2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
42,767 Miles | Stanton, CA
$16,599
est. $239/mo

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2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
46,715 Miles | Bakersfield, CA
$17,998
est. $259/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
49,193 Miles | Raleigh, NC
$16,998
est. $245/mo

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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
116,970 Miles | Canoga Park, CA
$11,998
est. $173/mo

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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
117,292 Miles | Pleasanton, CA
$11,599
est. $167/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
95,813 Miles | Reno, NV
$13,599
est. $196/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
39,522 Miles | Milwaukie, OR
$18,998
est. $274/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
38,541 Miles | Vancouver, WA
$18,998
est. $274/mo

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2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
94,032 Miles | Duarte, CA
$14,998
est. $216/mo

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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
93,094 Miles | Costa Mesa, CA
$12,599
est. $182/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
48,901 Miles | Salisbury, MD
$16,998
est. $245/mo

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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
93,276 Miles | Fairfield, CA
$12,998
est. $187/mo

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2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
45,288 Miles | Modesto, CA
$16,998
est. $245/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
50,406 Miles | San Jose, CA
$17,998
est. $259/mo

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2013 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
93,600 Miles | Commerce, CA
$10,650
est. $154/mo

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2013 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
57,030 Miles | Birmingham, AL
$11,999
est. $173/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
66,562 Miles | Santa Rosa, CA
$15,950
est. $230/mo

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2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
124,051 Miles | Ontario, CA
$10,000
est. $144/mo

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2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
104,189 Miles | Santa Rosa, CA
$11,700
est. $169/mo

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Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.7
10 Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.7
Performance
3.6
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
4.7
Reliability
4.7

Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2018 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid - Its a nice cheap car to drive

Jessica
Cecil-Bishop, Pennsylvania
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
We originally bought our used 2007 Toyota Prius in early 2008 when gas prices were reaching $4 a gallon here in Houston, TX, and there was a 200-person waiting list for a new Prius. Long story short, they wanted $32,000 for a new Prius or $27,000 for a used 2007 Prius with 30,000 miles on it already. After a few hours of negotiation, we settled at $21,500 for the 2007 model. With financing at 4% and everything else, we ended up paying it off early and put in a total of $23,400.
Story
About a year ago, I was hanging out with a girl that I was mutual friends with. After a little small talk, she asked me what I do for fun. I explained to her that I do aftermarket performance modifications to mine and my friendsÕ cars, and then I asked if she wanted to ride in my car.
Pros
Overall, my driving impressions our new Prius have been positive after the first days drive. We bought our car on a Saturday in Portland, OR, and spent the night there. That night it rained and snowed, and we faced some 420 miles of black ice and packed snow the next day to get home. It took us nearly 12 hours of driving to make the trip, but I was very pleased with the car itself. The Prius handled the ice and snow very well, never slipping at all, and did it with the OEM tires which are notoriously poor on slick roads. It didn't take long to appreciate the mileage from our new fuel thrif... (more)
Cons
I found a few things about the Prius that I don't like - lets get them out of the way first. Driver leg room is a common complaint, and I agree. At six feet tall, I do not really have enough leg room to be comfortable. A few hours driving is not bad but a few days would, I fear, be another story. Many people have tried to modify the seating, but as far as I know none have truly been successful. The gas tank contains a rubber bladder as part of the emission control system and it regularly changes the usable size of the gas tank. Although listed, I believe, as a 10 gallon tank I have never b... (more)

2018 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid - Great vehicle for commuting or long drives.

Prius Plug-in Hybrid Owner
38014
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
Love that it is plug in hybrid, and I could just charge it in my home. Very cheap to operate and does not require gas unless you go for long drives. Love the big screen on the dash for navigation. Very convenient when you don't know the directions to your destination. Could use it on long as well as short drives because of the hybrid system.
Story
We took a trip to Chicago and back and it turned out to be a great long distant trip in this car. We had a lot of fun and the car drove smoothly and we enjoyed it a lot.
Pros
Best part about this car was definitely the option to use gas, or plug into an outlet, whichever suits you best. Decent amount of trunk space. Very comfortable and smooth to ride. Leather seats are nice too. Very sleek looking car, definitely enjoy its unique design that makes it look like a more expensive car than it is. Love the colors that are offered. Safety record is pretty good too. Well designed and well thought of structure, very aerodynamic. It has great pickup for a hybrid car. All family members enjoy using it.
Cons
It's a medium size car, does not have as much space as a big SUV or a truck. Another problem that might happen in future is the possibility of twice the number of things that could break down with a hybrid car, unlike pure gas or pure electric cars. It is not the cheapest car on the market.

2015 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid - Great "eco" car.

Tiffany
Berkeley, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
This is a great family vehicle and the best choice for families with one car. For those in urban areas, and in California, the car qualifies for an HOV sticker, which gets you in the car pool lane with one person. The car is roomy inside. We can fit our baby in a car seat with three dogs. In our first year of ownership, we haven't had any problems. I also likes that we got 0% financing on our car loan.
Story
The first time I went in the carpool lane alone. I cut 30 minutes off the expected commute time that Google maps was giving me.
Pros
The best things about the car are that it gets you in the carpool lane with one person in the car. This saves commuting time. The gas mileage is also excellent. It also has comfortable seats, Bluetooth, and cruise control. The seats have the latch system that makes it easy to install car seats. I also feel safe driving in the car with my baby.
Cons
The car only comes in a limited number of colors. There was no option for a sun roof. The design isn't the most interesting. I did not like how it comes with the GPS/maps program. The Toyota maps program is terrible. It is much better to use Google maps. We never use this feature of the car. The car is also a little bigger, so it can be difficult to find parking when parking is a challenge. It's not a compact car.

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