The 4 cylinder stick shift version of the Accord makes much more sense
than the V-6 automatic hybrid. Very few people are getting real world
fuel economy on their hybrids which matches the EPA fuel economy
ratings. When Consumer Reports tested the V-6 hybrid automatic version
they got 25 mpg overall in their city/highway mix. The same test of the
4 cylinder automatic got 24 mpg. The didn't test a 4 cylinder stick,
but typically stick shifts do a little better than automatics.
If you want an Accord, save yourself a pile of money by buying a well
equipped 4 cylinder stick shift version. Yes it will not be able to run
the drag strip as fast as the V-6 hybrid version, but it will have
plenty of power for any normal North American usage. You will also be
getting a car built with well proven technology and not with battery
packs which are going to eventually wear down and cost big $$$$ to replace.