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  • 2022 Honda Insight Overview

    Neil Cumins
    Automotive Editor - August 5, 2021

    What's New

    Honda’s long-serving Insight hybrid-electric sedan is unchanged for the 2022 model year, though the base LX trim has been dropped. That brings the range down to two models, with a single powertrain and no packages available.

    Choosing Your Honda Insight

    The Insight range starts with EX trim, costing $26,205 including destination. Alternatively, Touring pushes the price up to $30,235.

    Engine Choices

    The Insight combines an AC electric motor with a 1.5-liter 16-valve gas engine, collectively generating 151 horsepower and 197 pound-feet of torque.

    This is driven through a continuously variable transmission, returning an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 55 miles per gallon city, 49 mpg highway, and 52 combined in EX models. Extra equipment and larger wheels mean Touring economy drops by 4 MPG, returning 51/45/48 respectively.

    Engine TypeHorsepowerTorqueFuel Economy (City/Highway/Combined)
    1.5 liter hybrid151 hp197 lb-ft55/49/52 MPG (EX)
    1.5 liter hybrid151 hp197 lb-ft51/45/48 MPG (Touring)

    Passenger and Cargo Capacity

    Cargo capacity for the five-seater Insight stands at 15.1 cu ft in EX models, and 14.7 cu ft in Touring mode.

    Safety Features

    It’s pleasing to note both Insight models have identical safety rosters, so safety-conscious buyers don’t have to fork out more for features like hill start assist or blind spot monitoring.

    The cabin has six airbags, while drivers benefit from a series of warning and monitoring systems. These include adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow, traffic sign recognition, lane keeping and departure warning systems, collision warning and mitigation braking.


    Standard connectivity is impressive, with a 180-watt audio system supporting Pandora, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

    An HD radio and SiriusXM are also present, controlled through an eight-inch touchscreen with physical buttons for primary controls. You’ll need to invest in Touring trim to get navigation, WiFi hotspot capability or a beefier ten-speaker stereo with a subwoofer.

    Insight EX – From $26,205

    With active noise cancellation and remote engine start on its spec sheet, every Insight receives automatic LED lights, heated power side mirrors and walk-away auto-locking with a remote trunk release. Climate control regulates a cabin featuring ambient console lighting, push-button start and an eight-speaker audio system.

    There are no packages on Insight models.

    Insight Touring – From $30,235

    Touring receives a superior infotainment system, including voice-controlled navigation and a 450-watt ten-speaker audio system with subwoofer.

    Dual-zone climate cools a cabin featuring a leather-wrapped steering wheel and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The seats are leather-trimmed and heated in the front with power adjustment for the driver and passenger, and there’s a one-touch tilt-and-slide power moonroof.

    Compare Insight Trims Side-By-Side

    CarsDirect Tip

    If your budget will stretch, the Touring’s cabin is a more luxurious place to spend time. However, the EX offers the same level of safety features and accommodation with better fuel economy for $4,000 less, making it our pick.

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