Introducing the All-New 2019 Honda Insight Hybrid

September 25 2018, Honda Queensway

Introducing the All-New 2019 Honda Insight Hybrid

The 2019 Honda Insight Hybrid has many upgrades and enhancements that will help to make a distinct change in the way people view eco-friendly vehicles. This is the third time that the Insight has made its debut as an all-new hybrid vehicle. And, with the 2019 Honda Insight Hybrid, the third time is definitely a charm. There are many innovative and exciting new features that car buyers are sure to love.

High-End Entertainment Value

When Honda designed this third-generation hybrid, they made sure to include modern entertainment and convenient features to all trim levels. Every 2019 Insight Hybrid comes standard with Bluetooth Streaming audio and is also Pandora compatible. HandsFree Link is also available on all trim levels. For the EX and Touring models, the Insight comes equipped with an 8-inch touchscreen that will allow drivers to access the HD Radio, SiriusXM Radio, and connect to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Breathtaking Interior

The new hybrid sedan features a spacious interior that offers the best in class in rear legroom and is capable of comfortably seating up to five people. The base model comes with soft and comfortable cloth-wrapped seats, with the option to upgrade to leather seats. Heated and leather seats do come standard on the Touring, however, as well as dual climate control features,rain-sensing wipers, power moonroof, and power-adjusted front seats.

World-Class Safety Features

Every trim level on the 2019 Honda Insight comes equipped with Honda's state-of-the-art safety system, Honda Sensing, which includes Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Low-Speed Follow, Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR), and Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS).

Impressive Technology

The 2019 Honda Insight Hybrid comes with an impressive array of technological features such as heated mirrors, push-button start, USB ports, a 12-volt power outlet, and the available Honda Lane Watch that allows drivers to have a better view of the outside surroundings thanks to a strategically placed camera on the outside of the car. Another innovative design that is available this year is the remote engine start that allows drivers to start their car from up to 100 feet away with just a touch of the key fob.

Outstanding Performance

The new Insight has received a more advanced Powertrain this year. The insight features two efficient motors, a 1.5-litre Atkinson cycle engine and an electric propulsion motor that will run off of a lithium-ion battery pack. The impressive two-motor system is able to send power to both the wheels and the battery to deliver precise performance. It also comes with an impressive fuel economy getting an estimated 4.6 l/100km in the city and 5.3 l/100km on the highway.

2019 Honda Insight in Toronto

The 2019 Insight Hybrid by Honda is sure to be an impressive and powerful vehicle that everyone will take notice of. If you have any questions about Honda's newest hybrid model, then feel free to come by or contact us today, and let our experienced staff show you the wonderful features that Honda has to offer.

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