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2020 Honda Insight

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2020 Honda Insight LX E-CVT
2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE
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2020 Honda Insight LX E-CVT2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE
Overall Value
Base Price MSRP [1]$22,930$28,000
Comparably Equipped Price$23,885$28,995
Destination Charge$955$995
ALG Residual Value % After 36 months51%42%
ALG Residual Value % After 60 months30%27%
Fuel-Economy [1a] (City)5543
Fuel-Economy [1a] (Highway)4941
Combined Fuel-Economy [1a] (City/Highway)5242
Braking & Suspension
Turning Diameter35.737.6
Homelink Remote SystemUniversal Garage Door Opener (Optional)Not Available
Stereo Anti-TheftStandardNot Available
Heated Exterior MirrorsStandardNot Available
Fog LightsOptionalNot Available
Capacity & Volume
Cargo Volume (cu. ft., mfr.)15.112.0
Maximum Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)15.112.0
Curb Weight (Automatic, lbs.)29873695
Headroom (Front, in.)39.339.2
Height (in.)55.658.0
Cargo Volume (cu. ft., mfr.)15.112.0
Maximum Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)15.112.0

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2020 Honda Insight — Awards & Accolades

The 2020 Honda Insight is an IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus.

[1] MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, destination charge and options. Dealers set their own prices.

[1a] 55 city/49 highway/52 combined mpg rating for LX and EX trims. 51 city/45 highway/48 combined mpg rating for the Touring trim. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.

Not Available = Feature is not available as a manufacturer-installed item. It may, however, be available as a dealer-installed item.

* Residual values based on Automotive Lease Guide, 2009. Residual values calculated using 15,000 miles annually.

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