By David Thomas on March 10, 2009
The suspense surrounding the price of Honda’s low-cost Insight hybrid is over. The 2010 Honda Insight will start at $19,800 when it goes on sale March 24. Its mileage is rated at 40/43 mpg city/highway. That price is for the LX trim level and does not include destination charges of $670.
The LX is a base trim level, with standard features including tilt and telescoping steering wheel, CD player, and power windows. The up-level EX will start at $21,300 and adds stability control, steering wheel shift paddles, a six-speaker stereo system with USB input and heated side mirrors.
Navigation is available in the aptly named EX with Navi trim level, starting at $23,100.
Read Cars.com’s full review of the Honda Insight here.
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