Yoichiro Ueno, President and CEO of Honda Cars India Ltd., and Raman Sharma, Director of Corp. Affairs Honda Cars India Ltd., during the launch of the all new Honda Accord Hybrid Feather Car
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The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid is Highly Recommended

Honda’s Accord persists as one of the most popular sedan options out there, and for many good reasons. This budget-friendly sedan is generally reliable and fun to drive, making it ideal to buy new or used. Additionally, the Honda Accord boasts a variety of powertrain options, including a hybridized variant. If you are especially interested …


Fuel-Saver Flashback: 2014 Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid

The 2014 Accord Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) sedan was Honda’s one-hit-wonder or, shall we say, “one-year wonder.” Honda released the Accord PHEV right before the regular Accord Hybrid as somewhat of a testbed for the hybrid powertrain. Unfortunately, it didn’t do as well as they hoped. Let’s take a closer look at the Accord Plug-in Hybrid …

A Honda CR-V is seen during the Vienna Car Show press preview at Messe Wien, as part of Vienna Holiday Fair, on January 15, 2020
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Honda Models That Achieve 40 MPG or More

Back in 1969, Honda started sales of its cars in the United States. That first model was the N600. Even back then, Honda was on a mission to create and distribute fuel-efficient vehicles. That little car achieved 36 miles-per-gallon. Today is no different, except that Honda has many more models available with great fuel economy …

2018 Honda Accord is on display at the 110th Annual Chicago Auto Show
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How Reliable Is the Honda Accord?

Even though the Honda Accord is an award-winning car, questions about its reliability are legit. Let’s take a closer look at the Accord’s history and pain points you may want to consider. The history of the Honda Accord Four years ago, the Honda Accord celebrated its 40th anniversary. The first Accord appeared back in 1976. …

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Best Used Cars Under $15,000

Shopping for a used car makes a lot of sense in this day and age. You’ll save money on car insurance, registration, and taxes, and you won’t have to worry about depreciation, which is the loss in a car’s value over time. It also makes sense because cars are more reliable than ever; many have …