Prius c Portland
Toyota Prius c Features –
- Hybrid Synergy Drive
- Available Toyota Safety Sense
- Multi-Information Display
- Backup Camera
Prius c was designed with the big city, and small parking spots, in mind. As the smallest and most affordable member of the Prius Family, Prius c makes fitting into the city easier, and more fun, than ever.
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Prius c makes sure you leave nothing behind, especially your stuff. Bags, gear, kickball trophies—with 17.1 cu. ft. of cargo volume 9 behind the rear seats, there’s a place for all of it.
What are critics saying about the Toyota Prius c?
Comfort and performance take a backseat to affordability and high fuel economy in most entry-level small cars. But for many people who are shopping this segment, that’s just fine. For those drivers, the 2016 Toyota Prius C is a fine choice. This is a car that embraces its station in life as a fuel-sipping, easy-to-park and practical little hatchback; a conclusion we reached after spending a year testing our long-term Prius C. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Introduced for the 2012 model year, the C is the smallest member of Toyota’s expanding Prius family, as well as the least expensive. It’s also the thriftiest around town, according to the EPA, although the standard Prius scores slightly higher ratings in the highway cycle. (We averaged 39 mpg in our last test of the C.) Shared underpinnings with the subcompact Yaris, rather than the other Prius models, mean that the C’s fuel economy is rooted in a smaller version of Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive—a 1.5-liter engine and a 60-hp electric motor—delivering a combined output of 99 horsepower. Read More >>