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2020 Honda Insight

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MSRP* $22,930 - $28,340
Invoice* $21,303 - $26,312

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City 51 - 55 MPG Hwy 45 - 49 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 4.8
Exterior 5
Interior 4.9
Comfort 4.9
Performance 4.5
Reliability 5
Best Car Ever.

by Randa from MONTGOMERY | June 19, 2020

This car has all I need. Very smooth in the street. Noise free all the time totally the car I want to have after my experience with the old car there is a big difference. Also if you want to save on gas I recommend this car. Best thing ever.

Smart car smartly designed

by saegl5 from New York, NY | June 17, 2020

Premium look inside and out, for a budget price. Love the pep/acceleration; it is surprising for a hybrid. Back support is fine, despite the lack of lumbar support. Gear shift is clever and easy to use, despite the car having no transmission. Car is often very quiet when started (Car relies on battery, only uses gasoline engine when necessary). Lots with which can tinker (e.g., Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, dash gauge, paddle shifters and adaptive cruise control). Better than a Prius in ALL areas except for the engine: it is a tad noisy. If you drive calmly, then the car is rides quietly. If you drive hastily or up hills---especially in power mode, then you'll often hear the engine moan. Not enough to "get to you," but enough that you will know.

Hi class hybrid

by Jlhillery from Lakeland | June 03, 2020

The only thing wrong is the 47 mpg. My last car was 60 mpg. However all the extra luxuries more then make up for it.

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2020 Honda Insight Overview

The 2020 Honda Insight is compact sedan that returned last year after a long absence. It features a three-mode drive system with ECON, Sport, and EV selections.

Three trims are available: LX, EX, and Touring.

It is powered by a combined 151-hp, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine and two-electric motors mated to an electronic continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive. Fuel economy for the Insight is an EPA-estimated rating of 55/49 mpg city/highway.

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