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2011 Honda Accord Sedan - Fuel Economy / MPG

 
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Four-cylinder models of the 2011 Honda Accord, although no longer the class leaders, are still among the greenest choices.
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23 mpg city, 34 highway (automatic, four-cylinder sedan); 23/33 (manual, 4-cyl sedan); 20/30 (automatic, V-6 sedan); 23/32 (manual, 4-cyl coupe), 22/33 (automatic, 4-cyl coupe), 17/26 (manual, V-6 coupe), 19/29 (automatic, V-6 coupe)
U.S. EPA

Four-cylinder SE test car with automatic transmission got 25.8 mpg (3.88 gallons per 100 miles) in vigorous suburban flogging.
USA Today

achieved 29.2 in varied driving including one of those what-am-I-doing-here? Boston commuter traffic jams
Boston Globe



In all of its trim variations—even V-6 models—the 2011 Honda Accord is a very green choice among mid-size sedans. Considering its large-car interior space, it's very good on gas.

Although the Accord has been the mileage champ in its base form for many years—and even though thanks to some minor engine and transmission tweaks mileage is up significantly this year—the 2011 Hyundai Sonata and Kia Optima still rate considerably above the with fuel economy ratings of 24 mpg city, 35 highway.

Conclusion

Four-cylinder models of the 2011 Honda Accord, although no longer the class leaders, are still among the greenest choices.

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