We’ve been longtime fans of the Civic at Detroit Area Honda Dealers, but the new mode practically reinvents the car. The base trim level has Bluetooth, a multi-angle rearview camera, and a 5-inch LCD display with advanced Honda Sensing safety features available for upgrade. At the top of the lineup, the Touring trim is decked out with luxuries, from advanced connectivity to navigation to leather upholstery and heated front seating. See how it compared to a competitor in our 2016 Kia Forte review.
When it comes to comfort and performance, nothing can describe a car as well as quality time behind the wheel. Add on the Civic’s new 174-hp turbocharged engine and the long list of intuitive technology features (like the available Display Audio with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay) and we think it’s just as important for you to give us your review.
By ensuring there’s enough variety to fit the needs of a wide range of drivers, the latest Accord has become one of the top family sedan options for Detroit. The Sport and Sport SE trims show family sedans can have style and excitement, and the top-of-the-line Touring trim has no trouble competing with luxury sedans (without the luxury pricing). EX, EX-L, and EX-L V6 trims round out the seven, but we think many drivers will be happy with the LX trim—see how it compares to a competitor in our 2017 Toyota Camry review.
It can be tough to decide from seven trims based only on their features and specs; let us show you what the Accord looks and feels like behind the wheel. Feel the leather of the EX-L and higher trims, see the high-tech standard features and the available Display Audio touchscreen, and experience the thrill of the Accord’s V6 with a test drive—then give us your review!
With 212 combined system horsepower, the Accord Hybrid puts to rest the idea that a hybrid is sluggish or can’t be fun to drive. The long list of cabin and tech amenities on the base model, including Bluetooth, a multi-angle rearview camera, the Honda Sensing package’s Forward Collision and Lane Departure Warning systems give the hybrid features beyond its competitors. Stepping up to the EX-L or Touring trims can add on heated seating (front and rear heated seats are available), leather upholstery, navigation, and more.
When we tell drivers that hybrids can be fun to drive, that a car with an EPA-estimated 49 city mpg can be spacious, they find it tough to believe. We’ve found that seeing and experiencing is better than just reading about a car; visit a Detroit Area Honda Dealer to get behind the wheel of the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid and give us your review.
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