I have about 4,200 miles on my 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid. After getting 31 mpg on my 1st full tank, I was anxious to see it improve to around 36 mpg as it was broke-in and I figured out how to drive it to get the optimun mpg. So far, after nearly 3 months I am very disappointed, the mpg has actually retreated to about 25 to 26. At this rate, it was not worth the premium. Cold weather appears to have an impact. I am pleased with the handling and acceleration. Overall, not the feel of luxury I had when I purchased my 2002 Maxima Nissan GLE new.
Acceleration very good. Runs very quitely.
Not quite sure what the "auto-off" head lights on the sticker means. You get the annoying ding if you attempt to exit the car without turning them off? Sun roof (06). Feel unsure about no spare tire, whats happens with a major blow-out where the tire is destroyed. Better mpg, 26 not acceptable.
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