Does the 2021 Honda Accord or the 2021 Honda Civic have better mpg?

March 30th, 2021 by

2021 Honda Accord vs 2021 Honda Civic: Fuel Economy Comparison
Here at Miller Honda in Winchester, VA, we have many different sedans available. Two of the most popular are the Honda Accord and Honda Civic. But, judging them purely by fuel economy, which is better?

Does the 2021 Honda Accord or the 2021 Honda Civic get better mpg? Let’s check the EPA estimates for both models.

2021 Honda Accord EPA-estimated MPG
The 2021 Honda Accord comes with either a 1.5T engine, a 2.0T engine, or a hybrid powertrain. We’ve listed out all the variations of the 2021 Honda Accord and 2021 Honda Accord Hybrid below.

2021 Honda Accord MPG*
LX – 30/38/33
Sport 1.5T – 29/35/32
Sport 2.0T – 22/32/26
Sport SE – 29/35/32
EX-L – 20/38/33
Touring – 22/32/26
2021 Honda Accord Hybrid MPG*
Hybrid – 48/48/48
Hybrid EX – 48/48/48
Hybrid EX-L – 48/48/48
Hybrid Touring – 44/41/43
2021 Honda Civic EPA-estimated MPG
The 2021 Honda Civic comes in two different body styles: Sedan and Hatchback. Body style, trims, and powertrains all affect MPG estimates. We’ve listed all the variations with their respective EPA estimates below.

2021 Honda Civic Sedan MPG*
LX – 30/38/33
Sport – 29/37/32
EX – 32/42/36
EX-L – 32/42/36
Touring – 30/38/33
2021 Honda Civic Hatchback MPG*
LX – 31/40/34
Sport 6MT – 29/37/32
Sport CVT – 29/35/32
EX – 31/40/34
Sport Touring 6MT – 29/37/32
Sport Touring CVT – 29/35/32
*Based on 2021 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack age/condition (hybrid trims) and other factors.

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