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The Toyota Prius has been transformed into a full hybrid electric mid-size hatchback after initially being a compact sedan. Since 2003, it has been a hybrid. It was a normal car from 1997 to 2003. When it comes to the environment, this is a very clean. In fact, it is one of the cleanest you can buy. The car is very reliable and tough, which is great for all customers. Whenever you have the Toyota Prius, you should expect a long-lasting vehicle for you.
The Toyota Prius was handed the Best Retained Value Award and was called a Best Bet. The Prius is the number one retail brand in The United States. That is why it has won a lot of awards. You need to expect to save a lot on gasoline whether you purchase the automobile regularly or as a hybrid. If you want to get one of these, you won?t have to pay a lot for gasoline. With a Prius, you'll save money. This will come in several different forms. If you are looking for a hybrid, this is most likely your best bet.
2009 Toyota Prius Trims
5dr HB (Natl) MSRP: $23,375.00
5dr HB (GS) MSRP: $23,375.00
5dr HB (SE) MSRP: $23,375.00
5dr HB (Natl) Touring MSRP: $24,270.00
5dr HB (GS) Touring MSRP: $24,270.00
5dr HB (SE) Touring MSRP: $24,270.00
5dr HB (Natl) STD MSRP: $22,000.00
5dr HB (GS) STD MSRP: $22,000.00
5dr HB (SE) STD MSRP: $22,000.00
2009 Prius Changes
The Toyota Prius is largely unchanged for 2009. Base prices rise about $500 from last year.
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