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Compare the 2019 Honda Insight to the 2018 Toyota Prius to See Which Newnan Hybrid Will Be the Better Fit for You

In Newnan, Georgia, you're probably more likely to see friends or neighbors amicably arguing over trucks--but for those who drive hybrids, there's an incredible new rivalry brewing down South. Toyota's Prius is about to have its latest serious contender in the all-new 2019 Honda Insight Hybrid Sedan, and while this newcomer will be going up against a legend, it brings a lot to the table.

Research the all-new Honda Insight and the newest Prius to see which flavor of eco-friendly hybrid car is going to be the better fit for your personal style and your lifestyle.

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2019 Honda Insight vs 2018 Toyota Prius

  • The hybrid powertrain in the 2018 Toyota Prius is only good for about 120 horsepower combined.
  • The hybrid powertrain in the 2019 Honda Insight, by comparison, gives you more than 150 horsepower combined and a much sportier ride quality.
  • Thanks to this boost of power, the Honda Insight boasts much quicker acceleration and a 0 - 60 time that's about three seconds faster than the Prius.
  • EPA fuel economy estimates for both models is very impressive, though actual MPG ratings may vary in real-life driving.
  • If you want the good stuff, a top-of-the-line Toyota Prius will easily cost you more than $30,000 with some added features.

  • Meanwhile, a fully loaded Touring trim level--with leather upholstery and an 8.0-inch touchscreen--will only run you around $28,000 for the premium new 2019 Honda Insight.
  • A base 2018 Prius starts at $24,475; while a base 2019 Honda Insight starts at just $22,830.
  • The 2019 Insight offers a standard suite of Honda Sending driver-assistance features, for security and confidence.
  • The 2018 Prius offers a standard suite of Toyota Safety Sense driver-assistance features.
  • While we'll leave opinions of design up to you, the 2019 Honda Insight was definitely designed to look mature, sleek, and simple--while the bulky and gangly Toyota Prius is holding onto its odd-shaped, first-gen design as tight as it can.