This Honda accord is a combination of luxury and efficiency. The long-running, highly regarded Accord is Honda’s largest sedan, which serves as the starting point for the Accord Hybrid variant. Its EPA-estimated combined fuel economy rating of 47 mpg is significantly higher than the regular Accord’s combined rating of 33 mpg. And unlike some hybrids, the battery pack does not affect cargo space because it’s tucked underneath the rear seats. The price difference between the hybrid and the regular Accord is relatively small, and the hybrid powertrain makes more power — and gets better mileage — than the Accord’s base engine. The Honda accord maintains a very good resale value.