2020 Honda Insight Model Review

55/49  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
10.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
15.1  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 Honda Insight?

In 2020, the Honda Insight is mostly unchanged from the previous model year. Although it doesn't get many significant changes this year, the Honda Insight retains its title as a popular choice hybrid on the market, which shows that it doesn't need much to maintain the status quo. For the latest model year, the Insight still offers an impressive array of standard features. As you might expect from a Honda, it's also a leader in the area of safety features. This year, all trims of the Insight family are equipped with a number of helpful driver-assist safety amenities. The latest Insight also features a user-friendly infotainment screen and plenty of technology. Multiple trim levels provide plenty of options and opportunities for a custom finish with the 2020 Honda Insight.


2020 Honda Insight Interior

2020 Insight Trims & Features

This year, the Honda Insight comes in three trim levels. The lineup starts with the LX, followed by the EX and the Touring. The Insight trims vary mostly in their standard interior features and exterior appearances. All three have the same engine and mechanical configuration, which includes a combined gasoline engine and electric motor. An automatic transmission is standard on all trim levels, too. At a minimum, the base trim gets a five-inch infotainment display screen. It also comes standard with Bluetooth. The base trim also comes with a push-button start ignition system for convenience. A backup camera is standard on this trim, too. Along with these standard features, the LX is loaded with an array of safety amenities.

The EX gets even more features. On this trim, you'll find more standard features and luxury. The EX upgrades to a larger eight-inch infotainment system that gets Android Auto and Apple CarPlay in addition to Bluetooth. A split-folding rear seat is also standard. More driver-assist safety features are standard on this trim.

The Touring trim is the third and highest trim level. The Touring trim adds a sunroof, full leather upholstery, and seats that are heated and power-adjustable. The Touring also gets a navigation system included in its list of technology features. Its sound system produces richer sound quality and more volume with a total of 10 speakers. WiFi is included as a standard feature in the Touring as well.

2020 Honda Insight Horsepower

2020 Honda InsightAll three trims of the 2020 Honda Insight have the same horsepower and mechanical features. They are all powered by a 1.5L gasoline engine with four cylinders and an electric motor. Together, the engine and motor produce up to 151 HP. The engine primarily provides power to the Insight's electric motor. It also provides power to the front wheels at highway speeds. You have a choice of three driving modes with all trims of the 2020 Honda Insight. An automatic, electronically-controlled transmission is standard on all three trims.

2020 Honda Insight Safety

2020 Honda InsightEquipped with an innovative package of driver-assist aids, it's safe to say the 2020 Honda Insight is a top pick if you're looking for a safe vehicle to drive. The Insight comes standard with a number of driver-assist technologies such as lane-change alert, lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking, and more.


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