The 2019 Honda Insight has been named the 2019 Green Car of the Year by Green Car Journal, the fourth time Honda has won the award. The all-new, made-in-Indiana Insight was recognized for its fuel economy, which doesn’t come at the expense of style or performance.
“Today’s driver wants more from a hybrid than just great fuel economy. Insight truly represents the direction Honda is pursuing with electrified vehicles, delivering style and sophisticated driving dynamics with outstanding fuel economy,” said Ray Mikiciuk, assistant vice president of Honda Auto Sales. “We appreciate Green Car Journal for recognizing Honda for the fourth time with Green Car of the Year for the 2019 Honda Insight.”
The 2019 Insight is the fourth Honda to win Green Car of the Year, joining prior winners the 2012 Civic Natural Gas, the 2014 Accord, and last year’s winner, the 2018 Clarity series of advanced powertrain vehicles: the Clarity Plug-In Hybrid, Clarity Electric and Clarity Fuel Cell.