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The Toyota Prius was a compact sedan that was converted into a full hybrid electric mid-size hatchback. It was a regular vehicle from 1997 to 2003 and a hybrid car from 2003 until now. This is one of the best cars for the environment. The car is very reliable and long lasting, which is good for all consumers. You can expect to have a long-lasting vehicle for you and your family with the Toyota Prius.
The Toyota Prius was given the Best Retained Value Award and was called a Best Bet. The Prius has won a ton of other awards including being called the number one selling retail brand in America. As a car that is offered regularly and as a hybrid, you are able to expect the car to have good fuel mileage. You can avoid paying too much for gas. These vehicles save you from that. With a Prius, you will conserve money. This will come in several different forms. Do you would like a hybrid? This is probably the one to choose.
2012 Toyota Prius Trims
5dr HB (Natl) One MSRP: $23,015.00
5dr HB (GS) One MSRP: $23,015.00
5dr HB (SE) One MSRP: $23,015.00
5dr HB (Natl) Two MSRP: $24,000.00
5dr HB (GS) Two MSRP: $24,000.00
5dr HB (SE) Two MSRP: $24,000.00
5dr HB (Natl) Three MSRP: $25,565.00
5dr HB (GS) Three MSRP: $25,565.00
5dr HB (SE) Three MSRP: $25,265.00
5dr HB (Natl) Four MSRP: $28,235.00
5dr HB (GS) Four MSRP: $28,235.00
5dr HB (SE) Four MSRP: $28,235.00
5dr HB (Natl) Five MSRP: $29,805.00
5dr HB (GS) Five MSRP: $29,805.00
5dr HB (SE) Five MSRP: $29,805.00
2012 Prius 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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