a 39 mile trip to work this morning, I achieved 53.1 MPG. Thoughtful use of EV mode is also beneficial.

      about 20 days ago
    • cmscms123456
      cmscms123456

      I just saw the NEW 2020 Sonata Hybrid.. WITH SOLAR PANELS in the roof.... WOW... Ive put my Honda Accord Hybrid purchase on hold. I hear the Sonata will have a 700 mile range. Gasoline engine, electric motor, with CVT just like the Accord, but the addition of solar panels in the roof. It has my attention... Honda needs to look close. I live in SoCal, if my car battery is charging all day while sitting on my driveway... I may never buy gasoline again.

      about 4 months ago
    • salvador mota
      salvador mota

      Hey man I get around 25. And I have the hybrid also . Should I report the car as broken .

      about 6 months ago
    • Real Household Reviews
      Real Household Reviews In reply to salvador mota

      The colder weather does affect the performance with lower MPG since the heating is turned on by gas engine and not electric engine. I have not seen my car go below 34-35 MPG in cold weather. In mild weather I see 39-42 MPG. 25 MPG does seem very low for a Hybrid.

      about 6 months ago
    • salvador mota
      salvador mota In reply to salvador mota

      I go to the dealer and they tell me it’s the weather .

      about 6 months ago