The highlight in the equipment of the 2021 Honda Insight will be the new assistants in the Hybrid package - the Blindspot information with Cross-Traffic Monitor. This extra will be included as standard features on EX and Touring trims, for all the rest, the functionality will be offered as an option. One more surprise for the customers - Honda Sensing system will now be included in the standard equipment for all trims. The new 2021 Honda Insight comes with amazing fuel economy too. The city rating is calculated to 4.3l/100km.
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The first deliveries of the model are expected to start in the next few days. The beautiful sedan adds one more colour to its exterior palette - Radiant Red Metallic. The exterior of the car implements a multi-element LED headlights in the standard equipment for LX, EX and Touring trims. The interior of the car will offer best-in-class roominess. The upscale cabin refinements ensure the comfortable ride for all the occupants. The Honda Sensing system provides a safe driving experience in all trim levels of the model. New for 2021 Insight EX is the Rear Cross-Traffic Monitor and the Blind Spot Information, while the Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and 80inch Display Audio remain part of the equipment in the trim. Touring level offers leather seating upholstery, an 8-way adjustable driver's seat, Honda Stellite-Linked Navigation System, dual-zone air conditioner and more extras providing extraordinary feeling on the road.
The compact sedan offers also refined driving experience and better fuel consumption. As per EPA calculations, the city fuel economy should be up to 4.3l/100km. For the North American market, the new vehicle is produced exclusively at Honda's Greensburg, Indiana, auto plant, using domestic and globally-souced parts. The Hybrid powertrain is combining a 1,5-litre Atkinson-cycle, dual-motor system and intelligent power unit (IPU) containing battery package. The innovative power unit is produced in Ohio, USA.
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Implementing the Honda Sensing technology as a piece of standard equipment in 2021 Insight, the manufacturer aims more safety for the driver and passengers. The company expects to earn a Top Safety Pick+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for 2020. Also, the 2021 Insight already has a top score from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), beating out a lot of plug-in and battery electric automobiles.
The American customers will have the chance to test the new 2021 Honda Insight in a few days and to be convinced of its benefits very soon.
Author: Danny Stoyanova