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About the Toyota Prius V

Vehicle Summary

When you think of a hybrid vehicle, do you tend to think of a small sedan, such as a compact car? Today, you can actually find hybrid versions of larger vehicles. The Toyota Prius V is an excellent example of a larger wagon-style vehicle featuring twin-electric motors and a battery pack. With plenty of seating for up to five people and lots of storage space on top of that, the Prius V (which was released in the United States from 2012-2017) can be a practical hybrid option for larger families.

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Q: How much cargo space does the Toyota Prius V have?

A: The 2014-2017 Toyota Prius V offers 34.3 cubic feet of cargo space with rear seats intact, and maxes out at 67.3 cubic feet of space when rear seats are folded down.

Q: Is the Toyota Prius V the largest Prius?

A: Yes, the Prius V compact wagon is the largest Prius model available, offering ample seating for up to five people.

Q: Is the Toyota Prius V front-wheel drive?

A: Yes, all model years and trims on the Toyota Prius V come with front-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is not an option.

Q: What kind of mileage does the Toyota Prius V get?

A: Fuel economy for the Toyota Prius V can vary based on a number of factors, but the base 2017 Toyota Prius V One trim with 1.8L engine and twin-electric motors gets an EPA-estimated 41 mpg combined.1

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See

Toyota Prius V Trim Configurations

Since its release in 2012, the Toyota Prius V has been offered in the same four trim configurations. Throughout its years of production, each trim has also been equipped with a 1.8L, four-cylinder engine, two electric motors, and a battery pack. Unless otherwise noted, the following trim features are based specifically on the 2016 model year.

V Two

• 16-inch alloy wheels

• Keyless ignition and entry

• 6.1-inch touchscreen interface

• Rearview camera

• Heated mirrors

V Three

• Integrated navigation system

• Satellite radio

• Smartphone integration

• Power lumbar support

V Four

• Heated front seats

• Auto-dimming rearview mirror

• Leatherette upholstery

• Eight-way powered driver seat

V Five

• Larger 17-inch wheels

• Automatic headlights (LED)

• Available Technology package

Toyota Prius V vs. Other Hybrids

The Toyota Prius V has a lot to offer, but let's see how it stacks up to other hybrid options from Ford, Honda, and Volkswagen.

Toyota Prius V vs. Ford C-Max

From a space standpoint alone, the 2017 Prius V wins out, offering more maximum cargo space at 67.3 cubic feet (compared to 52.6 cubic feet on the 2017 C-Max) and more space with rear seats intact (34.3 cubic feet versus 24.5 cubic feet).

On the other hand, if you're looking for a hybrid with more power behind the wheel, the 2017 C-Max has a 2.0L four-cylinder engine, electric motor, and battery pack that delivers 188 hp—compared to just 134 hp with the 2017 Prius V's 1.8L engine, two electric motors, and battery pack.

Toyota Prius V vs. Honda Accord Hybrid

The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid is much smaller than the Toyota Prius V, falling into the sedan category rather than the "compact wagon" classification of the Prius V. While it still offers seating for up to five people, space is more limited, and cargo storage, for example, tops out at just 13.5 cubic feet behind the second row of seats, compared to 34.3 cubic feet in the 2017 Prius V.

On the other hand, the 2017 Accord Hybrid offers a more powerful 2.0L hybrid engine at 212 hp, compared to the 2017 Prius V’s 134-hp 1.8L hybrid engine. When it comes to fuel economy, the 2017 Accord Hybrid also gets an EPA-estimated 48 mpg combined in its base trim with a 2.0L engine.1

Toyota Prius V vs. Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid

The Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid was most recently offered in 2014. As a sedan, the 2014 Jetta Hybrid is certainly a smaller vehicle than the 2014 Prius V; as such, it offers just 11.3 cubic feet behind its rear row of seats. However, it does have a surprisingly spacious interior that offers comfortable seating for up to five passengers. It also includes a 1.4L, four-cylinder engine and electric motor at 170 hp.

From an equipment standpoint, the 2014 Jetta Hybrid offers a few more creature comforts than the 2014 Prius, including automatic dual-zone climate control, a convenient trunk pass-through, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The 2014 Jetta Hybrid also has a sleek and sporty appearance with its smaller profile and standard rear spoiler.

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See

Reviews for Toyota Prius

Overall Rating

4.7 out of 5(410 reviews)

Great car

BEST car I ever owned. Not the fastest, not the roomiest, not made like a German BMW BUT it gets 45 to 55 MPG and I am spending a ton less on gas. It has enough room in the back, jumps into traffic, climbs mountains and does everything I ask of it for pennies on the gallon. I absolutely love not having to think about "how much gas" I will be using to go hear or there. Has good features, is lightweight but relatively solid. I am going to buy another one to have two...that is a big vote of confidence.

- joe montisano, 2010 Toyota Prius

Pleasantly surprised

Obvious hybrid fuel economy is a definite plus. I was surprised at the power, can go from 75 to 100 to pass long lines of cars without much effort at all. I'm a big truck country kinda guy, and have always hated the Prius out of principle. After driving one for a year while commuting 500 mi a week, I really don't have anything bad to say about it, except the braking. Due to the varying friction from the charging mechanism, your brake pedal pressure will never be consistent and smooth braking is almost impossible, with slow braking to, say a stop light. Hard, emergent braking is unaffected.

- Allan Bluewater, 2012 Toyota Prius

Awesome commuter car!

I commute 160 miles a day to work and run errands so of course my decision to purchase was based primarily on economy (best highway mileage in its class). After 3 months and 16,000 miles I'm now impressed with all the other features that make this car a great value. Styling, comfort, handling, and of course the MPG.

- Daily Driver, 2013 Toyota Prius

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