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2021 Honda Accord Hybrid TRG

2021 Honda Accord Hybrid TRG
2021 Honda Accord Hybrid TRG

Honda has been manufacturing the Accord since 1976, with the Tenth Generation introduced in 2017. Among the various brands and models, few have the same loyalty and reputation for reliability as the Accord.

The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid continues to uphold the brand’s reputation by providing an exceptional driving experience, incorporating some exciting upgrades from the previous year, and offering a comfortable ride.

Driver Experience

The 2021 Accord offers a fun driving experience with surprisingly quick acceleration despite its average fuel efficiency of 43 MPG. The car is notably quiet inside, even on noisy roads. It is easy to park, thanks to a good turning radius suitable for various maneuvers. The cruise control system stands out, adjusting speed based on surrounding vehicles, making highway driving effortless. Overall, driving this car is a pleasure for many.


The new Accord features a minor yet noticeable facelift, including a redesigned grille and stylish front fenders that accentuate its sporty appearance. The addition of 19-inch alloy wheels and LED headlights enhances the sedan’s aesthetic appeal and practicality.


The interior of the Honda Accord Hybrid I tested had a tasteful Ivory interior with black trim, providing ample space for passengers. The rear seats offer good legroom, and the heated and ventilated seats add to the comfort. The Touring trim includes a premium 450-Watt Audio System with 10 Speakers, an 8-Inch Touch-Screen center console that is intuitive and user-friendly.

Engine / Drivetrain

The Accord’s 2.0 L 4-cylinder i-VTEC engine, combined with the Hybrid Touring Transmission, produces 212 Horsepower, offering a balance between power and fuel efficiency. The engine operates quietly and smoothly, displaying real-time information about the hybrid system’s operation, showcasing energy regeneration during braking. With impressive fuel efficiency ratings of HWY 44 MPG / City 41 MPG / Overall 43 MPG and a 14.8-gallon fuel capacity, the Accord provides extended travel distances with fewer visits to the gas station.


Honda prioritizes safety and incorporates advanced technologies to enhance the safety of all road users. The 2021 Honda Accord has received top safety ratings from IIHS and is equipped with various safety features like Vehicle Stability Assist™, Multi-Angle Rearview Camera, Collision Mitigation Braking System, and Lane Departure Warning. Additional driver assistance technologies such as Traffic Sign Recognition System, Blind Spot Information System, and Heads-Up Display enhance overall safety.


The 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid offers excellent value for money, especially considering rising gas prices. With its reputation for reliability, safety features, practicality, and overall appeal as a mid-sized sedan, the Accord proves to be a compelling choice for buyers.

MSRP $36,900

As Tested MSRP $37,830

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