Used 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Pricing


2017 Honda Accord Hybrid
List Price $35,955 - $35,955
Consumer Rating
(62)

2017 Highlights

After a one-year hiatus, the Accord Hybrid is back for 2017. Notable improvements include more power, improved fuel economy and a new collection of standard driver safety aids.
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Pros

  • Best-in-class fuel economy
  • Quick acceleration for a hybrid
  • Cabin has plenty of room for adults
  • Reassuring handling when going around turns

Cons

  • Adaptive cruise control isn't the best at maintaining or regaining speed
  • Overly vigilant nature of collision warning system can be annoying
  • No fold-down rear seat or rear-seat pass-through
  • Touchscreen interface frequently frustrates

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Used 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid for Sale

Honda Accord Hybrid 2017 Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) White Orchid Pearl Ivory leather14,966 miles
Used 2017Honda Accord HybridTouring
List:$27,690
Est.Loan: $504/mo
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Honda Accord Hybrid 2017 Touring 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) White Orchid Pearl Ivory leather3,252 miles
Used 2017Honda Accord HybridTouring
List:$29,991
Est.Loan: $546/mo
Fair Deal
$300 Below Market
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Dealer Notes

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Honda Accord Hybrid 2017 Hybrid 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) White Orchid Pearl 20,788 miles
Used 2017Honda Accord HybridHybrid
List:$24,991
Est.Loan: $455/mo
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76 mi away
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Honda Certified Pre-Owned. Clean History Report, Local Trade, One Owner, Manager's Special, Bluetooth / MP3/ Aux, Wow! Don't Miss This Deal!, Extended Warranty Available, 2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V i-VTEC, Ivory Cloth. CARFAX One-Owner. 2017 Honda 4D Sedan Accord Hybrid White 49/47mpg**

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Safety

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    G
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    G
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    G
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good

Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating


The Honda Unicorn
To get the best MPG out of this car, just drive it normally as you would any other car. I'm averaging 46.5 per the computer over the first 2300 miles, but going by my gas fill ups, i'm getting 48.0 MPG driving around in Orange County with a 70/30 highway/city mix. Over my 60 mile daily commute, I've seen a best of ~ 63 MPG in slow I-5 traffic and a worst of 41 MPG driving on the 133/241 toll roads through the mountains, low 50s are very common. It can average ~60 MPG if driven at 55 - 60 mph over mostly flat, smooth roads. Bumpy/rough roads seem to lower the mileage significantly. ECON mode also lowers MPG, yes lowers! The power delivery is strong and linear, car is very responsive (esp in Sport mode) the car is also very quiet on the highway (except when going uphill) with hardly any wind/tire noise. Handling is crisp, nimble and secure for my driving style, ride is comfortable but slightly on the stiff side - the chassis has a solid, well integrated feel. Braking feels a tiny bit weaker than my excellent 2016 CR-V but very normal. To maximize engine efficiency Honda seems to have cleverly programmed it to rev the engine up/down constantly instead of keeping it a steady light load (bad for efficiency) - whenever the engine runs it's mostly under higher-loads and wider throttle - any excess energy is stored in the battery for later use when cruising. Also they smartly use battery power to cruise rather than accelerate - that way the battery energy logs more miles - the engine does the acceleration duties because it can do so with higher efficiency. Therefore, to maximize MPG, I accelerate to cruising speed quickly using the engine and then stay in EV while cruising. I've seen better MPG if I climb uphill stretches briskly spending the battery and then coast downhill to recover the energy. The AC controls are very frustrating - no knobs, no touch bumps - so you have to take your eyes off the road to set fan speed or vent direction (a very inconsiderate design decision by Honda's engineers), also the vent direction control display scrolls from right to left as you keep pressing the button, instead of left to right as you'd intuitively expect it (again thoughtless decision by Honda's engineers). This is my only negative so far. I am very happy with this car. Oh and yes the trip computer consistently underestimates MPG by ~ 1.3 which was pleasantly surprising.
Love this car!
We traded in our 2014 Accord Hybrid for the new 2017 version. We have owned the car for 6 months, during which we have driven about 6,500 miles. We were very happy with the 2014 model but wanted to benefit from the enhancements in the newer car: active lane control, parking sensors, increased horsepower, improved navigation system, Apple CarPlay, heated rear seats, larger trunk, automatic braking, quieter interior, and built-in Apple Siri. Even though the new model has more horsepower, the fuel economy is slightly better, especially in stop and go driving. We get about 580 to 650 miles on a tank of gas. Average economy per fill-up has ranged from 43 to 51MPG in mixed city/highway driving. We were able to buy this car at dealer invoice, I assume because low gas prices may be limiting the demand for hybrids.
Finally a hybrid with power and Honda reliability.
This car is great. I traded my 2015 touring in for the touring hybrid and the change is dramatically better. The technology advancements are amazing. I was looking at the hybrids back in 2014/15, but was not impressed. Honda took a year off to relocate production and redesign and they hit a home run. Actually seeing 45-48 MPG and I'm not exactly easy on the throttle. I know its a hybrid, but I still need to see what it can do and it does impress. Yes guys... it'll bark the tires. Couple of things that I have to get used to 1. ECVT- getting used to not feeling gears shift. Plus is it is so smooth when accelerating you lose track of speed. 2. Rear seat does not fold down. Not a huge deal, but still. 3. The warranty. I don't understand the 3yr/36000... almost all manufactures almost double this. Finally.. the biggest and it was almost a deal breaker... no spare tire. Come on Honda. We are paying a premium for the vehicle and you give me an electric pump and a tube of slime. Borderline ridiculous.