Honda has just announced that the starting price for a new 2010 Insight hybrid will be $19,800 - making it the lowest-priced hybrid for sale in the U.S. The Insight is set to go on sale March 24th.
The $19,800 price is for the LX model, which includes front, front-side and side-curtain airbags; an anti-lock braking system; climate control, a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT); Eco Assist; tilt and telescopic steering; manual driver's seat height adjustment; power windows; a four-speaker AM/FM audio system with a CD player and auxiliary audio input for external digital music players.
For $21,300, Honda will sell the EX model, which includes all the features of the LX as well as alloy wheels; stability control; cruise control; steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters; an upgraded audio system with six speakers; a USB audio interface; a center console with armrest and storage compartment and heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals. A navigation system will be optional.
More: Honda to Sell Insight for Less Than $20,000 on AutoGuide.com