Since July, 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid first drive reviews have been rolling in, and the experts agree that the new Accord Hybrid is a sturdy ride with great handling that any mid-size sedan fan will appreciate for their daily drive.
Quiet and efficient, with an upgraded regenerative braking system that both improves on the brake feel of the 2014 model and helps with fuel economy, the 2017 Accord Hybrid has lots of small updates that make it a more comfortable drive. Several parts have been replaced with more lightweight ones, lightening the car up and improving handling.
Perfect for commuting, the 49 mpg city estimate will keep drivers frequently stuck in city traffic from getting low on gas thanks to high fuel economy and regenerative braking that charges the battery the more you brake. The 2017 Accord Hybrid has EV, Hybrid, and Gasoline driving modes, and it will automatically choose which modes are ideal for the type of driving you’re doing.
Another great thing about the Accord Hybrid is that Honda Sensing technology is now standard even at the base level, making safety more accessible to every driver. Honda also added Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to the Accord Hybrid, making this car an all-around smart choice for any driver interested in staying connected and safe on the road.