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A 2005 Honda Insight hybrid car rests on a model of a gas pump at the two-day Alternative Car and Transportation Expo, on Dec. 9, 2006, in Santa Monica, Calif. More than 100 hybrid, electric, hydrogen, compressed natural gas and high MPG gasoline, ethanol and biodiesel vehicles were shown at the exposition.
A blue Honda Insight is displayed during a press conference in Japan in February 2009. This version of the Insight went on sale on Feb. 6, 2009, and ranged in price from about $21,120 to $24,700.
Under the hood of the Honda Insight you'll find a 3-cylinder engine and a brushless electric motor.
A Honda Insight is displayed during the Melbourne International Motor Show 2009. The Insight is currently the least expensive hybrid car on the market.
Visitors check out a Honda Insight at Honda's booth at the AMI 2009 International Auto Fair press day on March 27, 2009, in Leipzig, Germany.
Newly arrived 2010 Honda Insight hybrid cars are seen on the Honda of Pasadena lot on March 30, 2009, in Pasadena, Calif. The 40-mpg 2010 Insight is the first hybrid to sell in the U.S. market below $20,000.
The redesigned Insight's under-$20,000 sticker price makes it less expensive than a 2009 Prius. The Prius starts at $22,000.
The 2010 Honda Insight also features a number of energy-efficient features, such as LED brake lights and the Eco-Assist fuel conservation system.
Honda's logo adorns an Insight hybrid car during a press conference in 2009.