The 2010 Honda Insight is a five passenger hybrid vehicle which is first to deploy Honda’s new FCX Clarity fuel cell. The Insight hybrid automobile has an MPG rating of 43 miles per gallon and comes with the Ecological Drive Assist System (Eco Assist).
American Honda Motor Co., Inc is one of many car manufacturers looking forward to enticing hybrid buyers by offering an affordable car with better fuel economy. The 2010 Honda Insight is one of those special cars which offers up to 43 miles per gallon. The vehicle was built using the latest generation in technologies while providing drivers with spacious cabin room.
“Honda hybrids have always offered great value, high fuel efficiency and a healthy dose of fun near the middle price range in the Honda lineup,” John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda, said in a statement. “With the introduction of the all-new Insight, we’re opening up Honda’s fun-to-drive, versatile and fuel-efficient hybrid technology to an entirely new group of buyers that previously may not have considered a hybrid because of either image or cost.”
The five-door passenger vehicle is the first to deploy the new FCX Clarity fuel cell with low center gravity. It also comes with the Ecological Drive Assist System (Eco Assist) which optimizes control of the automatic transmission. The Eco Assist is also responsible for providing power and improved vehicle fuel efficiency related to its power train components.