Why Honda's Insight differs from other hybrid vehicles Matt Castrucci Honda in Dayton, OH showcases 2013 Honda Insight
DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The 2013 Honda Insight has something everyone can love, great fuel mpg, modern day styling, and a below $20K starting price. Perhaps some of the most desirable bottom line features in a car to date, the 2013 Honda Insight offers drivers a great option for all around value.
With EPA estimated numbers for both city and highway driving in the low 40s, drivers can feel good about taking their Insight hybrid out to run extra errands. Great MPGs and low emissions aren't the only things that make this hybrid fun to drive, sporting a nimble suspension and eager hybrid motor, the Insight brings, dare we say it? driving fun. The 2013 Honda Insight switched up the normal hybrid engine idea, instead of using an electric motor to start the car off, it keeps its gas motor working at all times, and kicks in the electric one once more power is needed. Result? Both efficient highway and city MPGs with a little more oomph than you would expect.
Also setting the 2013 Honda Insight Dayton, OH (here) apart from the other car options out there, is a very modern and cool interior dash layout. A break from the mold, brilliant blue lights illuminate the hybrid's gauge cluster and a sleek digital speedometer peaks out from the top. Entry level 2013 Honda Insight Dayton, OH offer the driver everything he/she needs and nothing they don't, which keeps price points lower. If more features are required, there is a whole family of different trims drivers can choose from.
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