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2017 Honda Accord Hybrid

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid

Honda’s Accord, the car that more than any other model identified Japan as the force to be reckoned with in the U.S., is celebrating its 40th birthday this year. While many Kirins surely were tipped toasting the 12.7 million Accords that have been sold here—not to mention the 30 Car and Driver 10Best trophies the car has earned—Honda didn’t secure its place in the world’s most competitive market by dwelling on the past. The Japanese automaker ruthlessly identified and attacked its next goal, in this instance a 50-mpg hybrid to crown the ninth-generation Accord range.

Return of the Hybrid

The 2017 Accord hybrid is a key step in Honda’s move to electrified vehicles with an expanding range of hybrids, plug-in hybrids, fuel-cell models, and battery electrics. By 2030, Honda hopes two-thirds of its global fleet will be electrified, come what may in fuel prices, government edicts, and customer whims.

Toward that end, the new 2017 Accord hybrid we recently drove in Napa Valley, California, embodies comprehensive improvements over the previous Accord hybrid that Honda built and sold here in modest volumes in 2014 and 2015.

First of all, the new hybrid benefits from updates bestowed on the Accord range for 2016, in which the cars were facelifted, lightened, and structurally stiffened. Additionally, hybrid production was moved from Ohio to Japan to expand the global supply and more than double the number of cars available. (The model is sold in all 50 states.)

To create the new, better hybrid, Honda engineers gave it a more powerful 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine; two smaller, lighter, and more energetic AC motor/generators; a more compact lithium-ion battery pack and electronic control unit; significant aerodynamic improvements and reduced friction; and a wealth of driver assists and creature comforts. The one major carryover is the basic powertrain arrangement: What Honda calls a two-motor hybrid-drive system combines combustion and electric-energy conversion with fixed drive ratios.

Hits and Misses

After a few hundred miles of driving, here’s our assessment: The new Accord hybrid is quiet and comfortable for drivers and passengers alike, and seat-of-the-pants acceleration and braking performances should exceed most expectations. Now for the near misses: Although its EPA estimates are the best of the mid-size hybrid sedans, the new Honda doesn’t top the Toyota Prius’s figures or the 2014–2015 Accord hybrid’s city mpg rating. And while other members of the Accord family equipped with conventional powertrains show true sports-sedan verve, this hybrid wanders off in the science-project direction too often to impress those with enthusiasm for driving.

From a stoplight, it literally motors off with smooth, silent electric torque answering the tap of the accelerator pedal. With gentle pressure and sufficient charge in the 1.3-kWh battery pack, you can sneak past 60 mph in EV Drive mode for a mile or so without rousing the engine. When the engine does fire, it spins a generator to provide AC current to the always-engaged electric motor while concurrently sending juice to the battery pack. This is the Hybrid Drive mode. Lift off the accelerator, and the drive motor becomes a generator to convert unwanted momentum to electricity for recharging the battery.

In the third mode, Engine Drive, a computer gently engages a wet clutch, connecting the engine to the front axle’s differential. In the interests of efficiency, no battery charging is allowed here; the engine runs quietly at low rpm with its computer-operated throttle barely open. On our drive through wine country, we found this third mode elusive and impossible to maintain for more than a few seconds at 65 to 70 mph. We suspect it exists mainly for use in EPA highway-mileage tests.

In each of the drive modes described above, the Accord hybrid is your best friend. Unfortunately, its mean side emerges when you smack the accelerator to the floor at any speed. After a momentary delay, the engine roars in anger to accelerate the car with a jolt of juice zapped from the generator to the drive motor. This is annoying-CVT disorder, where engine rpm and car speed are totally out of sync.

There are other driving behaviors that diminish the Accord hybrid’s desirability. The electrically assisted steering, while nicely weighted and responsive off-center, provides no hint of road feel or feedback. The Michelin Energy Saver all-season tires would seem to contain Teflon in their tread compound, so readily do they slide when challenged with modest cornering loads; we discovered crippling understeer when negotiating traffic circles and early-onset intervention from the stability-control system in simulated lane-change moves. Although you seldom need to tap the brake pedal when the shift lever is moved to the B (maximum energy regeneration—i.e., engine braking) position, we found the left pedal lacking in feedback midway through its travel and the brakes susceptible to abrupt ABS intrusion.

The Big 4-8?

Beyond the fact that this is more the Accord for the gadget geek than the keen driver, the hybrid missed its 50-mpg mileage bogey, with ratings of 49 mpg city, 47 mpg highway, and 48 mpg combined. Chief engineer Koji Ninomiya cites more stringent EPA regulations as the cause. He’s correct that small adjustments have been made to more accurately align the laboratory test results and window-sticker figures with real-world driving. And last year, the EPA warned manufacturers that existing coast-down test procedures would be enforced to the letter.

In the greater scheme of things, 1 or 2 mpg doesn’t matter, and this latest Accord has improved its highway fuel-economy rating by 2 mpg. It also betters all mid-size competitors except the Toyota Prius, including the new Chevrolet Malibu hybrid, which is rated at 47/46/46 mpg city/highway/combined. But it’s the principle, Honda missing a crucial goal, that irks us. This is Toyota finishing second at Le Mans five times. We don’t like to think that the Honda that moved to America to manufacture high-quality Accords in volume for world consumption would ever have let this Accord hybrid leave the lab until it exceeded every target with room to spare.

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Take solace in the fact that Ninomiya and his team did bring more power and acceleration to the hybrid party. While the Chevy Malibu gas-electric is done by 100 mph, the Accord Hybrid is good for another 12 mph beyond that. Friends of the environment will adore the low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Driving oh-so-gently for four miles at modest suburban speeds, we coaxed the in-dash mileage meter up to an impressive 43.8 mpg.

Consumers also will appreciate the handsome but low-key exterior design, the roomy interior, and the wood-like plastic dash trim. The smaller battery pack compared with the previous Accord hybrid increases trunk space from 13 to 14 cubic feet, though unfortunately the rear seatbacks don’t fold, and no pass-through is provided. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity are on board. The roster of electronic driver aids now includes adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automated emergency braking. The new Accord hybrid range encompasses three trim levels. A well-equipped base model is $30,440 ($3075 more than an equivalent nonhybrid Accord EX); the EX-L with leather and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto costs $33,740; and the loaded $36,790 Touring edition boasts navigation, LED headlights, heated front and rear seats, and more. Cars are at dealers now.

Phase two of Honda’s green initiative begins this fall with a fuel-cell vehicle, followed by a plug-in hybrid early next year and a pure electric for 2018, all wearing the Clarity nameplate. Let’s hope that these green machines don’t totally abandon Honda’s sporty-sedan heritage in their quest for maximum efficiency.


VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

BASE PRICE: Base, $30,440;
EX-L, $33,740;
Touring $36,790

HYBRID POWERTRAIN DOHC 16-valve Atkinson-cycle 2.0-liter inline-4, 143 hp, 129 lb-ft; permanent-magnet synchronous AC electric motor, 181 hp, 232 lb-ft; combined power rating, 212 hp; 1.3-kWh lithium-ion battery pack

TRANSMISSION: 1-speed direct drive

Wheelbase: 109.3 in
Length: 194.1 in
Width: 72.8 in Height: 57.5 in
Passenger volume: 101-103 cu ft
Cargo volume: 14 cu ft
Curb weight (C/D est): 3500-3550 lb

Zero to 60 mph: 6.9 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 20.0 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 15.3 sec
Top speed (governed): 112 mph

EPA city/highway driving: 49/47 mpg

Технические характеристики

У Accord Hybrid не только самый низкий расход топлива 4,8 л на 100 км по городу, 5 л на 100 км на трассе и 4,9 л на 100 км при смешанном пути, но и самая высокая общая «системная» мощность равная 212 л.с. и 314,5 Нм крутящего момента. Это на 16 лошадиных сил больше, чем было в модели 2015 года, которые добавились благодаря особым хитростям, проделанным с той же силовой. И теперь общая мощность превысила мощность Malibu и ее 182 л.с., Fusion и 188 л.с., 193-сильные Sonata и Optima и 200 лошадок Camry.

Достижение низкого расхода и высокой мощности говорят об исключительной производительности 2-литрового DOHC двигателя, работающего по циклу Аткинсона и двух электродвигателей. Газовый двигатель с системой i-VTEC дает скромные 143 л.с. при 6200 об/мин и 175 Нм крутящего момента при 4000 об/мин. Электродвигатели выдают 181 л.с. (135 кВт- тяговый двигатель) и 142 л.с. (106 кВт- двигатель-генератор). Генератор почти совпадает с пиковой мощностью основного двигателя, а больший по размеру тяговый двигатель при разгоне может добавить еще как минимум 30 лошадей от литий-ионной батареи мощностью 1.3 кВт/ч.

Необычно также то, что электродвигатели работают вместе со сцеплением и одной передачей с фиксированным передаточным числом вместо привычной мультискоростной или бесступенчатой коробки передач.

В Honda назвали ее “Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive” (I-MMD) и она может питать Accord только на электротяге при умеренном ускорении со старта или в других случаях, когда не требуется высокий крутящий момент, например во время спокойного движения. При торможении, система, как обычно, регенерирует электричество.

Всего в этой модели есть три режима вождения: EV, Hybrid и Engine. Когда нужна большая мощность автомобиль переключается в гибридный режим, при котором меньший электродвигатель включает двигатель внутреннего сгорания, который, после включения уже питает меньший электродвигатель, который производит электричество для второго электродвигателя (такая последовательность характерна для оригинального Chevy Volt без большой батареи). Дополнительно, сцепление может соединить двигатель внутреннего сгорания в режиме Engine с большим электродвигателем так, чтобы они вместе могли приводить в движение колеса и сам автомобиль.

Вся система работает практически без шума и станет довольно элегантным решением.

Whether you’re looking for the Labrador retriever of family-friendly midsize sedans, a stylish and powerful coupe, or a refined hybrid that kisses 50 mpg, the 2017 Honda Accord delivers like few others. Long loved for its faithful reliability, great resale value and inherent ability to please a wide palette of buyers, the 2017 Accord remains a highly recommendable car even as rivals clamor for its benchmark status. The Accord just marked its 40th anniversary, and it shows no sign of resting on its laurels. The standard model was upgraded last year with features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and automatic emergency braking, and this year marks the reintroduction of a hybrid model. We continue to like almost everything about the Accord except its optional touch-screen controls.

All Accord models are brisk, compliant and comfortable, with each particular model offering more or less of those traits depending on drivetrain. The bread-and-butter 4-cylinder Accord with an automatic transmission finely balances the comfort/agility equation while offering one of the best continuously variable transmissions (CVT) in the business. V6-powered sedans and coupes are surprisingly quick, and the larger engine boasts deep power reserves. The few buyers who opt for a manual transmission will be rewarded with crisp, easy shifts. The new Accord Hybrid accelerates swiftly, similar to an electric vehicle when it is being powered via electric motor. Transitions between its gasoline and electric powerplants are smooth, but the gasoline engine and electronic continuously variable transmission (e-CVT) drone under hard acceleration. We found the available lane-keep assist system so-so; it can nudge you back into the lane, but doesn’t work 100 percent of the time, especially on twisty 2-lane roads.

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This safety system has been around a few years and still impresses. Via a camera mounted under the right-side mirror, it displays a real-time view of what’s happening in the next lane when you activate the turn signal, showing whatever may be in your blind spot so you don’t collide.

One of the best things about the reintroduced Accord Hybrid — aside from its nearly 50-mpg rating — is that it looks just like a regular Accord. For buyers who want great fuel economy but don’t want way-out-there looks, the hybrid Accord is an excellent choice.

All 2017 Accord models accommodate five passengers, though the coupe has less legroom than the sedan. Rear-seat passengers in the sedan are also treated to a good view out thanks to large side windows. Up front, higher trims of the Accord have a pair of screens. The top one displays audio info and the rearview camera, while the other below shows navigation and other functions. However, the lower screen is touch-only, lacking traditional knobs for volume and tuning. Lower-trim models don’t have the secondary screen, and instead offer easy-to-use controls. In hybrid Accords the rear seat doesn’t fold due to the battery pack.

The 2017 Honda Accord pulls off quite a feat when it comes to style: It looks handsome, contemporary, yet timeless. This is a well-proportioned vehicle whose design will likely hold up well as the years pass. The Accord coupe, too, looks elegant, sporty and more expensive than it is. Among the few traits of which we’re on the fence is the way the grille wraps into the elongated headlights; it can be a little too sweeping. Hybrid Accord models look similar to their gasoline-only counterparts, except for their small hybrid badges and blue accents on the grille, headlights and taillights.

Including the new Sport Special Edition, the 2017 Accord sedan is available in seven trims. At the lowest end, a base LX includes rearview camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, 4-speaker AM/FM/CD player with Bluetooth connectivity and USB and auxiliary inputs, and an 8-inch color display. We recommend stepping up to at least the Sport or Sport Special Edition, which include 10-way-power-adjustable driver’s seat, LED fog lights and daytime running lights, split-folding rear seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and in the Special Edition, leather interior with heated front seats. The Accord’s standard safety features include antilock brakes and stability- and traction-control systems.

Most extras come by climbing trims, with a notable exception being the HondaSensing suite of features that we heartily recommend. For $1,000, it includes lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, collision-mitigation braking, and road-departure mitigation system. HondaSensing is standard on top-line Touring and all hybrid models of the 2017 Accord. Other extras available depending on trim include the LaneWatch blind-spot monitoring system, navigation, upgraded audio, HomeLink integrated garage opener, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration, and the HondaLink smartphone connectivity system.

The Honda Accord sedan and coupe are available with 4- or 6-cylinder engines tied to both manual and automatic transmissions, while the gasoline-electric Accord Hybrid is offered as a sedan only. Gasoline models with the 4-cylinder with an automatic transmission use a CVT that feels natural, while V6 models have a traditional 6-speed automatic. If you want a V6 Accord with a manual transmission, that combination is available in coupe form only. At up to 36 mpg, even a standard Accord is highly efficient. For those seeking the most efficient Honda Accord, the hybrid model earns a 49-mpg EPA rating. The hybrid uses both a 4-cylinder gasoline engine and a pair of electric motors. A lithium-ion battery pack sits in the rear of the car.

2.4-liter inline-4
185 horsepower @ 6,400 rpm (189 for Sport models)
181 lb-ft of torque @ 3,900 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 23/32 mpg (manual), 27/36 mpg (automatic, LX, EX, EX-L sedan), 26/34 mpg (automatic, Sport, Sport Special sedan and LX-S, EX, EX-L coupe)

3.5-liter V6
278 horsepower @ 6,200 rpm
252 lb-ft of torque @ 4,900 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 18/28 mpg (manual, coupe), 21/33 mpg (automatic, sedan), 21/32 mpg (automatic, coupe)

2.0-liter inline-4 + AC Synchronous Permanent-Magnet Electric Motor (Accord Hybrid)
212 combined horsepower @ 6,200 rpm
232 lb-ft of torque @ 0-2,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 49/47 mpg

The 2017 Honda Accord has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting just over $23,000 for a base, manual-transmission sedan. Most buyers will opt for an automatic transmission, an extra $800. We think you’ll be even more satisfied in a Sport or Sport Special Edition model, which sits in the mid-$20,000 range, also the point at which Accord Coupe models begin. A top-line Accord Touring model sits above $35,000 in both sedan and coupe form. Finally, the new Accord Hybrid starts just over $30,000 and tops out at nearly $37,000 in Touring form. At these prices, the Hondas are in step with longtime rival the Toyota Camry, as well as the Ford Fusion and Nissan Altima. Do check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying for their Accord, which is expected to hold its value well, just below the Toyota Camry and Subaru Legacy.

Best Deals on a 2017 Honda Accord for October

If you’re looking to buy a used Honda Accord and you’re not really worried about having the latest gadgets and newest design, consider a used 2017 Accord. 2017 was the last year for the 9th generation car, and as such, will probably cost a fair bit less than the new for 2018 version.

Shopping for a 2017 Accord doesn’t mean you have to give up desirable features. Safety features like Honda Sensing are still available on most trims, as is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. They were just optional. If you’re ready to pull the trigger in October, Honda just made the move a little easier thanks to a new low financing offer on all Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Accords.

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Given its age and most likely higher mileage, going with a CPO Accord over a private party transaction makes a lot of sense. Beyond the possibility of being approved for 2.49% financing, a CPO car has additional time and mileage added to the limited and powertrain warranties. Should something go wrong under the hood, this perk alone could save you thousands of dollars in repairs.

However, if you do find a good used Accord in the classified, be sure to run a CARFAX on it. Also try and obtain as much information about the car’s service history and the dealer that performed the work. You can also get a good idea of a fair asking price by visiting KBB.com’s My Car’s Value page.

The best deals in brief

Honda’s Certified Pre-Owned program adds value to your used car purchase by extending its limited and powertrain warranties as well as adding a few extra perks.

Now through November 2, 2020, Honda is offering 2.49% APR financing for 24-36 months or 2.99% APR financing for 37-60 months on all CPO Accords.

Included in the HondaTrue Certified program are:

  • Extended powertrain coverage to 7 years/100,000 miles from the original date of service
  • Extended limited warranty coverage to 4 years/48,000 miles (vehicle outside the original warranty get a 1-year/12,000-mile limited plan).
  • Roadside Assistance
  • Two complimentary oil changes within the first year of ownership
  • Trip interruption and concierge service
  • 90-day free trial SiriusXM radio

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Галерея автомобиля Honda Accord Touring Hybrid 2017 года включает в себя 170 фотографий в высоком разрешении.

Изображенный на фотографиях автомобиль был выпущен в 2017 году. Автомобиль предназначен для рынка США и Канады.

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Коротко о товаре

  • выше максимальный момент силы: 175 Nm
  • больше экономия топлива ( по городу): 4.8 l/100 km
  • Имеет камеру заднего вида: Есть
  • Умный ключ как стандарт: Есть
  • больше экономия топлива ( на шоссе): 5 l/100 km
  • больше лошадиных сил: 212 hp
  • больше грузовое пространство: 388 l
  • Имеет систему в автомобиле: Есть
  • больше высота кузова (спереди): 1003.3 mm
  • Имеет систему stop-start: Есть
Сравнительная таблица значений характеристик Honda Accord Hybrid (2017) среди всей выборки товаров
ХарактеристикаЗначение товараСреднееЛучшееХудшееБаллы
выше максимальный момент силы175 Nm433 Nm10000 Nm0.6
больше экономия топлива ( по городу)4.8 l/100 km12.3 l/100 km1.87 l/100 km13.2
Имеет камеру заднего видаЕсть
Умный ключ как стандартЕсть
больше экономия топлива ( на шоссе)5 l/100 km8.3 l/100 km2.28 l/100 km14.1
больше лошадиных сил212 hp269.3 hp585 hp10.9
больше грузовое пространство388 l446.2 l894 l13
Имеет систему в автомобилеЕсть
больше высота кузова (спереди)1003.3 mm989.3 mm1082 mm26
Имеет систему stop-startЕсть

Test Drive the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Trims Near Raynham and Plymouth Today

The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid trims offer some of the most technologically advanced sedans to Plymouth and Raynham drivers, with the added benefit of one of the highest fuel efficiencies of any modern sedan. Visit Silko Honda at 1580 New State Highway in Raynham today to see one, two, or all three of these trims in person. Contact us online or give us a call at 508-880-5500 to schedule your test drive.

*Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.

**MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $835.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.

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