Honda Accord Overview
There's nothing basic about the four-cylinder Accord. It's well-equipped and competitively priced, and it performs well, making it one of our top-rated family sedans. It handles responsively, though the ride can be choppy. It has a roomy and well-finished interior, and gets a wallet-saving 30-mpg overall with its unobtrusive CVT. The 3.5-liter V6 is lively and refined, and gets a very good 26-mpg overall. But the infotainment system on high-end versions is unintuitive. The Hybrid gets 40-mpg overall and operates smoothly, but it doesn't ride or handle as well as other Accords and it sacrifices a lot of trunk space. A Plug-in version is available in some states and has a claimed electric range of 13-miles. Reliability has been average or better for all versions recently.
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