2012 Toyota Prius vDonald - Roseville, CA03/02/2015
I wanted a Prius because of its outstanding repair record and amazing gas mileage. I was originally looking for a standard Prius. However, after comparing the Prius and the Prius V side by side, I opted for the larger cargo area. I was concerned that with the Prius V, I would have to give up 4 mpg as it is rated at only, (only!) 44 mpg. However, having the Prius V for three months, my average gas mileage is 48.4! Amazing.
Prius V - the super car!
2013 Toyota Prius vD M - Sac, CA12/19/2016
- fuel economy we get 41.5 mpg combined.
-very peppy especially in power mode.
-lots of space of an SUV.
- radio controls a little confusing.
- key fob doesn't always recognize and car won't say READY so we need to restart the sequence.
- It's comfortable but a little tight. If we have a third person in the back seat they are a little squeezed.
Prius V gets my vote every time!
2013 Toyota Prius vMike Asbury - Knoxville, TN06/19/2015
My last car was a Toyota Avalon. This one rides just as comfortable, handles well, and is far more versatile. It has several technical bells and whistles and allows me to HAUL stuff! I even added a roof rack to make toting stuff around even more versatile! I can't say enough good things about 40MPG either! Great car!
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