There was a good reason Honda took a year off with the Accord Hybrid model. Now back from its hiatus, the all-new 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid has some updated features and improvements that are surely going to impress.
Better Fuel Efficiency
The new Accord Hybrid is exceptionally efficient and received an EPA rating of 49 mpg city and 47 mpg highway. These figures give it the best ratings in its class of mid-size hybrid sedans.
With the amazing efficiency comes improved overall performance. Inside the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, giving it an output of 212 horsepower, which is an increase from the 2015 model (which peaked at 196 horsepower).
Updated Technology and Safety
The new Accord Hybrid is compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, making it incredibly easy to stay connected while driving. There are also new safety features that come standard on the updated model, including Active Cruise Control, which generates a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you.
We are very pleased to have this hybrid vehicle back in our lineup and we look forward to seeing it continue to improve in the future. Stop by Floyd Taylor Honda for more information and to test drive the all-new 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid.
You just bought a brand new car and you want to keep it looking absolutely stunning for as long as possible. You’ve been working hard and spending hours waxing it on the weekends to make it truly glisten. But the big question of the day is: should you keep waxing your car? The answer can vary and it depends on what you want and what you’re willing to pay (in both effort and cash) in order to maintain those long-term results.
One thing to understand is that wax isn’t the only option for protecting your vehicle. We are going to dive in and describe the differences between wax and sealant in order for you to determine exactly what you should be using.
For starters, wax is a substance that doesn’t really last in terms of protection. It deteriorates at a quick pace, especially when subject to certain elements, including the sun. With that being said, you should expect to reapply wax every two weeks or so in order to fully protect your vehicle’s paint job. On the other hand, the major benefit of wax is that it will deepen the color of the paint on the vehicle, so if you managed to shell out the extra cash for high quality paint, then keep on waxing.
If you have a standard paint job on your vehicle, then you’ll want to consider switching to a sealant instead of wax. Sealant is a substance that is easy to use and lasts considerably longer than wax (up to six months, depending on environmental factors). It’s also easier to use compared to the tedious process of waxing.
Overall, what you decide to use to protect your vehicle depends on your end goal. If you have the time and money to wax your vehicle every two weeks, then go for it. If you prefer a more practical approach, then switch to sealant. The choice is up to you.