Across all trim lines, the Accord is well-equipped and priced competitively--making it one of our top-rated family sedans. It handles responsively, though the ride tends to be choppy. The interior is roomy and well-finished, and the base four-cylinder engine gets 30 mpg overall with its mostly unobtrusive CVT. The 3.5-liter V6 is lively and refined, and gets a very good 26 mpg overall. We didn't like Honda's unintuitive infotainment system on all but the base and Sport trims. Honda's “Lane Watch” right-side camera is an ineffective substitute for blind-spot monitoring. An all-new Hybrid arrives for 2017 and gets an EPA-rated 49 mpg city fuel economy. The Touring and Hybrid come standard with the Honda Sensing safety suite, which includes forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Reliability has been above average.