I was torn between the Prius and the Insight. What honestly made the decision for me was weighing the reputation between Toyota and Honda and more so the price difference between the 2. My Insight was about $5k less than the Prius with all the same options and less miles ~ all the reviews I read were just as good as the Prius reviews. I love my car!! It only costs about $30 to fill it up and it lasts me 420 - 470 miles per tank. It guides you on how to drive it to conserve gas. You can drive it with automatic or it also comes with a standard option to give you more of a sports car feeling. When I went to the mountains I drove it with the standard option and it had NO problem at all zipping right up the mountains. In sports mode I only get about 35-38 MPG but driving how it was made to drive I easily get 45-48 MPG.
-Amazing gas mileage
-Tons of space
-Great Honda quality
-Comprehensive display information
-Will never get any other hybrid, the affordability of this car and the fact that it's a Honda makes it my all time #1
2011 Honda InsightMarie - Las Vegas, NV12/08/2014
I work an hour away from home so it is nice to not spend my paychecks on fuel. For a little car it is very spacious especially the versatility to be able to fold down the back seats. I do not regret trading in my truck for this awesome more fitting car.
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