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2020 Toyota Prius Prime

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MSRP* $27,900 - $33,800
Invoice* $26,785 - $32,447

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Overall Rating:
4.7 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 4.3
Interior 4.2
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.7
Reliability 4
Love my Plug-in

by Priusfan from Westfield In | February 13, 2020

Great car for efficiency and comfort. Easy to 'recharge' Display(s) very convenient. With speed displayed 'in front' of driver windshield. Steering wheel touch controls makes for safer adjustments.

Can’t believe how much I love this car !

by HeyJude from Lantana,FL | February 12, 2020

So I’m almost 50. I’ve had the pleasure of driving a variety of really nice car - Ford Mustang, Chevy corvette, Hummer H2, BMW 328i convertible, Hyundai Elantra Anyway wanted a daily driver and so tired of premium gas guzzlers. I never really would consider the Prius in the past at the 50 something MPG but an ad caught my eye that read 133mpge - I was intrigued and had to take a look. Anyway it’s called the Prius Prime and actually gets 25 electric miles per charge (if it runs out it auto switches into gas mode) I chose the middle trim XLE with lots of great features and I was pleasantly surprised how comfortable this car is especially at the price range (way under $30k). It’s roomy, as spacious as a compact SUV, it’s super quiet and had a sport mode that actually gives it some surprising pickup. Best of all I’ve owned it for 3 weeks and only filled it up once and I drive it every day ( and it still has a full tank ). Comparable to the model 3 Tesla but cheaper and I like that it can use gas if I need to take a long road trip. Check out the Prius Prime (not the regular Prius) you may be pleasantly surprised. Looks great in supersonic red with the roof racks

Most economical & advanced hybrid

by Fan of Hybrid vehicle from Fullerton, CA | January 31, 2020

Toyota can really deliver a hybrid. I believe Toyota is the industry leader in innovation & reliability when it comes to using latest technology to build a hybrid

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2020 Toyota Prius Prime Overview

The 2020 Toyota Prius Prime is the plug-in version of the Prius hybrid hatchback. It has an EPA-estimated 25-mile pure electric driving range and a 640-mile total driving range.

Three trims are available: LE, XLE, and Limited.

The Prius Prime is driven by an 8.8-kilowatt-hour battery pack for the electric motor combined with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder gas engine, both of which channel their energy through a continuously variable automatic transmission. Toyota says the battery can be recharged from empty on a standard 120-volt household outlet in 5.5 hours. On a 240-volt outlet, charging takes less than half that time.

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