2010 Honda InsightAri Adams - Fort Myers, FL03/30/2017
The car is very cheap to run. it has been reliable and a good used value for people on a budget It is practical, enough room up front and practical. Not a car that everyone has. Youthful, great turning radius. Smoother ride than you expect in a smooth road. However this car has atypical depreciation not sure why, and the driver's seat after an hour of driving gets me in a bad mood. Very low padding in the bum, and weird nonadjustable lumbar support that may make me trade it in at a loss.
I'd had my heart set on a Prius, but the Insight edged in instead. It's a little zippier on the road than the Prius, even though the estimated mileage isn't as good. I haven't been able to log the estimated 40/45 MPG -- never getting above 38 -- but I've been running the A/C. For a small car, it has a lot of cargo room with the back seats down. I can load my mother's wheelchair with ease through the hatchback. All in all, I'm very happy with the Insight.
2010 Honda Insightlmva1379 - locust grove ga11/21/2012
Love my little honda, great gas mileage handles like a dream. Perfect car for me
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