Fun new car. Great gas mileage. Love my car and I travel 60 miles a day.
Exceeded my expectations
Pablo - Annandale, VA10/02/2012
And my expectations were high. I can't imagine purchasing anything else. The dashboard indicators have taught me how to drive efficiently, so now I no longer have to look at them, and now I am driving my other car more efficiently too. It's not the most powerful car on the road, but I'm averaging 55 mpg, and it can accelerate when needed.
I love that it charges the battery when decelerating and breaking, and that the engine automatically cuts off when it is not needed.
cranberry05 - 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.
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