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2021 Honda Insight Arrives at Dealerships from March 24

Нonda has updated the Insight for 2021. Blind Spot and Cross-Traffic Monitor are now available.

The first cars begin arriving at U.S. dealerships from tomorrow. The Honda Insight has the best-in-class passenger space and excellent fuel efficiency up to 55 mpg EPA-rated.

The Insight’s hybrid powertrain comprises a 1.5-liter Atkinson-cycle, two-motor system, an intelligent power unit (IPU) and a hybrid battery pack.

It is the only compact hybrid sedan with a Top Safety Pick+ rating. Moreover, the car has earned a top-five green score from the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

The LX, EX, and Touring trims are available for the 2021 model. The new functions Honda adds are the Blind Spot and Rear Cross Traffic Monitor.

The standard features include multi-element LED headlights, a push-button start, the Honda Sensing driver assist and safety kit, an 8-inch Display Audio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.

The manufacturer’s suggested retal prices (incl. $955 Destination Charge) for the 2021 Honda Insight are as follows:

  • LX $23,885
  • EX $25,765
  • Touring $29,795

The automaker produces the 2021 Honda Insight for North America exclusively at its Greensburg plant (Indiana), alongside the Honda Civic and CR-V.

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