A carry-over from 2006, the Accord Hybrid is a four-door five passenger family sedan that runs off of either gasoline or electric power to increase fuel economy while lowering emissions. It’s offered in only one trim level and features a 3.0-liter V6 engine that, in gasoline form, produces 253 horsepower. The only option is a navigation system.Read more Read less
The 2007 Accord is largely unchanged from last year, which isn't a bad thing as Honda didn't try to fix anything that wasn't broken. The Accord still offers three drivetrain choices and two body styles. A 2.4L I4 or 3.0L V6 engine is available as well as a hybrid option, which is only available as a sedan. New for 2007 is the Special Edition V6 sedan, which was formerly only available with the 2.4L engine. This package comes with 17" alloy wheels and is the cheapest way into a new V6 Accord.
Honda reliability, Hybrid available, Standard ABS
The 2007 Honda Accord makes it a viable option for those in search of a modest family sedan or a well-appointed cruiser. Accord's 2.4L engine produces more horsepower and better fuel economy than the Ford Fusion or Chevy Malibu, neither of which are slated to get a hybrid drivetrain until 2008. The Accord's V6 adds traction control and four-wheel disc ABS, keeping safety on par with performance.