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    2019 Toyota Prius OVERVIEW

    With hybrid technology becoming more commonplace throughout Toyota’s lineup (and those of other automakers), the Prius is no longer the standard-bearer it once was. Toyota faces the challenge of differentiating the Prius from the rest of its efficiency models, and this year they have a new market: adventurers. With hatchback practicality, a brand new all-wheel-drive system, and roof-rack attachments, the 2019 Toyota Prius aims to please four-season eco warriors.

    What's New for 2019

    The biggest addition for 2019 is an optional all-wheel-drive powertrain. The Prius also sees a few minor interior and exterior tweaks, plus new standard tech. The old numerical trim structure has been ditched in favor of a more traditional naming system.

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    Choosing Your Toyota Prius

    All Priuses (Prii?) share their power sources: a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine in combination with two electric motors. In all-wheel-drive models, those motors can power the rear wheels, although only up to 43 mph. Together, the system is good for 121 horsepower and 105 pound-feet of torque.

    These numbers are hardly inspiring, but the fuel economy is. Every version of the Prius manages more than 50 miles per gallon combined, according to the EPA. Thanks to tiny tires, the L Eco trim is the most efficient of the lot, achieving 58 mpg city, 53 highway, and 56 combined. Other front-wheel-drive trims aren’t far behind at 54/50/52 mpg (city/highway/combined).

    Even the AWD models don’t get too thirsty. With Toyota’s AWD-e system, the Prius still manages 52/48/50 mpg despite a mild weight penalty. AWD Priuses also get nickel-hydride batteries for better low-temperature performance (the rest of the line uses lithium-ion units). All-wheel drive is available as an option for either $1,000 or $1,400 depending on trim.

    The Prius’ other claim to fame is its cargo capacity. Thanks to the liftback shape, most trims boast 27.4 cubic feet of cargo capacity behind the seats. With the rear seats folded, that number jumps to 62.7 cubic feet, which rivals some crossovers.

    For 2019, the Prius’ four trims get more conventional names: L Eco, LE, XLE, and Limited.

    L Eco

    Starting at $24,700 (all prices include a $930 destination fee), the Prius L Eco is both the cheapest and most efficient member of the family. Low weight and the 15-inch low-resistance tires are responsible for the impressive fuel economy. Fortunately, the L Eco doesn’t sacrifice other features.

    LED lights are standard, along with keyless entry, push-button start, a rearview camera, a 6.1-inch infotainment screen, and three USB charging ports (although Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are missing). Toyota’s comprehensive safety suite is standard as well, which includes automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, automatic high beams, and adaptive cruise control. All-wheel drive isn't available on this trim, and neither are any packages.


    For $25,910, the Prius LE adds a few quality-of-life upgrades. These include a rear window wiper, a temporary spare tire, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and a parking assist system. The LE is also available in all-wheel drive for an extra $1,400. The AWD model comes with fog lights and a tire repair kit but is otherwise identical. The LE still doesn’t have any add-on packages.


    At $28,750, the Prius XLE starts to tip toward luxury territory. Rolling on 17-inch alloy rims, the XLE also gets rain-sensing wipers, heated and powered side mirrors, an upgraded smart key, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, heated front seats, synthetic leather upholstery, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a heated steering wheel, and a wireless charging bay. The XLE can be had with all-wheel drive for $1,000 extra, but the wheels will be swapped for 15-inchers. Inexplicably, theAWD version’s driver’s seat isn’t power adjustable.

    The XLE trim opens up two packages. The Advanced Technology Package ($800) adds a color head-up display and Toyota's Adaptive Front-Lighting System with auto-leveling headlights. The Advanced Technology Package with options ($1,315) bundles the contents of the Advanced Technology Package, a moonroof, and 15-inch alloy wheels.


    At the top of the range, the Prius Limited starts at $33,130. The head-up display and auto-leveling headlights are standard, along with a JBL sound system, navigation, and an 11.6-inch infotainment screen. This trim isn't available with all-wheel drive. The Premium Convenience Package ($515) adds the moonroof and 15-inch alloy wheels.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Although the upgrades to the XLE trim are comprehensive, better value lives at the bottom of the 2019 Toyota Prius range. The L Eco is a fairly affordable way into Prius ownership, and the Prius LE is the cheapest way in for AWD buyers.

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