More and more drivers are looking toward hybrid vehicles in their effort to be more eco-friendly – or simply to save more money at the gas pump. Hybrid cars have come a long way, and today’s hybrids offer far more than just stellar fuel efficiency (although that is undeniably a major perk).
It’s no surprise that one of the best options out there when you’re shopping for a hybrid car is made by Honda. After all, this is a brand that does everything well, from its vivacious and versatile subcompact Fit to its ever-popular Civic and Accord, its family of crossovers, and even its innovative pickup truck, the Ridgeline.
So, when you think of a well-rounded hybrid car, you might naturally assume – and correctly – that the Honda Insight is one of the best hybrid vehicles on the market.
Beyond those jaw-dropping mpg numbers, the Insight gives you ample power, great handling, and a comfortable cabin that’s decked out with all the most cutting-edge technology features that are veritable must-haves these days.
Of course, because the Insight is made by Honda, you can count on it to have the brand’s trademark quality, which spans everything from its build to its safety, its interior offerings to its long-lasting value. The Insight truly is the hybrid car that sets the bar.
If you’re looking for major savings at the fuel pump in a car that checks off all the boxes on your list of needs and desires, then the Honda Insight deserves your attention. And for New Jersey car shoppers, it’s easy to catch the Insight in action at Garden State Honda. At our Clifton dealership you’ll find a fantastic array of new Hondas including many Insight models right there on our lot waiting for your test drive. What could be better than that kind of selection? How about an amazing price to go with it? Our friendly associates are on hand to get you an incredible deal on your new Insight, via our low everyday prices and our special offers and incentives. Visit us today and let us show you what we can do for you!
This is a completely redesigned model following a years-long hiatus – the last model year for the Honda Insight was 2014. That means that you can essentially view the 2019 Insight as an all-new model, and one that deserves your rapt attention. Because it has a lot to offer!
Of course, with fuel economy ratings like the ones the Insight is capable of, it’s easy to focus on that alone – but then you’d miss all the rest of the wonderful things this hybrid car has to offer among its three trim levels – LX, EX, and Touring. Here’s a glimpse at some of the key features that are either standard or available throughout the lineup:
The Insight was a pioneer of hybrid vehicles, appearing on the market in 1997 in Tokyo, and then becoming available for sale in North America two years later. It featured a three-door hatchback body style with a lightweight aluminum structure with aerodynamic design to maximize its fuel efficiency.
In 2010, the three-door hatchback body was replaced with a five-door design, and the following years saw tweaks to its suspension, aesthetics, and interior.
Following a brief discontinuation after the 2014 model year, the 2019 Insight returned better than ever, with enhanced technology, sharp looks, and plenty of comfort amenities and safety equipment.
And, of course, that epic fuel efficiency.
Whether you’re sold on the fantastic 2019 Honda Insight or are still narrowing down your options, you can’t beat the selection, prices, and customer service you’ll find at Garden State Honda. We are conveniently located in Clifton, near Paramus and Passaic and all surrounding areas, and our sales associates and financing team are fully committed to helping you find the perfect vehicle at a price you’ll love. Check out our inventory online, and then head our way when you’re ready to test drive your top picks. We can’t wait to show you how much you can save!
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