Many consumers who have purchased the 2018 or 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid are realizing that the gas mileage they are getting may be a good bit less than what Honda advertises. Honda advertises that the 2018 model gets 47 city/47 highway MPG, and the 2019 model gets 48city/48 highway MPG. Here are just a few recent reviews.
Jerry S, 06/25/2019
“Not What I expected from a Honda
I purchased this 2018 Honda Accord EX hybrid on May 31,2019. This car only had 6,700 miles on it, and looked brand new. Upon taking it for a test drive, I was very impressed with the smoothness and quietness of the ride. I bought the car. I’ve had it only a few weeks now, and here is my opinion. This car is supposed to get 47mpg, however, I am struggling to get it to 39mpg. (I have owned 4 other hybrids, so I’m familiar with how you have to drive them)…” (Edmunds.com)
David C, 07/13/2019
“Great car, but poor actual mileage
First, this is an excellent car. However (like others), I would not have bought this hybrid if I was only going to get between 34-37 MPG instead of the advertised 48/48 (which sold me on this specific vehicle).” (Edmunds.com)
David C, July 13, 2019
“Good car; horrible gas mileage
This IS a great car, but it needed to be advertised with an MPG of 34-37 and not 48/48. This is around a 25% difference. This mileage included a trip of around two hundred miles of nearly all interstate driving. If I had known this, I would NOT have purchased the vehicle but would have gotten the non-hybrid CRV. The advertised mileage was the big selling point for me. Honda suggests I contact the dealer.” (NewCars.com)
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