How many miles will a 2010 Honda Insight last?
However, we would say that you can rest easy knowing that the Honda Insight should last you at least 150,000 to 200,000 miles, according to Motors and Wheels.
How long does Honda Insight hybrid battery last?
around 6 to 10 years
Your Honda hybrid battery is expected to last around 6 to 10 years or up to 100,000 miles.
How much is a Honda Insight battery?
The average cost for a Honda Insight hybrid high voltage battery replacement is between $3,242 and $3,309. Labor costs are estimated between $255 and $322 while parts are priced at $2,987.
Why do we like the Honda Insight so much?
We noticed because we like the way every Insight has driven since Honda introduced the first one over 20 years ago. The new model might not have sent us clamoring for it at the sign-out board, but over 40,000 miles, its no-nonsense attitude toward getting you where you’re going started to win over our staff.
Can a Honda Insight function without a battery?
Keep driving, ignoring the lights, with IMA going in and out The Honda Insight, at its core, is a 3-cylinder 67-hp engine and can function without the battery with the loss of auto-stop, regenerative braking, and some MPG. However, depending on when your pack was made, the decision above will be made for you.
Why is the bypass not working on my Honda Insight?
It’s no longer recommended to do the bypass because it may or may not work Based on my research, the reason it may or may not work is because the trick is necessary for original IMA systems. However, remember, my pack was replaced in 2008 (there was no sticker on the BCM when I opened things up; my second clue).
How often does a Honda Insight need to be serviced?
The requested stops came every 11,000-or-so miles, the most expensive and comprehensive of which was the third and final one. That stop requires an oil change (but not the oil filter), a tire rotation, a lengthy list of checks, a new cabin air filter, and calls for the engine air filter to be replaced. It ran $169.