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2018 Accord Hybrid Hybrid CVT

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2018 Honda Accord Hybrid Hybrid CVT
2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid Titanium
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Overall Value
Base Price MSRP [1]$29,605 $31,010
Comparably Equipped Price$30,480 $32,980
ALG Residual Value % After 36 months52%45%
ALG Residual Value % After 60 months39%31%
Fuel-Economy [1a] (City)4943
Fuel-Economy [1a] (Highway)4741
Combined Fuel-Economy [1a] (City/Highway)4842
Engine & Transmission
Horsepower @ rpm[email protected][email protected]
Electric Horsepower @ rpm[email protected][email protected] Available
Fuel Capacity (gal.)15.814
NHTSA Front Passenger Crash Test4*3*
NHTSA Rollover Safety Rating5*4*
Homelink Remote SystemUniversal Garage Door Opener (Standard)Universal Garage Door Opener (Optional)
Stereo Anti-TheftStandardNot Available
Capacity & Volume
Fuel Capacity15.814
Cargo Volume (cu. ft., mfr.)13.712
Maximum Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)13.712
Curb Weight (Automatic, lbs.)34833615
Height (in.)57.558
Hiproom (Front, in.)55.455
Length (in.)194.1191.8
Cargo Volume (cu. ft., mfr.)13.712
Maximum Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)13.712
Shoulder Room (Front, in.)58.957.8
Track Width Front (in.)62.462.3
Track Width Rear (in.)62.762

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[1] MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, destination charge and options. Dealers set their own prices.

[1a] 47 city/47 highway/47 combined mpg rating for Hybrid models with E-CVT. Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

Not Available = Feature is not available as a manufacturer-installed item. It may, however, be available as a dealer-installed item.

* Residual values based on Automotive Lease Guide, 2009. Residual values calculated using 15,000 miles annually.

The contents of this report are from reliable sources, but are not warranted or guaranteed in any way. You are advised to check with each manufacturer or its representatives as the final authority on its products.

Starting with 2011 models, NHTSA has introduced tougher tests and rigorous new 5-Star Safety Ratings that provide more information about vehicle safety and crash avoidance technologies. Because of the more stringent tests, ratings for 2011 and newer vehicles should not be compared to ratings for 1990-2010 models. Overall vehicle score and frontal crash ratings should ONLY be compared to other vehicles of similar size and weight. For more information go to