In this post, we highlight three critical things prospective buyers need to know before buying the 2017 Toyota Prius, which should help them make an educated decision.
From Toyota Priuss unique features to its potential downsides, it is important to take into account all aspects of a car before you purchase. Before discussing our Prius Hybrid review results, it is useful to know who is buying this hybrid car, and what they liked best or least about it.
When Toyota launched its revised Prius for the 2016 model year, Toyota touted how the car was more fun to drive. The Toyota Prius has been a popular hybrid car ever since it was launched in the early 2000s, and the 2017 model is no different. Compared with other used hybrid vehicles on the market, the 2017 Prius is generally considered to have great value.
With sales across all 50 states, the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime is even more ambitious than the Prius variants it replaced, and having driven all three Prime models, heres what you need to know about the vehicle.
The original hybrid was offered in seven trim levels: One, Two, Two Eco, Three, Three Touring, four, and four Touring. Available in three trim levels–Prius Prime Plus, Prius Prime Premium, and Prius Prime Advanced–the next-generation Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid promises to satisfy all of your needs.
Toyotas Prius Primes are better overall, they are less faddish, they come with a fifth passenger seat, and they are just as convincing when they are operating as electric cars, where they deliver a range of 53 miles per charge, according to EPA data.
Read More ChevronRight Alternative AccountCircle Tara L The biggest things to know about the 2017 Toyota Prius are the fact that it is a hybrid, as well as a plug-in. The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime will be able to travel up to 25 miles (depending on driving mode) using only electric energy, and then have the Priuss normal hybrid powertrain kick in automatically to continue your trip.
The plug-in powertrain helps make the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime feel slightly quicker off the line than one would expect.
The gas mileage in the 2017 Prius is where it gets most of the hype, and it is deserved — 52 miles per gallon on the city and the highway combined (we actually got as high as 56 miles per gallon on the highway in our 48-hour getaway video, below!).
Read More ChevronRight Alternatives Negative Owner Review AccountCircle Ivonne R did not buy the Prius from Toyota. Before I begin reviewing the 2017 Prius, let me give you a little background on my personal history with Toyota.
The 2017 Toyota Prius is this years entry in a larger effort by Toyota to bring active safety into cars that are accessible to the masses who purchase cars.