2015 Toyota Prius
41,494 Miles
$16,688

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Toyota Prius
40,027 Miles
$15,422

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Toyota Prius
35,253 Miles
$16,322

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Toyota Prius
38,605 Miles
$15,554

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 Toyota Prius
22,639 Miles
$16,888

Conshohocken, PA
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2013 Toyota Prius
109,092 Miles
$11,710

Greeley, CO
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2015 Toyota Prius
38,200 Miles
$15,411

Conshohocken, PA
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2008 Toyota Prius
95,715 Miles
$7,493

Abilene, TX
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2013 Toyota Prius
131,203 Miles
$11,493

Abilene, TX
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2011 Toyota Prius
60,248 Miles
$12,695

Rochester, NY
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2013 Toyota Prius
31,056 Miles
$15,295

Rochester, NY
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2004 Toyota Prius
121,401 Miles
$6,980

Reno, NV
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2015 Toyota Prius
39,301 Miles
$15,388

Conshohocken, PA
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2012 Toyota Prius
121,567 Miles
$9,783

Riverside, CA
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2014 Toyota Prius
27,088 Miles
$21,995

Medford, OR
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2015 Toyota Prius
37,046 Miles
$16,333

Conshohocken, PA
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2012 Toyota Prius
95,590 Miles
$11,390

Freehold, NJ
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2005 Toyota Prius
92,414 Miles
$7,988

Seattle, WA
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2012 Toyota Prius
83,870 Miles
$11,990

Englewood, CO
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2015 Toyota Prius
28,310 Miles
$15,981

Fort Worth, TX
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Toyota Prius Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.5
Performance
3.4
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
4.9
Maintenance
4.5

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Toyota Prius Owner Ratings & Reviews

2008 Toyota Prius - Very Happy Prius Owner

Gastonia, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I LOVE MY PRIUS! We decided to shop around for one since my husband would be driving 38 miles one way to work and it would save us a ton of money. Plus, my dad has a 2006 Prius and it has over 210K miles and he's never had to replace a thing! We only test drove 2, one was an '07 basic model with 92K miles and the other was an '08 Touring edition with 52K miles...which one would you choose for a difference of $2,000 (warranty on the battery, no warranty, leather interior and GPS, cloth interior and no navigation? The Prius is roomy and of course gets great gas mileage and is quiet. The space in the car is utilized in a smart way. My biggest dislike is that the dash is very bright at night and I'm not very tall, so the green light from the digital dash illuminates across the windshield, ... (more)
Story
The weekend after we bought our Prius, we drove it to my parent's house (really excited that the whole trip in gas would cost only about $25) and we put our dog in the back, with is being a hatchback. We used to have to put him in the floor board and he's a good sized dog. He was so happy and even with our luggage for the four of us, he had more than half the are to himself and could still pee... (more)
Pros
Here are my top 10 Pros of my Prius: 1) I love the Back-up camera 2) It is HUGE and roomy 3) The leather seats of the Touring edition have much more stability and firmness than the cloth seats 3) Gas mileage, gas mileage, gas mileage! 4) Hatch back give lots of trunk space 5) The under storage in the trunk 6) Quietness of the car/engine 7) The inside looks super futuristic, no other hybrid comes close 8) Battery warranty for 90,000 miles 9) Sound system is JBl 10) The touch screen shows you you're average consumption and lots of other cool things, like having a phone book and navigation
Cons
Things that could be better on my Prius: 1) I wish it had height adjustment in the seat (again I'm short), I understand that this could possibly mess up the balance of the car leading to a lower fuel efficiency, but it doesn't have to be electric, it could be "pump" style 2) The dash: I don't like where the speed limit is located as the light from it at night impairs my vision (my tall husband and average-height father do not have these issues) 3) New Prius' are very expensive, I was a little concerned about the price of mine but in all the consumer reviews and look ups we did, we got a b... (more)

2014 Toyota Prius - It's essentially everything I've ever wanted!

Randallstown, Maryland
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I think this car is great. Before owning this car, I owned a 2000 Camry with no bells or whistles. This car, however, is sleek. It looks like a new car with no body damage. I have a slate grey color which I love. It has Bluetooth, so I can talk on the phone through the speakers and I can also answer and hang up calls on the steering wheel. The Bluetooth also works for my music and almost always automatically connects to the Pandora on my phone when I turn the car on. I love the USB option so I can plug my phone in with just the cord. It has a lot of room in the trunk area as well as in the fronts seats and there are lots of different spots for storage in the front. The car is super quiet. The only time it makes any noise is when the engine kicks on, and even then it's not nearly as lou... (more)
Story
I had a Civic next to me at a stop light and the guy was looking at me funny so when the light turned green, I hit the accelerator, threw my head back into the head rest and made it very obvious that I was "shifting". It made him laugh and I pulled ahead of him lol.
Pros
The radio, the space, and the fuel economy. And the Bluetooth.
Cons
I don't like the placement of the one cup holder. I feel as though it's too far back so I have to turn my right arm weird to pick my cup up. Although this isn't really the car's fault, I don't like the assumption people make when they see me driving a Prius. People can be very judgmental. Although I drive an eco friendly car, I do like to go fast, I'm a country girl, and I will beat you in a race in my Prius.

2008 Toyota Prius - A Perfect Car for a Teenage Hippie Girl

Augusta, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I bought my car used from a soldier at my local military base. I like the quality of the car, and I've never had issues with pieces breaking off or melting in the severe heat that is common in my area of the country. The car color is mint green, and there are already over 150,000 miles on the car with no repairs whatsoever. The battery in the key fob dies regularly so that is part that really bothers me, and other than that, I have the lurking feeling of knowing I will have to pay to replace that hybrid battery one day.
Story
I took a whole bunch of pallets from a tractor supply store and drove down the road with a whole bunch of people staring at me as I drove down the interstate with my hatch completely up and the pallets secured in my hippie car with a scarf.
Pros
The car has amazing gas mileage. I average one tank of gas about every two months, at an average of 48 mph in the city. The touch-screen GPS, radio system, and the nice bass are enjoyable. I enjoy the fact that there is more storage space in my car than a sedan so I can load moderately sized things in it without having to worry about borrowing a truck to load. I also like the backup camera because I'm lazy as hell and enjoy not having to do my part as a responsible driver because my car can do it for me.
Cons
The hatchback design prevents an efficient way to actually be responsible and turn around when backing up, so you almost have to rely on the back up camera. I do not like that you cannot use the GPS while driving. I will sometimes make an error or get lost on a drive in my hometown and would like to use the GPS right then. Also, a minor issue is my AUX port died recently and made me very sad. You cannot jump start off other peoples' cars and your regular 9V battery is in the trunk, which is poor placement.