The wagon version of the hybrid that started it all, the Prius V (the V stands for versatility) combines the proven Prius power plant with the cargo capacity of a compact crossover. That makes it one of the most efficient family-friendly vehicles you can buy at any price.
What's New for 2015
The Prius V receives fresh front and rear styling as well as new available features and an addition trim level.
Choosing Your Prius V
The Prius V is more memorable than before thanks to this year's somewhat aggressive and futuristic front end. It's slightly taller than the standard Prius and six inches longer, which translates into increased rear legroom and 34 cubic-feet of cargo space. The back seat slides and reclines, a rare feature in a wagon. Fold it down and you're looking at 67 cubic-feet, terrific capacity for a passenger car of this size. The front passenger seat also folds down to accommodate long items.
Power comes from a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a pair of electric motors that produce a total of 134 horsepower. A continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) sends power to the front wheels. Drivers can choose between three driving modes: Eco, Normal and Power. You can expect a class-leading 42 mpg in combined driving.
The Prius now comes in four trim levels: Two, Three, Four and Five:
The price difference between trim levels is surprisingly modest, which makes the Four the best deal in our view. Splurging on the Five is only necessary if you want access to all the tech goodies in the Advanced Technology package.
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