2020 Honda Insight

EPA-rated 55 mpg

The 2020 Honda Insight is one of America’s top-selling compact hybrids and combines best-in-class passenger space, premium interior appointments, upscale styling, and a driving experience that is designed to far exceed its hybrid competition.

2020 Honda Insight

Featuring a new Platinum White Pearl exterior color, the 2020 Honda Insight has an MSRP of $22,930 and an EPA-rated 55-mpg city fuel economy (LX, EX models).

2020 Honda Insight

2020 Honda Insight

With 151 horsepower Insight offers brisk acceleration, yet its city fuel economy rating is among the best in its class.

Available in LX, EX, and Touring trims, all Insights come standard with multi-element LED headlights, push-button start, and the Honda Sensing suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies. Insight EX adds an 8-inch Display Audio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, while Insight Touring adds leather seating surfaces, an 8-way power driver’s seat, Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System, dual-zone automatic climate control, and more.

2020 Honda Insight

2020 Honda Insight

2020 Insight Pricing* and EPA Fuel Economy Ratings listed as city/highway/combined:
*not including Destination Charges

Insight LX $22,930 $23,860 55/49/52
Insight EX $24,310 $25,240 55/49/52
Insight Touring $28,340 $29,270 51/45/48

The 2020 Honda Insight for the North American market is made exclusively at Honda’s Greensburg, Indiana auto plant, alongside Civic and CR-V, using domestic and globally-sourced parts. Its 1.5-liter Atkinson-cycle, two-motor hybrid powertrain is produced in Ohio.

2020 Honda Insight

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Founded in 1948 in Hamamatsu, Japan, Honda opened its first U.S. storefront in Los Angeles, CA, in 1959. What began as a nimble operation with eight industrious associates would quickly grow to astounding heights. For nearly four decades Honda has challenged to exceed government requirements – as the first automaker to meet the Clean Air Act standards in the 1970s, then demonstrating low-emissions vehicle technology that led the state of California to adopt new, more stringent emissions regulations.