2005 Toyota Priuscranberry05 - Oak Ridge, TN12/09/2011
It was hard to step way down from my beloved 3 Series BMW to a Prius, but it is still a very good car. Averaging 42 mpg combined--not as good as Toyota promises, but I can't complain. Lots of little storage places and cup-holders. Comfortable seats. Of course, not great on hills, but quick on the flats. Radio tinny when using iPod (it has no aux jack but you can get one installed for around $400--I just use an adapter in the socket). Controls on steering wheel are strangely placed. Fun to drive around town. Hard to find in the car-park among the million other ones just like it! Ha ha Very pleased with my purchase overall.
2007 Toyota Prius
2007 Toyota Priusguglio - Bowie, MD10/11/2010
I had always assumed that hybrid cars would seem light and tin like because they are so fuel efficient. That was an incorrect assumption. This car is solid. You can hear that when you close the door and is is evident as it holds the road. This is evident as you are enjoying 50 miles per gallon. My wife and I have always had two cars during our 40 years of marriage, but this one is the best.
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2008 Toyota PriusJulie - Birmingham, AL11/15/2008
What a gas saver! I never thought that this small car, with a great fuel savings would also become my favorite car to drive.
I have driven many vehicles from SUVs(Explorer) to a Sports Car(Corvette)to now this Prius.
I recently drove from my home in Alabama to the Smoky Mountains in North Carolina. The vehicle was surprising powerful to navigate the eastern Appalachian Mtns. The interior room has plenty of space for a family of four. Then the biggest value for the money was the fuel savings. My Prius averaged 46 mpg during my trip and when I had to stop for fuel, which was only twice during the entire trip, it cost under $20 to refuel, Wow!
My Prius came with in dash Navigation and Leather seats. I would recommend to anyone out there to purchase this gas miser and enjoy the savings.
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