Prius v
Tamara Warren
Automotive Editor - June 11, 2014

2014 Toyota Prius v OVERVIEW

As many things as the Prius did well, the five-door hatchback didn't have the outright utility some buyers craved. Enter the Prius v, a wagon with a squared-off cargo area. Toyota says that “v” stands for versatility, but we’d argue it could just as easily stand for volume.

What's New for 2014

The Prius v was introduced in 2013 and gets minor updates—such as daytime running lights—for 2014. A panoramic moonroof is offered as an option on the Prius v Three.

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Choosing Your Toyota Prius v

Though taller than an ordinary Prius, the Prius v is powered by the same 1.8-liter four-cylinder hybrid engine. Look for fuel economy of 44 mpg city and 40 mpg highway.

Toyota offers the Prius v in three trim levels:


The base model—called Two—doesn't have lavish standard equipment, but you'll get a rearview camera and a keyless entry system.


The Three adds appealing technology like Bluetooth, navigation with voice control, and climate controls on the steering wheel. A panoramic roof is available as an option.


The top-spec Prius v includes adjustable and heated front seats with lumbar support, SofTex fabric upholstery, 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lamps, LED headlamps and a smart-key. Available only on the Five is the optional Advanced Technology package, with a moonroof, hard-disk navigation and dynamic cruise control.

CarsDirect Tip

We'd skip the Two and head to the Three or Five—whichever is most comfortable for your budget.

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