- Roomy cabin.
- Plenty of equipment.
- Radar cruise control and autonomous emergency braking standard.
- Performance only adequate.
- Invasive petrol engine under revs.
“Externally, the Accord looks pretty sharp… But we keep coming back to that price. The Accord Sport Hybrid is spacious but less practical than the regular version, no faster, and the $7000 cost differential between this and the thirstier V6 buys you a lot of fuel. And if it’s green motoring you aspire to, the Lexus IS and ES hybrids are price-equivalent and more overtly luxurious.” according to Mike Costello of Car Advice. Paul Gover of CarsGuide has this to say: “Something got lost in translation on the Honda Accord Sport Hybrid. Where I live and drive, the word Sport with a capital S means firmer suspension, bigger brakes and flappy paddles on an automatic gearbox. Extra go, too. Yet all of those things are missing from the new top-end Accord, the first proper Honda hybrid after four “mild” hybrids were culled from Australian showrooms.”
No doubt that Honda Accord Sport Hybrid has a lot of good things going on, but is it all worth the price?
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