It might be a tiny little thing, but the 2010 Honda Insight's 1.3 liter four cylinder with an integrated 10 kW motor/generator is a big part of why the Insight is both efficient and relatively cheap. It does have some fancy tech though, with i-DSI or intelligent Dual & Sequential Ignition, as evidenced by each…
With a starting price of $19,800, the new Honda Insight practically sells itself, but in case people in the hybrid market were on the fence, Honda used its Insights for this clever matrix-animated ad.
The all-new 2010 Honda Insight is now the cheapest new hybrid in the US, with a starting price of $19,800 before $670 destination, license, registration and smug tax.
This just in from the JDM, full details of the 2010 Mugen Zero-Lift Honda Insight with all of the aero bits said to help create zero lift. We'll let you form your own opinion.
The 2010 Honda Insight goes on sale tomorrow at a cost of ¥1,890,000 (approximately $21,000)... in Japan.
Intrepid reader Roger has captured what we believe to be the first shots of the 2010 Honda Insight in a ski resort town.
Like the green credentials and low price of the Honda Insight, but wish it had more fake chrome and add-on LCD screens? Well, if you’re from a shower-averse European nation, you’re in luck.
The 2010 Honda Insight looks like a cynical attempt to copy the Toyota Prius. It's not. Actually, the Insight is a very cynical and clever attempt to give Americans exactly what they want.
Official press photos of the new European market Honda Insight made their way onto the web today a wee bit earlier than Honda wanted. But, all that means is we've got a full gallery below.
The 2010 Honda Insight has been revealed in production form today with only a few differences like normal tires and the front fascia losing some of the high-cost chrome the Insight was sporting in concept mode. Honda's new Prius-killer is expected to retail for around $18,500, massively undercutting the $22,000 Toyota…