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Safety rating was one of my criteria for purchase. I had been eyeing the Insight, but waited until the official results were published before seriously shopping for one. I wanted to ensure I was buying the safest technology available because I plan to keep this car a while. I believe the IIHS results came out first (late Aug 2018?), followed by the NHTSA results a month later.
 

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Safety rating was one of my criteria for purchase. I had been eyeing the Insight, but waited until the official results were published before seriously shopping for one. I wanted to ensure I was buying the safest technology available because I plan to keep this car a while. I believe the IIHS results came out first (late Aug 2018?), followed by the NHTSA results a month later.
Safety rating was one of my top criteria as well. I came from a 2006 Subaru Legacy, that had 5 star crash tests on the drivers side, and 4 star on the passenger side. Wasn't willing to settle for less than 4 stars for my passengers on my new car purchase to replace my Subaru.
 

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Also you don't need to buy the highest trim to get the best headlights or safety features with the Insight. The Insight has the Safety Pick + rating for all 3 trims which Honda should be praised for. Most of the cars on that list only applies to certain option packages or the highest trim.
 
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