News 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid Gets 5 L/100km

19:52  13 march  2018
19:52  13 march  2018 Source:   MSN

2018 Honda Accord wins North American Car of the Year award

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First Look: 2019 GMC Sierra. 2018 Cadillac CTS 3.6 Premium Luxury. I drove a first-year Camry Hybrid for a couple years, and managed to get 5 L / 100 km all day long. To be told that this Accord is capable of numbers around 3.6 L / 100 km was pretty unbelievable.

The 2018 Honda Accord is Canada's Car of the Year for 2018 , as named by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) at the 2017 Canadian International Auto Show in… First and foremost, the 2017 Accord Hybrid gets the visual updates we've already seen…

2018 Honda Accord Hybrid front three quarter 03© Motor Trend Staff 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid front three quarter 03

The EPA has released official fuel economy numbers for the 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid on its website. Revised for 2018 along with the rest of the Accord lineup, the Accord Hybrid nets 47/47/47 mpg (5/5/5 L/100km) city/highway/combined, less than the 49/47/48 mpg (4.8/5/4.9 L/100km) rating of last year's model.

The 2018 Honda Accord Hybrid uses a new generation two-motor hybrid powertrain system. A 2.0-liter engine offers improved thermal efficiency over the one in last year's model. This engine is paired to two electric drive motors that are the first in the world to use permanent magnets with no heavy rare-earth metals. The intelligent power unit, which houses the battery pack and its control systems, is now more compact and is mounted under the rear floor instead of in the trunk. The entire system helps the model achieve a total output of 212 hp.

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Revived with a proper four-cylinder, Honda ’s Accord Hybrid was launched as a 2014 model The gap in EPA-rated fuel economy is significant – the non- hybrid gets 27 city, 36 highway, 31 Tesla Federal Tax Credit Set to Expire in 2018 . Toyota Announces new 2.0 L Hybrid Powertrain, AWD

4.8 / 5 L / 100 km BODY TYPE: Sedan TECHNOLOGY: Hybrid BASE MSRP: ,440. After first appearing in 2014-2015 and then taking model year 2016 off, the Honda Accord Hybrid is back at dealers as a refreshed 2017.

Unfortunately for Honda, Toyota has the Accord Hybrid beat when it comes to fuel economy, at least in one trim. The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid tops out at 51/53/52 mpg (4.6/4.4/4.5 L/100km) city/highway combined in LE form. However, the Accord wins out over the 2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid, which is rated 43/41/42 mpg (5.5/5.7/5.6 L/100km). Meanwhile, the 2018 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid nets 49/43/46 mpg (4.8/5.5/5.1 L/100km).

Fuel economy on non-hybrid Accords varies by the trim level chosen. But it maxes out at 30/38/33 mpg (7.8/6.2/7.1 L/100km). The regular Accord has been on sale since last year, and we expect the Accord Hybrid to arrive soon.


Five things we like – and don’t like – about the 2018 Honda Accord .
Canada's Car of the Year for 2018 sets a new standard for family sedans, though there's always room for improvementFor 2018, the story is hardly different. The outgoing Accord was good, so it’s somewhat unfathomable how Honda could make it even better. Yet somehow, they did it – so much so, it just won the Canadian Car of the Year award at this year’s Canadian International Auto Show. The latest, 10th-generation family sedan isn’t perfect, but it’s in a completely different league than the model it replaces – and any model that came before it, really. So, without further ado, here are the five things we like – and don’t like – about the latest and greatest Accord.

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