2012 Honda Insight: The Gas Mileage Champ with a Reasonable Price Tag

October 10th, 2012 by

Honda made sure 2012 is going to be a good year for the Honda Insight hybrid hatchback as they have added numerous great features that are all for the benefit of consumers.  While there may be new features, the 2012 Honda Insight retains its crown of being a gas mileage champ with its fuel economy ratings of whopping 41/44 mpg city/highway. Honda may be remaining discreet about promoting the 2012 Honda Insight but the vehicle’s amazing features cannot remain discreet for so long.  Consumers love the fact that this vehicle is more reasonably priced than most hybrid cars in the automotive market today. The Insight’s new refreshed look consists of a new pair of headlights and taillights and a cool backlit blue bar across the grille.  With these new features, reviewers cannot help but compare this to the Toyota Prius.  But what made the 2012 Honda Insight standout against comparisons are the very spacious interior with more than enough legroom and headroom despite its compact size along with the Eco-Assist feature.

The amazing Eco-Assist feature simply helps drivers drive even smarter and more efficiently.  This feature just shows that Honda is truly concerned with consumer savings, as well as, the environment safety.

The five-door profile of the 2012 Honda Insight has been getting raves in the automotive industry.  Imagine having a capacity of 31 cubic feet right at your own hybrid vehicle.  It is definitely amazing and critics are aware and consumers love it.

Consumers are commending Honda for this great vehicle that has the capacity to give excellent handling along with great fuel economy.  Some consumers have even reported getting a higher mpg than as reported.

The many happy and satisfied consumers who have bought and now own the 2012 Honda Insight only goes to show that this vehicle is indeed reliable in all the ways you can imagine.

*Based on 2013 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.