A worthy add-on for the mighty Insight. [xfloat=left]http://www.cleanmpg.com/photos/data/500/DSCN2651.JPG[/xfloat]Mike Sirach - CleanMPG - Nov. 10, 2007 ARMREST KING carries a wide assortment of armrests for many common models of domestic and foreign automobiles. You will find armrests and center consoles for Mini Cooper, Honda Fit, Nissan Versa, Toyota Yaris, Toyota Echo, Smart Fortwo, Ford Focus, Chevrolet Cobalt, Chevrolet Aveo, Suzuki SX4, Suzuki Swift, Pontiac Pursuit, Pontiac Wave, Peugeot 206, Renault Clio and many more. Here is the Armrest King armrest installed in the Honda Insight. The price is $96 (US) including shipping. KING carries a wide assortment of armrests for all common models of domestic and foreign cars. Their products carry European Quality DEKRA Certification: ISO 9001:2000 The long awaited Honda Insight armrest from ARMREST KING made it to Southern Illinois from Canada in only three days. It will be a welcome addition to the many Insight owners that have been searching for one now that the low quality Husco unit has been discontinued. Packaging and Instructions The Armrest King Insight armrest was well packed in a plastic bag with bubble packing around it. (Bubble wrap removed). Included was a sheet of directions and the necessary screws and caps for installation. The generic directions were applicable to several armrests but explained the installation well including pictures. Installation It was necessary for me to secure the emergency brake housing better. The nylon screw inserts were stripped and would not tighten. I bought a couple license plate nylon inserts for a Ford that snapped into place perfectly. The #10 pan head screws fastened the housing securely. The ABS molded base has an extrusion that fits into the notch in the top of the emergency brake housing. Setting it in place, it fit snuggly. The extrusion has slightly more than one inch of play within the recess it sits in. This allows position adjustment. Finished Product I slid it all the way back and tested it by resting my elbow on it while operating the shifter. I installed the screws (without drilling a pilot hole), installed the screw caps, and the installation was complete. A beefy ABS hinge securely attaches the lid to the body. Nicely finished carpeted interior complete completes the storage area. The soft and supple ecological leather covers the exterior of the box and padded lid. The whole armrest will pivot up as well to reveal a small void that could hold something small such as change. Quality feel and utility is outstanding while installation took all of 15 minutes. Best of all, a Phillips screwdriver was the only tool needed. Some have commented that the price seems high. The $96 price includes shipping which was about $14 to me. I believe the Husco price was around $80 plus shipping and the quality was poor compared to this one. The color is black which does match the grey/black combo, but not the emergency brake cover it is attached to. He has said that a few grey ones might be available in a month or two for $10 to $15 dollars more. He does not have plans for tan. If you are interested in grey, email him to let him know you're interested.