( www.TFLcar.com ) 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid MPG & 0-60 MPH Review: A Fun, Fast & Fuel Efficient Hybrid?

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    • Nj Sung
      Nj Sung

      I bought Honda Accord hybrid 2017 last year (2018) November.
      It was advertised that mpg is 48 hey 49 local. My actual after
      About 6,000 mile driving is 39 mpg freeway local combined.
      Another big problem with this car is that on slight hilly roads engine sounds like cracking to go 30 mph with way high engine hp. Another problem; paint is coming off.
      I used to own Prius for 6 years and never had any problem.
      I would never buy another Honda hybrid.

      about 8 months ago
    • econ0611
      econ0611 In reply to Nj Sung

      I own the same in a touring trim. I get average about 49 mpg. However I stay below 65 mph and use the "B" mode to brake instead of using the brakes themselves. Driving aggressive I get around 37 mpg (75-80 mph). The car loves traffic, my best mpg was 88 in California rush hour (35% downhill) 20 mile commute ( again, I used "B" mode to brake and coast). Overall it's still better than getting 25 mpg with equivalent speed and aggressive driving.

      about 6 months ago
    • nana kwame opoku
      nana kwame opoku

      Such a helpful video. I need help with my salvage 2017 Hybrid accord. I need to see the colors that make up the socket that connects to the ac compressor kindly help me out. Thank you.

      about 9 months ago
    • William Copeland
      William Copeland

      I own the plug-in version of this car, they get their best mpg in town driving. Hwy mileage is typically what you saw, on the highway it’s basically the same thing as a 6 speed manual 4-cylinder Accord.

      about 11 months ago

      Could you Please do a Video Comparison between the 2017 & 2018 Accord Hybrid's.

      By the way you get real results when you test it in stop and go traffic like in the city, not on the highway.

      about 1 year ago
    • joseph chang
      joseph chang

      really nice review..

      about 1 year ago
    • Stephen Fowler
      Stephen Fowler

      I have a 2017 EX-L with 19000 miles and bought it straight off the truck. It is one of he last vehicles Honda ships from Japan. They’re now made in USA for 2018 onward. I drive 65 miles r/t to work with city/rural roads with speeds from 35-70 mph and average 48+ mpg in the winter and 43+ in the summer with AC on full blast. Eco mode and using B mode at times.
      Our other home is in Utah and is 520 miles from our AZ home. Driving state roads and I-15 through Las Vegas we get there on 1 tank and still have fuel leftover. We’ve averaged 43mpg. The only downside we’ve ran into is that it hates grades. Driving in Utah to Brian Head (elevation around 9000’), the car sounded like it was about to explode. With no real tachometer, you just have to watch the “power” level max out!
      It is still fun to drive and it’s nice only filling up every 2 weeks or less.

      about 1 year ago
    • Arun
      Arun In reply to Stephen Fowler

      Stephen Fowler that’s great. I may be getting a used one with about the same number of miles. Looking forward to upgrading from my 2004 civic.

      about 10 months ago
    • mujjuman

      wow gas was so cheap back then

      about 1 year ago
    • haydi kimera
      haydi kimera

      That's good price gas here in Bellaire California I pay $4.99 for unleaded.

      about 1 year ago
    • OldJoe C
      OldJoe C

      I own a 2015 Accord Hybrid. For 75 mph, 42mpg or so sounds about right. However, for my actual driving in the local area, I'm averaging well over 50 mpg for 3 years. My best tankful was 60 MPG for 900+ miles on one tank (summertime, all local driving). This car's economy is VERY sensitive to high speeds; so, the 75-mph test shows it in the worst possible light.

      about 1 year ago

      there is no CVT in this car, get your facts straight, there is no transmission at all!

      about 1 year ago
    • Chris Snyder
      Chris Snyder

      That ethanol gas lowers mpg.

      about 2 years ago
    • Rob Watt
      Rob Watt

      As soon as you go over 70 miles per hour you double your wind resistance. Also if you are in Denver you are probably a mile up (5280) feet up. You will loose efficiency on your gasoline engines performance by way of less air density.

      about 2 years ago
    • Black Ace
      Black Ace

      watching a honda accord video and I get an ad of why the Ford fusion is better than the accord lol

      about 2 years ago
    • Eric Haynes
      Eric Haynes

      43 is pretty realistic but man, would it be worth it to buy this hybrid? I don't think so.

      about 2 years ago
    • Cheryl Rodenhiser
      Cheryl Rodenhiser

      I just bought one and the savings are the best ever

      about 2 years ago

      Did you use your Love's card?

      about 2 years ago
    • ThatWasherNerd

      69, your showers ready, 69 LOL

      about 2 years ago
    • Chris Atkinson
      Chris Atkinson

      How would you compare this to the 2017 Prius? I'm skeptical about Honda cvt as their civic hybrid always had massive failure rates. The regular automatics don't last as long as you would want them too due to no serviceable filter. I currently own two prius 06 with 287k and an 07 with 175k although we do have one at the shop that has over 400k without any issues. Trying to decide if I wanna get off the prius wagon or not.

      about 2 years ago
    • Billnbpt

      Dead in the water if you think the 49 mpg rating was calculated at 75mph. Do the loop again at 70 or 65 instead

      about 2 years ago
    • Dima K
      Dima K

      Faster than the ES350 you tested.

      about 2 years ago
    • George Williams
      George Williams

      that's my town

      about 2 years ago
    • dick lavy
      dick lavy

      thanks 4 informing us of this machine ...

      about 2 years ago
    • dick lavy
      dick lavy

      2006 -2007 j30a4
      2 door accoup with v6 engine
      does it in 5.7
      besides it uses the transmission from a acura .....
      being a sohc .
      Yes mono
      sohc ......
      I figure this newer machines will be putting better results ...

      about 2 years ago
    • Michael Gallegos
      Michael Gallegos

      I live in LA any time i drive down to San Diego i can achieve just under 42MPG in my non-hybrid 2016 Honda Accord with simply using the eco mode. The trip computer says my average speed is about 73mph moat of the time on those trips.

      Edit: I usually have at least one other passenger in the car making the mpg more comparable with the review

      about 2 years ago
    • Marc Gratton
      Marc Gratton

      Ev plus motor 2 2 2 Mush

      about 2 years ago
    • MCHFacts

      The 0-60 tests are awesome in this car! It's like you're in the captains seat of a 737 going full thrust. I'm totally getting this car!

      about 2 years ago
    • Hayden Walstrom
      Hayden Walstrom

      A normal vehicle is most efficient at 55mph on the highway. Not sure why the speed limit is in Colorado, but if you went a bit slower, the numbers would improve slightly.

      about 2 years ago
    • Gravecb7 Accord
      Gravecb7 Accord

      A car enthusiast like me would never buy a Hybrid car I like my car fast but at the same time good on gas because I don't want to spend all my hard earn money on fuel I'm currently leasing an 07 Toyota Camry LE 2.4L 4cyc Automatic transmission I'm not usually into Automatic cars because I like manual cars and shifting gears but because I do mostly city driving stopping and going and medium traffic everyday after work this is where my Automatic Camry comes in handy

      about 2 years ago
    • Emmanuel Hernandez
      Emmanuel Hernandez In reply to Gravecb7 Accord

      Gravecb7 Accord This car has more power and more efficiency than that Camry. 2018 Camry is looking good though, it mY be my first hybrid

      about 2 years ago
    • Tracy Nine
      Tracy Nine

      I drove a 2003 Civic hybrid and I drove it at sea level and got up to 54mpg while doing 50-55mph

      about 2 years ago
    • Nate Pina
      Nate Pina

      I think testing a hybrid at 75mph is pointless. If you routinely go 75mph you don't need a hybrid, IMO. I have a 2017 Accord hybrid touring and drive 60mph or below just over 100 miles per day everyday. I use adaptive cruise heavily. I consistently get 52-56MPG on 85 octane. I accelerate slow and brake slow to maximize battery life. For me, the little extra time to drive conservatively pays for itself in fuel. Getting 700+ miles per tank is easy.

      about 2 years ago
    • James Oden
      James Oden In reply to Nate Pina

      Well damn I was curious about getting 700+ miles on a full tank.

      about 7 months ago