2020 Toyota Prius Prime

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MSRP* $27,750 - $33,650
Invoice* $26,641 - $32,304

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Overall Rating:
4.2 (out of 5)
Value 4.2
Exterior 3.5
Interior 3.2
Comfort 4.2
Performance 4.2
Reliability 2.5
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70% Tesla functions, less than 50% of the price

by Marvell from Oakland | November 05, 2019

This car meets my day-to-day needs and gets amazing mileage. Plenty of legroom and very quiet and a smooth ride compared to my last car (Honda Fit). I really enjoy that it has a wireless charger for the XLE model. One minor complaint being that there isn't much storage space in the back compared to other hatchbacks.

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by Prius fan from apopka | October 05, 2019

this Prius prime performs as advertised. This is our third Prius and the best . we rarely buy gas because most our trips are less than 25 miles. just plug it into a standard 110 v outlet and 5 hours later it will go another 25 miles. The car is super quiet and comfortable... and has the best technology of all plug ins. EV.

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Loved exterior design, looks futuristic.

by 2009 Prius driver, Brian from AZ from Scottsdale az | September 29, 2019

Great car, wondered how 300lb. heavier could get better mileage. Toyota factory told me bigger battery meant more hybrid use equaled more miles with less gas. Another Prius prime drive said he was getting 70+ mpg. I am convinced and will be buying a 2020 Prius prime

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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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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.