Review: The 2019 Honda Insight is a normal sedan at 55 mpg

Honda has redesigned and re-released the Insight for the 2019 model year. The vehicle is now a sedan rather than a hatchback, and is a far more “normal car” than it was before; a mark in its favor. The new Insight is unassuming, nice to look at, and very drivable – all at 55 mpg.

The 2019 Insight is, to all onlookers, a regular sedan that fits in between the smaller Civic and the larger Accord in both size and design. It has a sleek look that matches those sedans, and the similarities don’t end there. Inside, the new Insight is similar to the Accord in layout and design, with just a few key differences to account for the hybrid powertrain. On the road, the Insight is also similar to its stablemates in drive quality and appeal, offering a good everyday drive … especially compared to the previous-gen offering and its chief rival, the Toyota Prius.

Read the review at NewAtlas.