Lucky you. But only 67mpg
You will look back in a few months and recoil in horror at how poor that was
Having done over 5000 miles in mine now, some friendly advice...
1. If you haven't already got one, set aside some cash for one of Peter's OBDIIC&C readers. The lean burn LED makes your quest for better economy much easier, and the other features will really help you get the most out of your Insight experience.
2. Either build or buy (Peter again) a grid charger to keep the IMA battery in tip-top health.
3. Get your tyres pumped up to the safe limit marked on the tyre wall.
4. Get some low rolling resistance tyres ASAP. I went for the Continental ContiEcoContact 5 in 165/70R14 form as they help the ride quality (taller profile) even with 50psi. The downside is taller gearing which takes some getting used to.
5. Get a 4 wheel alignment performed on a Hunter machine. The old fashioned "tracking" in either 2 or 4 wheel form is a false economy and will never give accurate alignment. Nothing worse than a car that doesn't steer straight.
6. Make yourself a radiator block to help reduce warm times outside of summer. Be sure to remove it in the summer, or at speed any time of the year. Best not to fit one of these until you have an OBDIIC&C reader as the dash temperature reading isn't much use.
7. When it is serviced, insist on genuine Honda Green Engine Oil, anything else will hit your mpg.
8. If you aren't already know as one, get used to being classed as a car bore, droning on about mpg and hyper-miling.
9. Keep researching on here, there is a vast pool of knowledge and support, so tap into it.
9. Enjoy. A lot