The following thread has discussion of US vs Canada vs Mexico Insight - https://www.gen3insight.com/forum/2...dian-honda-insight-has-rear-heated-seats.htmlHello, thanks you! First Person from Mexico, but I am Nicaraguan by birth!
Great to join - I got my car yesterday, the trim from what I have read is not equivalent to any from US / CA though it does have a bit of both. I haven’t figured out if it is a Touring without some features or an EX with. And still I have a Canadian feature, the AVAS on/off which I understand in mandatory on in US but have a button in Canada, well it is not mandatory in Mex.
So my trim does have the R17 wheel, leather seats, 2 USBs, but does not have 10 speaker system, home link rear view mirror, heated seats or mirrors. I want to see what other feature it does/doesn’t have - we should compile a list US/CA/MX!
Also, it might be a good thing that you have many of the Touring amenities except for the 10 speaker system. US/Canada Touring owners have not been impressed with the sound quality or tuning capabilities - https://www.gen3insight.com/forum/2...-user-interface/200-audio-system-touring.htmlSo my trim does have the R17 wheel, leather seats, 2 USBs, but does not have 10 speaker system, home link rear view mirror, heated seats or mirrors. I want to see what other feature it does/doesn’t have - we should compile a list US/CA/MX!
What's the fuel economy rating provided by the Mexican government for the Insight? Here in the US, the Touring Insight is rated for 48mpg city/highway combined which is around 20.4km/l. 15.6km/l is about 36.7mpg.I have only driven it for 4 days but my average is 15.6 km/l
The following thread has info on the digital speedometer. - https://www.gen3insight.com/forum/2...e/2970-mph-digital-gauge-not-speedometer.htmlI have an average of 15.1 km/l, i have not check if I can change it to mpg