I bought my 2000 Honda Insight in April
2001. In 2000, Honda was the first to
put hybrids on the road. My Insight has
motored 69,200 miles with a lifetime
gas consumption of 62.5 miles per
gallon (mpg). The interior is
comfortable and stylish. The unique
seat supports my double-herniated back
even on the long haul drives. The car
is fun, generating curiosity and honks
of approval. Plus, with 62.5 mpg and
that nifty tax write off of $1500, I
can feel good about the environment,
global situations, and my own finances.
It's just plain nice!
I like the rear wheel skirts and the
seats best. The dash is nice, too.
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