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Toyota Prius Generations

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2023 - 2025 Toyota Prius

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- 2025 Coming Soon -

The 2025 Toyota Prius will likely arrive as a carryover of the current model, which debuted in 2023 with breakout styling and dramatically improved performance. As always, the upcoming Prius promises exceptional efficiency and proven hybrid technology. The Prius departs from previous generations with an aggressive stance, contoured body panels, and a sleek profile. The high-tech interior provides room for five and hatchback versatility. Current standard features include an 8-inch touchscreen, ... Read more

2016 - 2022 Toyota Prius

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The Toyota Prius hatchback returns for 2022 with few changes. About the biggest update to the iconic, trailblazing hybrid is a new Nightshade Edition appearance package that blacks-out the wheels and trim. Otherwise, things remain the same for the Prius lineup. The Prius comes in a variety of trims ranging from the entry-level L Eco to the well-equipped Limited. Some trims feature all-wheel drive, others stick with the more efficient front-drive setup. All are hatchbacks powered by the same hy... Read more

2010 - 2015 Toyota Prius

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The Toyota Prius is still a byword for fuel-efficient gas-electric hybrid technology. It's by far and away the most popular hybrid, with plenty of loyal owners. Despite the current generation beginning to get on in years, it remains a strong choice for buyers interested in saving fuel while still having a fairly spacious and practical car. For 2015, the Prius gets a new Persona Series version based on the Prius Three trim level. Available in red or white, the Persona Series gets 17-inch alloy ... Read more

2004 - 2009 Toyota Prius

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The Prius is available in three trim levels: Standard, Base and Touring. All trim levels employ Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive, a hybrid powertrain technology that unites a 1.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine with a powerful electric drive motor to generate 110 combined horsepower, mated to a continuously variable transmission. Comfort and convenience features including power mirrors, remote keyless entry, automatic air conditioning and a tilt steering wheel with redundant climate and audio controls are standard. Safety features found on every Prius include anti-lock brakes with brake assis... Read more

2001 - 2003 Toyota Prius

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Until someone invents a lighter battery or a longer power cord, electric cars don't make much sense. But gasoline-electric hybrids do. A hybrid combines battery power with a highly fuel-efficient gasoline engine to achieve remarkable fuel economy. You never have to plug, unlike an electric car, because the gasoline engine continuously charges the batteries. The gas engine can be small, because the electric motor works with it to maximize performance. The engine shuts off at traffic lights to further save fuel and reduce emissions, earning Super Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV) certification. It's ... Read more

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