Consumer Reports gets 40 MPG in Honda Accord Hybrid review

Consumer Reports gets 40 MPG in Honda Accord Hybrid review

May 31, 2014 Off By administrator

Consumer Reports gets 40 MPG in Honda Accord Hybrid review
Article from Treehugger:

On paper, the second generation Accord Hybrid is quite impressive, and Eric was quite pleased with it when he test-drove it (see his review here). 49 MPG city, 45 MPG highway, and 47 MPG combined in a roomy sedan sounds like a pretty good deal for a non-plug in, and if you want more, there’s also a plug-in version that gets 115 MPG-equivalent according to the EPA>.

But how does it do in the real-world, over long-term testing? Consumer Reports has just published their review, and it’s a bit strange. The video (below) is rather mixed and negative, but the text summary is rather positive, calling the Accord Hybrid “impressive” and saying it delivers “stellar fuel economy”.

The video talks about weird transitions and engine noises, while the text for the sa…………………continues on Treehugger
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