Hybrid cars have been around for quite some time now, but it seems as though it’s been only just recently that they’ve begun carving out a significant place in the automotive market. That means it’s the perfect time for the resurgence of the Honda Insight. But, other brands are coming out with their own hybrid models too, like Toyota with the Camry Hybrid.
We understand the difficulties that can come with deciding which model is right for you, and we’re here to help. We’ve matched up the 2019 Honda Insight vs the 2019 Toyota Camry Hybrid side-by-side. We discovered a number of things, including a significant price difference that sees the 2019 Insight Touring, the top level trim for the model, start at an MSRP of $28,190.** That’s several thousand dollars less than the Camry Hybrid’s top trim, the XLE.
2019 Honda Insight Touring
2019 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE
|51 city/45 hwy/48 combined on Touring trim with 2-speed CVT*||MPG||44 city/47 hwy/46 combined on XLE trim with 2-speed CVT|
|From $28,190**||MSRP||From $32,725|
|Available||Parking Assist System||Not available|
Despite that difference in price, the Insight manages to edge out the Camry Hybrid in a number of areas in terms of value. After all, the Insight Touring comes standard with a power moonroof (only optional on the Camry Hybrid XLE), and it’s also available with a parking assist system, which is something you won’t even find available for the Camry Hybrid. Moreover, the Insight Touring’s 51 mpg city, 45 mpg highway and 48 mpg combined only make things better.*
Hybrids have come a long way since their initial introduction into the market, but as you can see in this comparison, some have come further than others. To learn more or take a test drive, contact us at Hilton Head Honda.
*Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-package/condition, and other factors.
**MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $920.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.