2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid

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2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: September 3, 2020
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Karan Rawat

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It has been nearly 20 years since the Prius entered the American market as Toyota’s first production hybrid car. In that time, the U.S. elected three presidents, the smartphone generation came, Zuckerberg made Facebook and NASA decided Pluto was no longer a planet. In 2001, the Prius appealed mostly to biologists. Today, it is decidedly mainstream, with almost 2 million models sold in the United States.

When you think of a hybrid car, the Toyota Prius likely comes to your mind. It has a capable hybrid system, a smooth ride, and unbelievably good fuel economy ratings. Inside, the Prius has two rows of spacious seats, user-friendly infotainment features, and more cargo space than most competitors.

The 2021 Prius Hybrid comes in four trims: L Eco, LE, XLE, and Limited. All come standard with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, an electric motor, a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), and front-wheel drive. The base L Eco starts at $26,000 and goes up to $34,000 for the range-topping Limited trim. 

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Pros

Great gas mileage

Abundant cargo space

Roomy, supportive seats

Easy-to-use infotainment system

Cons

Dull driving experience

Rivals are more upscale  

What's New?

The Prius remains mostly unchanged for 2021 and adds a special Prius Edition and more driver-assistance and safety features.


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2021 Toyota Prius hybrid in Magnetic Gray Metallic color
Magnetic Gray Metallic

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Ratings

Features

7.5

Engine And Performance

6.7

Fuel Economy

9.1

Interior

7.1

Exterior

6.2

Safety

9.0

Competition

8.6

7.9

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 Toyota Prius hybrid L Eco

L Eco

power
95 hp @ 5200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
46 combined

$24,525


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
L Eco 5dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $24,525 MSRP (58/46/53) 95 hp @ 5200 rpm, 1.8L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid LE

LE

power
95 hp @ 5200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
46 combined

$25,735 - $27,135


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
LE 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $25,735 MSRP (54/46/50) 95 hp @ 5200 rpm, 1.8L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5
LE 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $27,135 MSRP (52/46/48) 95 hp @ 5200 rpm, 1.8L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt all wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid XLE

XLE

power
95 hp @ 5200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
46 combined

$28,575 - $29,575


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
XLE 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $28,575 MSRP (54/46/50) 95 hp @ 5200 rpm, 1.8L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5
XLE 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $29,575 MSRP (52/46/48) 95 hp @ 5200 rpm, 1.8L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt all wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid 20th Anniversary Edition

20th Anniversary Edition

power
121 hp @ 5200 rpm
fuel
Gasoline
mpg
combined

$29,875


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
20th Anniversary Edition 5dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid ) Starting at $29,875 MSRP TBD 121 hp @ 5200 rpm, 1.8L, Inline 4, Gasoline
N/A front wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Limited

Limited

power
95 hp @ 5200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
46 combined

$32,650


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Limited 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Starting at $32,650 MSRP (54/46/50) 95 hp @ 5200 rpm, 1.8L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

Expert Review

7.9

Overall Rating


For two decades, the Toyota Prius has been the go-to choice for both eco-warriors and drivers, only looking to save money on fuel costs. Though estimates vary slightly by trim, the EPA rates the Prius at 50 mpg or higher in combined driving. The Prius belongs on your shortlist if you prioritize fuel economy. There are several compelling hybrid options out there, so buyers may want to check out the more powerful Honda Insight or the Hyundai Ioniq, which is better on gas than the Prius.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Hatchback Front View
2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Hatchback Rear View

7.5/10
Features

 
 
 

6.7/10
Engine and Performance

 

9.1/10
Fuel Economy

 

7.1/10
Interior

 

6.2/10
Exterior

 

9.0/10
Safety

 

8.6/10
Competition

 
 

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Features

7.5/10

The 2020 model of the Prius had four trims. All of them were very interesting to see. Those trims are from the base: L Eco, LE, XLE, and Limited. Toyota has never compromised in its features section, although comparing its hybrid model could be a little expensive than the other manufacturers. Still, it does provide what other luxurious brands offer. One should know that the Prius AWD-e is only offered in the LE and the XLE trims.

Trim L Eco LE XLE Limited
MSRP (FWD) $24,525 $25,735  $28,575  $32,650 
MSRP (AWD) NA $27,135  $29,575  NA
Key Features Ultra-Low-rolling resistance tires Automatic High Beams 17-inch wheels Navigation System
  Much-lighter Hybrid battery Forward Collision Mitigation Automatic wipers Sunroof
  Inflation kit Rear Window Wiper Keyless entry 11.6-inch touchscreen
  Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa Cargo Cover SofTex simulated leather upholstery 10-speaker JBL premium audio system
  Push Start Button Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa integration Power –adjustable driver seat Adaptive Cruise Control
  6-Speaker Sound system 7-inch touchscreen Wireless charging pad HD Radio and SiriusXM Satellite
      Adaptive headlights Colour Head-up display

The base trim, which is the L Eco, is priced at $24,325, and it is offered in FWD only, not in AWD. The base model is offering excellent features as compared to the higher trims. The special one to look at is the ultra-low-rolling resistance tires, which are an impressive move by Toyota.

The LE trim is priced at $25,535 for the FWD and $26,935 for the AWD version. There is a slight difference. Here the LE trim gets a cargo cover that might not sound attractive to some, but it is one of the essential things we need for our car.

The XLE trim comes next, which is priced at $28,375 for FWD and $29,375 for the AWD. It is a higher model offering useful features like the SofTex leather upholstery and has some of the standard features like the Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa.

The higher trim of the Toyota Prius is the Limited, priced at $32,500 for FWD only not available in the AWD version. It features a sun/moonroof and a big 11.6-inch touchscreen which is something to look at. The model is equipped with a 10-speaker JBL audio system, which makes the interior vibe go crazy.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Maintenance, Reliability and Warranty

Ownership cost of the Toyota Prius Hybrid was always something to look at, and the same goes for the reliability as well. But, When it comes to buying a brand new car, many factors should be considered. According to J.D Power, the customer satisfaction of the Prius model has been outstanding.

Reliability and Ownership Costs

There is one interesting fact about the Toyota Prius Hybrid is that it is the cheapest car over ten years that one can buy. The quality and the reliability score from J.D Power that the Prius Hybrid got is 81/100, which is excellent. Overall the model was rated good by many sources and sites as well. The noting point to see is the transmission, driving smoothness of the model. Maintenance or the ownership costs of a Toyota Prius Hybrid are not much if you take it for five years.

Model

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Total

Tax Credit

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Insurance

$821

$850

$879

$910

$942

$4,402

Maintenance

$53

$391

$352

$775

$1,517

$3,088

Repairs

$0

$0

$87

$209

$305

$601

Taxes & Fees

$1,306

$73

$73

$73

$73

$1,598

Financing

$1,256

$1,011

$748

$468

$169

$3,652

Depreciation

$2,205

$1,834

$1,737

$2,037

$1,928

$9,741

Fuel

$746

$768

$791

$815

$840

$3,960

True Cost to Own

$6,387

$4,927

$4,667

$5,287

$5,774

$27,042

The true cost to own the 2020 Toyota Prius Hybrid aggregates to $27,042. The depreciation, financing, and fuel influence the expenses incurred in buying the Prius Hybrid. The prices in California and Arizona are the most affordable among every other state due to the low destination charges and state tax.

Warranty 

Now for the Hybrid versions of the Toyota models are fascinating. Their service for the Hybrid models is much more than their service to their normal or fuel models. The Toyota Hybrid System Warranty coverage is for 8 years or 100,000 miles, whatever comes first, this is for the Hybrid Battery Control Module. 

Interestingly, recently, Toyota has announced that they will be extending their battery warranty from 8 years or 100,000 miles to 10 years from the date of first use of their car/150,000 miles, whatever comes first.

Criteria

Period

Limited Warranty

3 years or 36,000 miles; whatever comes first

Powertrain Warranty

5 years or 60,000 miles; whatever comes first

24-Hour Roadside Assistance

2 years or unlimited mileage

Toyota covers the Hybrid components for 8 years or 100,000 miles; whatever comes first. It seems like Toyota treats its Hybrid models very differently. Toyota’s complimentary maintenance is covered for only 2 years or 25,000 miles. They provide a Hybrid Battery warranty, as we have mentioned above.

Miles Per Dollar

Here is another exciting part where one cannot deny the offer from Toyota. The price for one miler per dollar is $2.09 for an average drive. If we calculate for 15,000 miles taken for a year, then the average cost would be only $603, which is much less than any other car’s competitors.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Buying Advice

By now, the reader has already realized the significant advantages of getting a Toyota Prius Hybrid mode. It has given its best in every segment of what regular customers worry about. The maintenance and the warranty of the Toyota are exceptionally well; the maintenance or the ownership cost is also not very expensive. The XLE AWD would be a great choice, which has all you need. It could be said a luxury car in that budget which features a power-adjustable driver seat, a big 11.6-inch infotainment screen, premium interior sound quality, and much more.

Is Buying a used Toyota Prius Hybrid a good idea?

It is clear to us that the Prius has the lowest average maintenance cost of any car over 10 years. Getting a pre-owned car would surely not be a problem, but getting a new one would be a better choice for those seeking a pre-owned version. 

Consider an older Prius in the generation to potentially save some money and still get many of the same features as a new model. If you're considering a more former model, check out our 2017 Prius, 2018 Prius, and 2019 Prius reviews to help make your decision. 

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Engine and Performance

6.7/10

The 2021 version of the Toyota Prius Hybrid is going to be something to look at. The Prius is not capable of delivering thrilling or amusing acceleration. Under the hood is a 1.8-Litre Inline-4cylinder gasoline engine with a 121hp @ 5,200 rpm and a torque of 105 @ 3,600rpm. The Prius comes powered with two motor generators through an electronically-controlled variable transmission.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Hatchback has 1.8L Engine

The AWD versions, which are LE and XLE of the Prius, feature an electric motor that functions separately from the primary Hybrid system, and it powers the rear wheels. Now the XLE trim is coming in an exceptional anniversary limited edition, which would also offer an electronic ALL-Wheel Drive option.

Models

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid 

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

2020 Honda Insight Hybrid

2020 Kia Niro Hybrid

MSRP

$24,325

$22,400

$22,930

$24,430

Engine

1.8-L Inline-4

1.6-L Inline-4

1.5-L Inline-4

1.6-L Inline-4

Drivetrain

FWD

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

2-Speed CVT W/oD

6-Speed Auto-Shift Manual W/oD and Auto Manual

2-Speed CVT W/oD

6-Speed Auto-Shift Manual W/oD and Auto-Manual

Power

122 hp @ 5,200 rpm

104 hp @ 5,700 rpm

107 hp @ 6,000 rpm

139 hp @ 5,700 rpm

Torque

105 lb-ft @ 3,600 rpm

109 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm

99 lb-ft @ 5,000 rpm

195 lb-ft @ 2,400 rpm

It seems like the 2020 Kia Niro is coming out to be the first even if all have the same transmission. The Kia Niro has the most powerful engine in the segment then comes the Toyota Prius Hybrid. The least output is of the 2020 Hyundai Ioniq.

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid Acceleration and Braking Performance

The acceleration section of the Toyota Prius Hybrid is not something to look at. Its acceleration goes 0-60 MPH in 10.5 seconds, which is a little slower than its competitors. The Prius Hybrid covers a quarter-mile run in 19.6-seconds. We do have to keep in mind that these are just the expectations, but we are still hoping for better acceleration from the upcoming version of the Toyota Prius Hybrid.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Hatchback covers 0-60 in 10.5 sec

The 2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid will feature a regenerative braking system present in the 2020 version of Prius. That kind of braking system installed in the car is excellent, and that is because it sets the engine into reverse by seizing the kinetic energy.

Models

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid 

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

2020 Honda Insight Hybrid

2020 Kia Niro Hybrid

0-60 (seconds)

10.5

9.7

7.7

8.6

Quarter-Mile (seconds)

19.6

17.3

16

15

Top Speed (MPH)

112

103

120

125

60-0 MPH (ft.)

117

124

131

134

The 2020 Honda Insight has the better acceleration power of all the models; it leaves the Toyota Prius far behind. We can also see that the Kia Niro is also no less in that segment. 

The Kia Niro has the top speed of 125, which is the highest in the segment, here the Prius has done quite well but not up to the expectation. Let us hope that Toyota Prius does not make the same mistake with its upcoming model.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Fuel Economy

9.1/10

Here is a section where the Prius has earned a point. The EPA estimates the Prius Eco will receive up to 58 MPG in the city and 53 MPG on the highway. We can see that the city mileage is outstanding but lacks a bit in the highway section, which is not a big issue. The fuel capacity of Toyota is not so great, but in that kind of capacity, its performance is outstanding than other competitors.

Models

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid 

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

2020 Honda Insight Hybrid

2020 Kia Niro Hybrid

MPG (City)

58

57

55

49

MPG (Highway)

53

59

49

51

MPG (Combined)

56

58

52

46

Fuel Capacity (Gallons)

11.3

11.9

10.6

11.4

Range (City/Highway/Combined; Miles)

655.40/598.90/632

678/702/690

583/519/551

606.9/547.4/578

Toyota has always given their best in the fuel section than its competitors. The Toyota and the Kia Niro almost have the same fuel capacity, but the Kia Niro lacks a lot in its MPG values. Without any doubt, the Toyota Prius is the best in fuel economy.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Interior

7.1/10

Just like its exterior, the interior of the Toyota Prius is just outstanding. There are a fair amount of features added to its interior. The higher trims have a large infotainment system, standard 8-way power driver’s seat adjustability, the dashboard of the Prius gives a luxurious feel. Inside, the passengers have plenty of room to spread out and sit comfortably. It is a Hatchback car that means it provides a good amount of cargo room behind the back seat.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Hatchback Front Seats

Models

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid 

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

2020 Honda Insight Hybrid

2020 Kia Niro Hybrid

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front (Headroom/Shoulder Room/Legroom; inches)

39.4/55.0/42.2

39.1/56.1/42.2

39.3/56.9/42.3

40.1/56/41.7

Rear (Headroom/Shoulder Room/Legroom; inches)

37.4/53/33.4

36.9/55/37.7

36.9/55/37.4

39.1/55.2/37.4

We cannot say that Toyota is less in interior space. The space that the model is offering is quite decent. But, not outstanding, when it is compared to the Kia Niro, which leads the chart.

How’s the 2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid Infotainment system? 

Let us be very specific in this section, all the trims of Prius get a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system except for the Limited trim, which gets much more, and that is 11.6-inch touchscreen. 

The car includes some standard features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Amazon Alexa Compatibility, a CD Player, Bluetooth connection, Am/FM Radio. Android Auto is new for the upcoming version. The model also has a good navigation system, excellent sound system. The Limited trim gets a head-up display, sunroof, a 10-speaker JBL surround system, but it does not support Android Auto.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Exterior

6.2/10

2021 Prius will be coming with a more upgraded version of the Prius. The 2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid has brand new smoked headlights and mirror components, blacked-out inserts on the B-pillars. It also comes with 17-inch alloy wheels. As we have mentioned before also that the Limited edition will be coming in the limited edition anniversary edition. The rear of the car gets a color-coordinated rear spoiler that looks attractive, with Bi-LED rear combination lamps. The design of the Prius exterior makes the car more unique and catches the customers’ attention.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Hatchback Third Quarter View

Models

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid 

2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

2020 Honda Insight Hybrid

2020 Kia Niro Hybrid

Curb Weight (lbs)

3010

2996

2987

3100

Length (in.)

180

176

183.6

171.5

Width (in.)

69.3

71.7

71.6

71.7

Height (in.)

57.9

56.9

55.5

60.4

Ground Clearance (in.)

5.1

5.3

5.1

6.3

Wheelbase (in.)

106.3

106.3

106.3

106.3

Getting all the information, we see that there is no much difference in their weight. But, the Kia Niro leads in nearly all the segments.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Safety

9.0/10

The 2021 Prius has earned its place in the safety section. It has earned a five-star rating from NHTSA, and the model also became 2018’s Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety or IIHS. The model comes with some standard safety features like the collision-avoidance technologies and that are limited to option packages and upper trim levels in many competitive vehicles.

Some other features include bicyclist detection, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure assist, and many more.

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Competition

8.6/10

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid vs 2020 Honda Insight Hybrid

We are always taking the Prius as the hatchback design, which is, but on the other hand, the Insight is somewhat like a sedan type. Prius has shown its talent in the fuel economy section, whereas Honda lacks in that section. The mainstream of the Insight gives a massive advantage over the Toyota Prius.

Honda Insight Hybrid

2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid vs 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

The Hyundai Ioniq is an attractive hatchback, and it gives a decent amount of cargo space for the passengers. Some reports say that the Ioniq feels better when it is tied down, the Ioniq is much more agile than the Toyota Prius Hybrid.

Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

2021 Toyota Prius hybrid Final Verdict

In the end, the Toyota Prius is a very budget-friendly Hybrid car. In that kind of range, it is offering luxurious interior and exterior looks apart from greener powertrain. What else do we want? If you are planning for a Hybrid car, you should undoubtedly keep the Toyota Prius in your watch-list. In some parts, the Prius does lag or lacks a bit like in the acceleration speed, but that won’t be a big issue.

Yes, of course, if one is looking for a fuel-efficient car, then the Prius should be on the top-of-the-line. The car has proven where it has a real talent, which is in the fuel section. Let us hope for the best for the 2021 Toyota Prius Hybrid.

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2021 Toyota Prius Overall Reviews


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Joel K. Haggins

2020 Toyota Prius hybrid

L Eco 5dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)

5

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Neighbourhood car

Pros - Smart flow system, Savings feature, great on gas

Cons - No android auto, Gear stick, headlights

Overall Review

5 /10 Overall Rating

The main reason to get a hybrid instead of a regular car running only on as was fuel economy. I'm glad it has had me surprised with the efficiency. Undoubtedly Prius might not be a best choice performance-wise but it is a smart choice.

4/10
Features
5/10
Interior
5/10
Design
5/10
Safety
5/10
Reliability
5/10
Deal Value
7/10
Dealer Review

HG

Hugh S. Guest

2020 Toyota Prius hybrid

LE 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

New Prius hybrid

Pros - Instrument cluster, economy, push start button

Cons - Nothing at all

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Like everyone else, I'm also happy with the Prius's best in class mileage. Does well on highways and even better in city. Lacks that sporty performance feel which is accetable given the setup for which it is made. I would also like Toyota to see improving the suspension in Prius in their 2021 models.

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

FK

Foster D. Kaufman

2020 Toyota Prius hybrid

LE 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)

5

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Our new Prius hybrid 2020

Pros - Handling, drive quality, heated seats

Cons - Nothing at the moment

Overall Review

5 /10 Overall Rating

The best drive quality along with perfect handling. Thats what makes Prius a best city choice. Albeit my husband drives it more than I do, but I'm sure he will agree to my statement.

5/10
Features
5/10
Interior
5/10
Design
5/10
Safety
5/10
Reliability
5/10
Deal Value
5/10
Dealer Review

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Top User Reviews

5

User Overall Rating

Neighbourhood car

The main reason to get a hybrid instead of a regular car running only on as was fuel economy. I'm glad it has had me surprised with the efficiency. Undoubtedly Prius might not be a best choice performance-wise but it is a smart choice.

by Joel K. Haggins

10

User Overall Rating

New Prius hybrid

Like everyone else, I'm also happy with the Prius's best in class mileage. Does well on highways and even better in city. Lacks that sporty performance feel which is accetable given the setup for which it is made. I would also like Toyota to see improving the suspension in Prius in their 2021 models.

by Hugh S. Guest

5

User Overall Rating

Our new Prius hybrid 2020

The best drive quality along with perfect handling. Thats what makes Prius a best city choice. Albeit my husband drives it more than I do, but I'm sure he will agree to my statement.

by Foster D. Kaufman

9

User Overall Rating

Toyota won

Drives like a normal gas car and there is not much hybridish feeling while driving this car. The instrument cluster on the other gives it away. It even has regenrative braking to improve the overall economy which is a breakthrough idea and works perfect in city. That explains why it has more city miles for a gallon than on highway.

by Danny M. Lopez

9

User Overall Rating

Toyota Prius 2020 XLE AWD

My new Prius drives with a slick and silent and I can actually feel the difference compared to my old car. The thottle response is not so accurate and I'm getting used to it. On Demand AWD options improves traction on the tires and comes very handy. The best part, it is great on gas. Toyota Prius is a total package of everything.

by Jimmy A. Cohee

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