The 2016 Honda Insight is a four-door sedan that seats five. Base, LX and EX: It is offered in three trim levels. The standard equipment on the basis of 2016 Honda Insight includes 15-inches steel wheels, automatic temperature control, full power accessories, driver’s seat height adjustable, Back seats 60/40 split-folding, tilt steering wheel and telescope, a trip computer and a two-speaker audio system with CD player and an auxiliary input jack.
2016 Honda Insight Features
The mid-range Honda Insight LX adds cruise control, central armrest and storage bin in front and an improved audio system with four speakers and an iPod / USB audio interface. The 2016 Honda Insight EX comes with 15-inches wheels alloy, automatic headlights, heated mirrors, a leather steering wheel, Bluetooth phone connectivity and an audio system with six speakers. The EX can be equipped also includes a touch-screen navigation system, the voice commands, a digital audio player the map and a reversing camera.
2016 Honda Insight Interior
Inside, the 2016 Honda Insight offers fairly basic rooms, especially in the basic models that are missing a single console and have only a single pair of speakers for stereo. On a positive note, the gauges and controls are well placed and intuitive. Particularly noteworthy are the graphical displays that you train on the drive is the most economical way as possible – the color of the digital speed changes depending on how you drive economical background. While the front seats are quite comfortable, the 2016 Honda Insight is the backseat short on head and legs. Interior cargo space is sufficient, but there are more in other sedans.
2016 Honda Insight Engine
The 2016 Honda Insight is a petrol engine with 1.3 liter four-cylinder powered by a hybrid system consisting of an electric motor and nickel-metal hydride battery intervention. The combined maximum power is 98 hp and 123 lb-ft of torque. Energy flow to the front wheels through a continuously variable transmission (CVT), which essentially functions as a regular automatic. An automatic start-stop system switches the petrol engine if you are stopped in traffic to save fuel.
In testing, accelerated Insight from zero to 60 mph in 10.8 seconds, the same as the Prius C, but slower than a Golf TDI. Combined fuel economy EPA-estimated 42 mpg (41 city / 44 highway).
2016 Honda Insight Safety
The Honda Insight equipped with anti-lock brakes, stability and traction control, side airbags in the front seats, side curtain airbags and active front head restraints. A rear view camera is in the EX with the optional navigation system. In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tests the Insight has enabled the best possible rating of “Good” moderate overlap frontal, side-impact and roof strength received checks. Its design seat retaining / head in the event of rear impact as “good” for neck protection.