Does what it was made for: great gas mileage (40 around town-47 highway at 75mph) Bought it at 32,000, in a little over a year it has 62,000...no issues whatsoever. Not extremely fast, not a race car, just good, solid transportation at minimal cost. Have driven from Atlanta to Key West, and Atlanta to Dallas, once a month to Charlotte, comfortable, can match every highway speed...Only complaint is the bothersome noise from the CVT transmission at aceleration...oh well, it ain't perfect!
My apr is too high but I love my car!!!
2011 Honda InsightAshley C - Hawthorne, CA11/09/2015
It's has plenty of room, I love the easy access that a hatchback provides to.
It's an efficient car and, with the hathback and laying down the seats, can carry a lot of stuff. The Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) System takes a little getting used to, but is kinda neat. It's comfortable for a small person and probably feasible for a mid-sized person; I would not recommend it to a tall person, though; there simply isn't enough leg room.
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