Monday, September 21, 2009

Honda Insight Dash Kits

Honda Insight Dash Kits

Honda Insight photographed in USA.Image via Wikipedia

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The dashboard EcoGuide accumulates data on driving patterns, so hypermiling drivers can analyze their history to improve driving strategies. Honda even shows up to five green leaves in the display—similar to graphics in the Ford Fusion Hybrid—to reward drivers who display the most economical behavior over time.

Squeezing more out of less, the Insight’s electric motor not only moves the car away from rest after the engine has shut down, it can also power the car by itself "when driving on a flat surface at steady speed in the low 30 mph range," according to Honda.

2006-2008 Ford Fusion photographed in USA.Image via Wikipedia



Honda has worked hard to keep weight down, so the Insight—at 14 feet, 4 inches long—weighs just 2,720 pounds despite the usual complement of airbags, consumer electronics, other “comfort and convenience features”—and that heavy battery pack. Overall, Honda claims the Insight’s IMA system is 19 percent smaller and 28 percent lighter than the previous generation used in the current Honda Civic Hybrid. And minimalism can produce maximal results. The Honda Insight is rated at 40 miles per gallon on the city cycle, and 43 mpgon the highway, for a combined mileage of 41 miles per gallon.

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