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HONDA INSIGHT   1.3Benzin 95Manual  2009-2017
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HONDA INSIGHT   1.0 (68 Hp)Benzin 95Manual68180121999-2006
HONDA INSIGHT   1.0 i 12V (76 Hp)Benzin 95Manual7617714.21999-2006
HONDA INSIGHT   1.0 AT (68 Hp)Benzin 95Variator68180121999-2006


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6 Years ago
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First Test: 2011 Kia Optima Hybrid
The big fallacy regarding Korean cars goes something like this: Korean vehicles are cheaply priced and built. Kia is a Korean automaker. Therefore, all Kias are attractively priced but questionably constructed. As the company's first dedicated ecocar, the 2011 Optima Hybrid is yet another stab at debunking that fallacy.

Starting from $27,250 (including a $750 destination and handling fee), the Optima Hybrid is one of the most expensive Kias you can get today. Comfortably equipped from the get-go, our tester arrived with the optional $5000 Hybrid Premium Technology Package, bringing the cost to $32,250 and adding features like a panoramic sunroof, 17-inch alloy wheels, HID headlights, and an...

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7 Years ago
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Verdict: 2010 Honda Insight EX
In the original story introducing the Honda Insight to our long-term fleet, I had a bit of fun recounting that, when I first encountered the Clear Sky Blue hybrid, my knee-jerk response was "Ack, ack!" I couldn't think of a better way to greet this otherworldly automotive invader than in the mono-word language of Tim Burton's alien invaders from his classic "Mars Attacks!" (What? It's not a classic?)

But after 12 months and 19,591 miles living with Insight serial number JHMZE2H7XAS000078, the toughest questions we have aren't the usual worn sneakers about reliability and cost of ownership and so on. Strangely enough, it's its alienness. What started as a bit of fun has become the most serious...

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7 Years ago
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Long Term Update 6: 2010 Honda Insight
"After a quick dash to San Diego, I can't say I'd want to travel a much longer distance in the Insight," logs art director Mike Royer. " The engine works so hard that you feel tense and worn out after reaching your destination. I also don't like the poor visibility through the back hatch nor the loud interior noise."

Associate Web editor Kirill Ougarov, however, does have some positive things to say about Honda's hybrid. "Thanks to its small size, it's easy to park. There's plenty of space for groceries, though you wouldn't want to put a full Costco load in there because the car will be overwhelmed by the weight. I also like the responsive feel and behavior of the steering; in paddle-shift...

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7 Years ago
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Long Term Update 5: 2010 Honda Insight
Thus far in its tenure at Motor Trend, the Insight has garnered more unfavorable than favorable comments. From the meager power and loud road noise to the challenged A/C and lack of a fully electric drive mode, Honda's Prius lookalike has struggled to endear us. Executive editor Edward Loh, however, spent a week with the Insight and came away with some positive, um, insight.

"I found the Insight to be a perfectly fine weekday commuter car for my 45-mile (one way), mostly freeway commute to my lady friend's house. On city streets, the Insight is light and easy to maneuver. It's not fast, but you're never struggling to cut into that line for the 405 south. At the end of the on-ramp, it merges...

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8 Years ago
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Long Term Update 4: 2010 Honda Insight
With nearly 16,000 miles on the clock, the Insight has been an infrequent visitor to gas station and service shop, delivering 38.3 mpg and a maintenance bill of $85.33. That said, not all our editors have enjoyed the frugal ride. "The joy of driving is absent here," states editor-at-large Arthur St. Antoine.

"This is the first Honda I've driven that feels unpolished. The hybrid powertrain switches off and on at stoplights with an unpleasant throb that's thoroughly unbecoming Honda's usual high standards for finesse. The engine revs coarsely. On the highway, the Insight hunts in its lane and rides over road imperfections like a manhole cover. The structure sounds tinny -- both via the amount...

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