Toyota Prius Features –
- Hybrid Synergy Drive
- Regenerative braking
- Multi-Information Display
- Backup Camera
Prius changed the world 15 years ago by bringing hybrid cars to the mainstream. It’s a modern-day icon, and its Hybrid Synergy Drive remains innovative, dependable and loved by owners around the world. That’s why 95% of all Toyota Prius models sold in the last 10 years are still on the road.
Prius is the world’s most iconic hybrid, combining incredible aerodynamic efficiency with unmistakable styling. Almost every inch of the body of Prius was designed with a purpose: cheating the wind. Flowing lines and purposeful edge detailing conspire to reduce wind resistance for a quieter ride and greater fuel efficiency.
What are critics saying about the Toyota Prius?
One of the most identifiable cars on the market, the Toyota Prius has pretty much become synonymous with the word “hybrid.” And with good reason — not only has it been a pioneer but also by far the most popular hybrid in terms of sales. But a lot of new hybrids have come out in recent years, so it’s right to wonder how the 2015 Toyota Prius continues to hold up. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
As an enthusiast, you probably aren’t a fan of the Prius, but as someone shopping for the top in hybrids, it’s likely high on your list. With a 1.8-liter four and an electric motor that combine to make 134 hp, the Prius gets 51 mpg city and 48 mpg highway—if you drive it in the most efficient (translation: boring) manner. It’s the automotive equivalent of eating your vegetables; a plug-in version is also offered for those looking to up their green game. An all-new Prius debuts in early 2016. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
The 2015 Prius is a four-door hatchback powered by a 1.8-liter hybrid I-4 with a combined output of 134 hp and linked to a continuously variable transmission. Since the first generation came into market during the late 1990s, the Prius has become the world’s best-selling hybrid vehicle. A plug-in variant is also available with the same engine but due to its more powerful batteries, it can reach 62 mph on electric power alone or drive for up to 11 miles. In the Prius-branded family, there is also a larger Prius V wagon as well as a more compact and cheaper Prius C hatchback. Read More >>