Thirding (fourthing?) that the steering tilt adjust is hard to locate. I'm 5'11" and was frustrated for a bit with my EX during the test drive until I changed the seat height and steering wheel angle. It's fine now. I still can't get the seat to quite where I'm used to, but I wasn't willing to spend an extra $4k for the power seat on the Touring.
Originally Posted by Nobody_Important
The 2019 Insight seemed to have less power on a hill than the older Civic Hybrid with no IMA assist. Possibly there was something wrong with this new near 0 mile Insight?
What have your experiences been?
It's definitely pokey going uphill from a dead stop, even in Sport mode. Most of my driving is in relatively flat areas so it hasn't been a major concern, but if I were in a place with substantial hilly driving it might have been enough to push me towards an Accord.
So far I'm loving the car. Went from a beastly 2014 Nissan Pathfinder (19MPG highway
) to this sleek little number. Averaging 54MPG by my own calculations but the car dash is reporting 53. Haven't had any problems so far, but I do miss power seat adjustment--I'm a little bitter that Honda decided to tie that in with the highest trim, since I wasn't really interested in the other features.