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230,000 miles and still going strong
by Insight owner from Temecula, Ca | January 14, 2011
We own a 2000 insight and have over 230,000 miles on it. We do our 7500 mile services and the only thing we have had to do so far on this car are brakes and tires. Engine, Battery, Tranny etc..all still going strong. The down side is no power at all. Great car for around town, but personally I do like to be able to go at least 75 mph up hills on the freeway and this little car just doesn't have the power, but it has been the most inexpensive car we have owned and totally dependable.