I have been testing out my new car, and although it will not equal the original design of Insight, which could achieve in excess of 70 and 80 mpg, it has improved over the EPA estimate significantly. The sticker relates an expected mpg of 41/44, but in city driving, it is easy to match the first figure; however, highway and combined mileages are much better. On a round trip to Arkansas, the average mpg was above 51, and on a local trip, I hit a p.r. over 56. Also, I wish to compliment Ebersole for the New Car Clinic, which was very informative, both seated and tour sessions. My salesman mentioned that there may be another I would be invited to soon, and I am looking forward to being invited. I have been privileged to have dealt with many of the staff in my years of being a customer, and now, in VIP mode, find relations are even more enhanced. Among the others, I want to give a shoutout to Tim and Sara in Recon, who dropped what they were doing to help with a ding that a careless parker put in my new car. Because of their efforts, it's barely noticeable now. The clinic stated that if any damage occurred to a new vehicle, that it would be taken care of at no charge, and I am delighted to report that this promise had been kept. Thanks for your interest in my observations.