2017 Toyota Prius vs. 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid in San Antonio

So you made the decision to buy a hybrid, but can’t decide which model is right for you? Fiesta Honda is here to compare two of the most popular hybrids available – the 2017 Toyota Prius and the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid in San Antonio.

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid 2017 Toyota Prius
 

The Accord Hybrid’s standard 2.0 DOHC 4 cyl. engine produces 91 more horsepower

 

The Prius’ 1.8 DOHC 4cyl engine produces significantly less horsepower
 

Zero to 60 MPH in 7.2 seconds

 

Zero to 60 MPH in 10.5 seconds
 

The Accord Hybrid has 4.5 gallons more fuel capacity for longer range between fill-ups

 

The Prius has a significantly smaller fuel capacity
 

For better stopping power, the Accord Hybrid has 11.5 inch front and 11.1 inch rear rotors

 

The Prius has smaller brake rotors at 10-inch front and 10.2 inch rear rotors.
 

For better handling the Accord Hybrid offers a lower 50 series profile tire

 

The Prius only offers 65 series tires
 

The interior of the Accord Hybrid has 10.1 cubic feet more passenger volume

 

The Prius has significantly less passenger volume
 

Enjoy 3.6 inches more front shoulder room, and 5.1 inches more rear legroom

 

The Prius only offers smaller shoulder and legroom
 

Standard remote vehicle starting system

 

Remote vehicle starting system not available
 

Dual zone air conditioning available

 

Dual zone air conditioning not offered

When compared side by side, it is a no brainer that the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid in San Antonio is the top choice. Drivers and passengers can enjoy a longer time between fill-ups, more room, and a smoother ride. Stop by Fiesta Honda today to test-drive a brand new Honda Accord Hybrid!

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