I doubt it. I just don't see the point of a battery charging itself up and then discharging itself when the car is at a steady state constant speed.Bigger battery may make it work better?
Nope.Apparently the 2012 Civic hybrid was the first to use this system, and has been refined in the 2017 Accord.
Did you check the oil? I did! I thought my illustrious steeler was the only one that consistently overfilled oil. Looks like I was WRONG concerning that to the tune of 1/2 to a full qt over.Nope.
I drove one of these new Accord hybrids at Insightfest courtesy of Honda of America. Great ride! The hybrid system is very smooth. And possibly great gas mileage, but I was too busy testing the pickup and handling to go any better than 44 mpgs!
On what do you base that? The laws of thermodynamics aren't going to rewrite themselves. ICE's aren't going to get much more efficient.I have to say, well I don't have to but I will anyways, I'm not impressed.
15 years of hybrid and honda is still at 50 mpg. That is half of where it should be today.
What is wrong with this picture?
Also what is the sticker?
Is that saying anything else?