Buyers can choose between three trim levels in LX, EX and Touring, with entry-level LX being the cheapest one to purchase. The EX and Touring are priced from $24,810 and $28,840, respectively.
All models come standard with multi-element LED headlights, push-button start technology, plus the Honda Sensing suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive features. Aside from Blind Spot and the Rear Cross Traffic Monitor, owners also benefit from an 8-inch Display Audio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (standard).
Insight Touring variants add leather seats, an 8-way power driver’s seat, Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System, dual-zone automatic climate control and more.
Powering the Insight is a 1.5-liter Atkison-cycle two-motor hybrid powertrain, producing 151 HP, while offering an EPA-rated 55 mpg (4.28 l/100 km) city fuel economy figure in LX and EX trim; the Touring only manages 51 mpg (4.61 l/100 km).
Honda assembles the Insight for the North American market at their Greensburg, Indiana plant, alongside the Civic and CR-V crossover. The powertrain meanwhile (including the hybrid battery pack) is produced in Ohio.