I have been Driving my Honda Insight for
a year now. Bought it used at 15K, now
at 30K I
average about 55 mpg as I am a rather
driver and traffic here in the Seattle
be quite "parking lot'ish". The Insight
capable of achieving 70 mpg if you are
drive the speed limit and keep an
light foot. When talking performance
the Insight employs a number of advanced
technologies, from the
"Integrated Motor Assist" and regen
breaking, to the
aluminum chassis, and the lowest drag
of any mass production car.
2000 mile road trip on 30 gallons of
"NO, I Don't have to plug it in!"
Advanced Cruise Control System,
currently under development by various
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