The car's hybrid battery failed on the second day after purchasing. We had it changed for free under warranty, but now, after 2 months of driving, the MPG is worse than for a non-hybrid. The Honda Accord Hybrid 2006 is supposed to have 25/34 but I never get above 26, even on the highway, frequently having below 20MPG. The car seems shaky and problem-prone (leaked water for no reason. Honda repair people couldn't identify the problem), windows started to squeak, strange noises coming from all parts of the car as we continue to drive it.
I absolutley love this car. I purchased it because it allowed me to have a V6 engine, with plenty of power, and also have it be a hybrid vehicle. I push my accord to the max and consistently have a MPG in the 29-32 range. Pretty good for the power you get with the car. I also really enjoy the features of the car. The voice activated Navigation is a nice feature, although I dont really use the voice activation much. It is a cool trick to show friends though. If you are considering this car it will not dissapoint.
46+mpg in 50/50 city/highway driving regular gas
2014 Honda Accord HybridChris Davis - Winchester, KY12/21/2016
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