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Toyota Prius

Price $29,350 – $36,650
Fuel consumption 4.3 – 5.0 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 78%(view ratings)
Known as the original hybrid, the Toyota Prius is now available in two different powertrain configurations. The first is a regular hybrid with available all-wheel drive called AWD-e. The second, featured in the Prius Prime, is a plug-in hybrid that uses the same 1.8-litre engine but adds a larger, 8.8-kWh battery allowing a pure electric drive range of about 40 kilometres. A few equipment revisions are in store for the 2022 model year.

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NewsToyota, Large SUVs Lead Ranking of Most Durable Vehicles
Automotive research firm and car search engine iSeeCars is back with its annual ranking of the most reliable and durable vehicles as determined by the models that are the most likely to reach 320,000 kilometres (200,000 miles). For its latest study, it looked at nearly 15 million vehicle transactions made …
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NewsUsed Plug-In Hybrids: What Are Your Options?
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News2022 Toyota Prius Nightshade May Be a Reason for Batman to Go Green
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NewsOver 40,000 Plug-In Cars Sold in Canada so Far in 2019
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Episodes
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Motoring TV
Review: 2017 Toyota Prius Prime
Toyota is the world leader when it comes to Hybrids. It has sold over 10 million since the original Prius was introduced 20 years ago. We got a chance to drive the newest hybrid, the Prius Prime. The question is, do you need an electric car anymore? (This segment originally …
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Motoring TV: Green Car of the Year for 2017
Motoring TV recently held it's 1 hour Car of the Year Special on the TSN network where we picked the best in class for 2017. Here are the nominees and winner for Green Car of the Year. (This segment originally appeared on Motoring TV episode #6) …
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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 …
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Review: 2016 Toyota Prius
The Toyota Prius is much more than a name plate, it has become a brand since the first generation in 2000. Back then it was a niche environmental product, but with each generation it has become more mainstream. The challenge facing this new model is that fuel prices are down, …
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Two-Minute Test Drive: 2016 Toyota Prius
Two-Minute Test Drive host Russ Bond has always maintained that the Toyota Prius is a sporty car. And, with the help of some drivers from Sunset Speedway's mini stock division, he thinks he was found a way to prove it. This segment originally appeared on Episode 16 of Motoring 2016.