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.
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…