Thursday, 21 July 2011

Honda Accord Hybrid Review

The existing Honda Accord sedan is a fine car. The Honda Accord Hybrid model offers six-cylinder Accord beating performance with four-cylinder Accord like fuel economy. Honda Accord Hybrid comes at a price premium that places it in competition with entry-luxury sedans. Honda has equipped the car for such cross shopping. After wading through glossy scribes of how technically advanced this car is, you'll be happy to know this car actually drives well. Smooth and potent power is delivered through the drivetrain almost imperceptably.

The extra torque and speed inherent to the Honda Accord Hybrid becomes readily apparent, after driving "lesser models". The Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) system smoothly delivers when needed and is nearly impossible to detect when it isn't. Variable Cylinder Management (VCM)™ technology has been borrowed from the Honda Odyssey minivan and adapted for Hybrid use. The system can shut down half the V6's cylinders in cruising mode, using the Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) system to assist in low power cruising conditions.

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