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Toyota Prius c

Price $22,090 – $27,050
Fuel consumption 4.9 – 5.5 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 75%(view ratings)
The Toyota Prius c is the most affordable hybrid car in Canada. It starts at less than $25,000 and its hybrid drivetrain uses less than 5.0 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres. It offers a total of 99 horsepower along with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Since last year, the Toyota Safety Sense C package of advanced driving aids comes standard on all versions (base and Technology).

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News2017 Toyota Prius c: Safer, With a Touch of Sportiness
Toyota Canada is finally sending the 2017 edition of its little Prius c hybrid subcompact to dealerships. No major changes here, but some details to talk about. First of all, Toyota has added a matte black body kit to both trim levels of the Prius c, base and Technology. The …

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Review: 2016 Toyota Prius C
The Prius has simply become a brand, and a big reason is because the Prius is an affordable hybrid. Where the premium charge for most hybrids means recouping the up front costs takes a lot of driving before any return on the investment, the little Prius C begins repaying it's …