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Prius Killer? - 2010 Honda Insight

Senior Editor Edward Loh heads out to Arizona to take a first look at Honda's all-new hybrid, the 2010 Insight.


 


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65+ MPG! - 2010 Honda Insight
Senior Editor Edward Loh finds out just how fuel-efficient and fun to drive Honda's all-new 2010 Insight is.





Hybrid Wars! - Toyota Prius Vs Honda Insight - Part 2
We hit the streets and the test track with the all-new Toyota Prius and the Honda Insight to figure out which hybrid reigns supreme. Part 2 of 2





Ford C-Max vs Toyota Prius V! - Head 2 Head Episode 20
On this episode of Head 2 Head, it's the battle of the hybrids as Jonny Lieberman pits the 2012 Toyota Prius V against Ford's 2013 C-MAX Hybrid SEL. There is a lot going on with these cars so to help break down the technical information, so Jonny also talks with Motor Trend's hybrid guru Kim Reynolds about the Ford / Toyota rivalry & the controversy surrounding their hybrid technologies. Head 2 Head appears every other Wednesday on the new Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com





Camaro is King! Mustang vs Challenger vs Camaro
We pit the much-anticipated Chevy Camaro SS against its strongest competition: the Ford Mustang GT and the Dodge Challenger R/T. Join as we head to the hills east of San Diego to find out which one we liked best. Shot By: Jim Gleason & Mike Suggett Edited By: Jim Gleason & Mike Suggett UPDATE: Since the question of price seems to be coming up a lot in the comments, here are the confirmed prices for all 3 cars (base price / as tested)... Camaro SS: $30,995 / $31,490 Challenger R/T: $30,945 / $38,270 Mustang GT: $28,845 / $34,330





Cheapest Hybrid on the Market - 2013 Honda Insight EX Test Drive & Hybrid Car Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/honda/insight/2013/?id=32972 When most people say Hybrid Car the Toyota Prius comes to mind. But it was actually the Honda Insight that was the first hybrid to go on sale here in the U.S. Back in 2000, the Honda Insight was a 2-seater that averaged more than 60 MPG on the highway. Today's Insight as you can see is a bit larger and can accommodate 4 passengers. The 2013 Honda Insight comes in 3 different trims: base, LX, and EX with prices ranging from $18,600 - $23,790. When you look at the 2013 Honda Insight with its rakish roofline and two-piece glass hatch, you might think Honda has copied the wedge design seen in the Toyota Prius. Well Honda was actually first to use this design with the first generation Insight. This EX test car comes equipped with 15-inch aluminum wheels wrapped in low rolling resistance tires. All Insight's come with blue tinted LED tail lights and the same tint on the front headlamps. The 2013 Honda Insight is a gas-electric hybrid which means it has a regular gas powered 4-cylinder engine, and electric assist motor, and a nickel-metal hydride battery pack that gets recharged via the regenerative braking system. What is a bit different about the Insight is that it is considered a mild-hybrid meaning the electric motor only assists the gasoline engine. The car does not have the ability to run on electricity alone which the Prius can do up to a certain point. The power output of the gas engine and electric motor combined is 98 horsepower and 123 ft-lb of torque. The Insight Hybrid is rated at 41 MPG in the city and 44 MPG on the highway. The hatchback design allows for a lot of storage and cargo space at 15.9 cubic feet with the rear seat up and 31.5 cubic feet with the seats folded down. The seats are comfortable as they sit tall and are firm. The gauge layout on the Insight is unique with the speedo integrated in a separate area above the tach. So who would be a good candidate to purchase an Insight hybrid? Well if you are willing to give up some ride comfort and power in exchange for fuel efficiency at a low price then the 2013 Honda Insight may be the hybrid for you. See More Car Videos http://www.autobytel.com/car-videos/?id=32972 Join Our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/autobytel





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Prius MAX MPG Secrets
Complete tutorial on how to drive the third generation Prius for MAX MPG. Also pertains to other Prius year models.





2010 Toyota Prius Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/toyota/prius/2010-toyota-prius/ Back in 1997 when the Toyota Prius first went on sale in Japan, it earned the distinction of being the first mass-produced gasoline electric hybrid vehicle ever sold. Now in its third-generation the Toyota Prius carries on as a highly-efficient icon of the environmental movement. The distinct look, practical hatchback design and five-passenger cabin of the Toyota Prius remain for the third generation but are accompanied by a number of notable improvements. Enhanced aerodynamics, faster acceleration, improved fuel economy and new technologies combine to make this the best Prius yet. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.





Toyota Prius vs Honda Insight - Drag race
http://www.imotormag.co.uk Toyota Prius vs Honda Insight driven - iMOTOR





Car Review of New Toyota Prius Hybrid
The Toyota Prius hybrid electric car is the top selling green car in the U.S.. But is this hybrid really green, or just a guilt free yippie mobile? Embarking on a hybrid car adventure, WebRidesTV host Jeremy Lusk reviews the Toyota Prius during a 320-mile West Coast road trip from the smoggy British Petroleum Oil Refineries in Carson, California to the majestic mountain cliffs of Big Sur. For more hybrid, electric and fuel efficient vehicle profiles, visit the new WebRidesTV Green Channel to view more green automotive coverage. Access the Green Channel here: http://www.webridestv.com/green-hybrid-cars.html





MotorWeek Road Test: 2010 Toyota Prius
MotorWeek Road Test: 2010 Toyota Prius





Honda Insight Takes on Toyota Prius - Who Wins?
SEE IF INSIGHT CAN BEAT PRIUS: http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/Drives/Comparos/articleId=139686?tid=e dmunds.il.home.photopanel..3.* More Articles: http://www.insideline.com Car Prices & Info: http://www.edmunds.com Twitter Feed: http://twitter.com Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/ins... Hi-Res Videos: http://www.hulu.com/edmunds-in side-line





Toyota Prius vs Honda Insight, Lamborghini Dealership Down...
Toyota fights back against the Honda Insight, famed Lamborghini of Orange County goes under, Lexus will be racing the LF-A Racecar at the 24 Hours of Nurburgring, and a new video is teased from Jaguar regarding the future XJ. Hosted by Derek DeAngelis.





2010 Honda Insight - His & Her Test Drives
2010 Honda Insight - His & Her Test Drives - Driving.ca





Honda Insight Video Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/honda/insight/2010-honda-insight/ 2010 Honda Insight. Hybrid vehicles are riding a wave of enthusiasm but many potential buyers have found them to be inaccessibly priced. Enter the Honda Insight, a four-door hatchback that offers hybrid technology and fuel economy at an approachable price.




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