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  • 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid EX-L in Gray
    20,680 miles
    Dealer:  (20)
    15.3 mi away
    Stock# H181448B


    Est. Loan: $360/mo
    Fair Deal!Fair Deal!
    $389 Below Market

    Lee's Summit Honda - Lees Summit / Missouri

    Located 15 miles away from Kansas City, MO

    Dealer Review:

    This was the best buying experience we have ever had! Our sales person was Keelan and he was awesome! He was extremely knowledgeable, nice, patient, and answered all of our questions. The best part was he and his team were no-pressure, not aggressive and respected us. Everyone was all around great. The finance manager Darryl got us in and out, was also very nice and respectful. We highly recommend this dealership and especially Keelan!!

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid EX-L with Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Heated seats, Auto Climate Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    47 Combined MPG (50 City/45 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

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Worth the Wait for those sold on Hybrids
** Update after yer 2 - Still love this car and it is still the best car I have owned. Experienced a few minor issues but overall still very good. Too bad this is the only year that featured 2 LCD screens as I love this feature but 2018 modified the console and included only 1 screen and changed the air vent layout. **Update after 1 year - still enjoying the vehicle and after a year of combined highway and city driving, looks like 43 MPG is about average. In the city at 20-50 MPH stop and go, you can easily get 49 or 50 MPG but on the highway over 70 brings you back to reality. With all factors combines, this is still the best car I have ever owned. I was new to hybrids in 2013 and purchased a 2013 Hyundai Sonata and loved that vehicle right off the bat and was sold on hybrids. With that car I averaged 38 mpg on the highway and was thrilled that I could go over 500 miles before having to fill up. The argument at the time was the hybrid cost more and based on mpg, it would take you X years to break even. While this might be a logical value/$ spent thought, I for one loved the fact that I was doing my part to help with the ecology and consuming less gas which made me feel good and I was sold. While I loved this first hybrid, I was keeping an eye out for Honda's latest model waiting the entire 2016 model year for the 2017's which have just begun arriving at dealerships as I am a long time Honda fan ( have owned 4 or 5 Honda vehicles). From a "regular guy" point of view, there is almost nothing about this car I do like like from the fantastic mpg to the great audio system to elegant interior. So far I am averaging 46 mpg combined and an thrilled to see my driving range to empty is about 700 miles. The mpg highway is an interesting number as it never states at what speed was the mpg highway determined. On a recent trip, I set the cruise to 70 mph on mostly straight roads and after 2 hours of driving, the mpg was listed as 42 mpg. I suspect if I drove 65 mph or 60 mph, the mpg might have gotten closer to the published rate but who would drive that speed :-). The only issue I noticed is with Apple Car Play which acts strange at times with accepting phone calls and instances in which there seems to be a software tug of war between Honda car software and Apple as to which product should control a feature.When I do have an issue, rebooting the phone does nothing and it requires me to turn off the car then retry which corrects the problem. The car is very very well built and feels more like a Lexus than a hybrid sedan. As I have only had the car for 4 days, barring something totally out of the blue and unexpected, I would highly recommend purchasing this vehicle and forget the extra cost/how many years to recoup argument and enjoy the ride! (Update 7/26/16) - Resolved the carplay issue as being caused by using both Carplay and Bluetooth at the same time - use one or the other but not both together. On another note, I achieved 50.8 mpg in the city by driving with caution and playing with the gas pedal as Hybrid owners will understand what I am referring to. I am not up to 44 mpg combined over 6 days.
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