2017 Honda Accord Sedan vs Coupe vs Hybrid
Eventually, it’s going to be extremely difficult to decide which kind of Honda Civic you want. With 3 more models coming to the lineup within the next couple of years, there will eventually be at least 5 total models to choose from, and tons of trim levels inside each. While not quite at the level the Civic will be when the tenth generation finished being introduced, the 2017 Honda Accord has similar issues. How can you choose between the Sedan vs Coupe vs Hybrid?
Obviously each one has its advantages. While all three models are sportier than ever before, the little 2-door coupe is the best model for performance-oriented drivers. The Sedan, on the other hand, is a bit bigger. It has more room for people and luggage alike, making it the best option for family drivers. Lastly, the Hybrid is geared towards any driver looking for the best efficiency possible. That’s not to say the other models are inefficient, but the Accord Hybrid is without a doubt the most efficient of the three.
The table below will give you an even better idea of the differences between the three models, as we analyze things like efficiency, power and space. The Sedan and Coupe models offer the same fuel efficiency, so we thought we’d depict the difference between transmissions in the table as well. The Sedan shows the 6-speed manual, while the Coupe depicts the continuously variable transmission.
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