2011 Honda Insight Features

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While the 2011 Honda Insight starts at less than $18,950 with destination, and that includes the high-tech hybrid powertrain, it doesn't completely skimp on equipment. On the other hand, there are no high-tech options like those offered in the Prius (such as parking guidance, lane assist, a head-up display, and the like).

That $19k model of the Insight is new this year. Slotting below the Insight LX, the base Insight includes remote entry, automatic climate control, a tilt/telescopic steering wheel, power windows and locks, and a two-speaker CD sound system. The next level up the Insight ladder is the Insight LX, which adds cruise control, USB audio interface, and a center armrest storage console among other features.

Topping the 2011 Insight range is the EX, which gets all of the LX's equipment plus alloy wheels, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and audio controls, heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals. At the top of the Insight line—and there really are no other options—is a 6.5-inch navigation package with voice recognition, bundled with Bluetooth hands-free calling. Bluetooth is only offered with the nav system, and only on the EX.

A new base model of the Honda Insight adds value for 2011, but those who want cutting-edge tech features will still have to look elsewhere.

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