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The Prius has set the standard for hybrid-powertrains in the US since it was introduced. The current model is the most efficient, most reliable Prius yet and starting at $22,120 before tax rebates and incentives, it's an amazing bargain.
With several new Prius variations on the way, the winning hybrid powertrain will be available in more body styles to appeal to more car buyers. Anyone who thought the original Prius was too small should look for the Prius v. Customers looking to maximize their fuel economy would be advised to consider the Prius Plug-in. Both feature Toyota's reliable, efficient hybrid technology at a reasonable price.
2012 Toyota Prius v Trims
5dr Wgn (Natl) Two MSRP: $26,550.00
5dr Wgn (GS) Two MSRP: $26,550.00
5dr Wgn (SE) Two MSRP: $26,550.00
5dr Wgn (Natl) Three MSRP: $27,315.00
5dr Wgn (GS) Three MSRP: $27,315.00
5dr Wgn (SE) Three MSRP: $27,315.00
5dr Wgn (Natl) Five MSRP: $30,140.00
5dr Wgn (GS) Five MSRP: $30,140.00
5dr Wgn (SE) Five MSRP: $30,140.00
2012 Prius v Changes
The big Prius news for 2012 is that Toyota is adding several new versions of the Prius-- a bigger Prius v that features more rear seat room and more cargo space than the standard Prius as well as an ultra-high-efficient Prius Plug-in.
The standard Prius is carried over for 2012, but it does feature an upgraded stereo.
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