2014 Toyota Prius c
4,359 Miles
$16,195

Rochester, NY
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2013 Toyota Prius c
32,898 Miles
$12,495

Rochester, NY
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2014 Toyota Prius c
23,957 Miles
$15,891

Durham, NC
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2014 Toyota Prius c
42,258 Miles
$15,910

Durham, NC
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2013 Toyota Prius c
42,885 Miles
$15,000

Louisville, KY
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2015 Toyota Prius c
60,306 Miles
$12,399

Lodi, CA
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2016 Toyota Prius c
12,160 Miles
$15,995

Medford, OR
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2013 Toyota Prius c
43,457 Miles
$12,800

Joliet, IL
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2014 Toyota Prius c
21,743 Miles
$14,000

Joliet, IL
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2014 Toyota Prius c
32,791 Miles
$12,300

Joliet, IL
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2014 Toyota Prius c
17,591 Miles
$13,000

Joliet, IL
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2013 Toyota Prius c
31,014 Miles
$13,754

Battle Creek, MI
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2015 Toyota Prius c
60,412 Miles
$12,987

Costa Mesa, CA
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2012 Toyota Prius c
73,808 Miles
$10,995

Willoughby Hills, OH
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2014 Toyota Prius c
14,835 Miles
$16,777

Northridge, CA
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2015 Toyota Prius c
16,160 Miles
$18,990

Madison, WI
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2016 Toyota Prius c
18,603 Miles
$15,995

Carlsbad, CA
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2014 Toyota Prius c
32,475 Miles
$14,477

Northridge, CA
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2016 Toyota Prius c
1,861 Miles
$17,077

Northridge, CA
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2015 Toyota Prius c
19,645 Miles
$15,877

Northridge, CA
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Toyota Prius c Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.6
Performance
3.4
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.6

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Toyota Prius c Owner Ratings & Reviews

2014 Toyota Prius c - A car for nerds (and that's a good thing)

Kansas City, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
The quality and overall experience were about what I'd expect from Toyota -- the dealer and service shop run like a well-oiled machine. The car itself is blue and basic, but is comfortable inside and well laid out -- everything in easy reach, nothing too confusing, enough space to fit people in the back seat. I liked the car because it was a lot of car for the money; I expected that the hybrid would be more, which it was but no hugely so, and it comes with a lot of features that help ease the price in a lowish end car.
Story
It's been a horrible year, so I haven't had a chance to do much driving for fun -- sorry I can't fill in a good story. OK -- here's one: I've been ill -- first surgery then weekly treatments. The car is bright blue. When my husband would come to pick me up, I could always tell it was him, which put a smile on my face.
Pros
Obviously, the mileage -- my husband uses it on his 30+ mile (one way!) Commute. Our last car required premium gas and only got about 25 miles to the gallon, so this has been a huge plus. The unintended thing is that the electronics are a stats geek's dream -- like what part of the system is powering driving or charging, how long the charge will go, live mileage info -- I know probably pretty standard in other electric or hybrid cars, but definitely fun.
Cons
Nothing, really. It's not flashy and has a boring reputation (but not as dull as the regular Prius). Our last car was an import sports car, and between the constant breakdowns, impossibility and expense of repair, we need a break from that type of car -- so we wanted dull. An unexpected plus to the "dull" compared to previous car -- it's not a cop magnet :)

2008 Toyota Prius c - Great purchase, small flaws

Hope Mills, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
My Prius C is the best purchase I've ever made. I bought a used Toyota Prius C actually from the car salesman at the lot I went to. He had to clean out his personals for me to take it home. In the past two years of owning it I have saved thousands of dollars with very little issue or maintenance needs. I rate the fuel economy it's highest asset.
Story
I hit our garbage can multiple times even with the backup camera.
Pros
Gas savings is clearly the best part of owning the car. I enjoy the hatchback trunk. It is extremely roomy. Whenever my wife buys furniture it fits well when I fold the seats down (which are very easy to lower). The cruise control is easy to set and very useful when driving long distances. The center display offers some really neat information about the fuel economy of the car and helps you optimize your driving speed v. Fuel usage. The backup camera is also nice. The duel glove compartments on the passenger side offer a good amount of storage.
Cons
When you do need to change the tire, the lugnuts are very difficult to remove. I had to call AAA to help. This shouldn't be an issue you ever really encounter though if you take good care of the tires and tire pressure. Sometimes when driving at night the odometer reflection glows in your line of sight in the windshield. This is most likely a height specific issue. The get-up-and-go with the Prius is minimal. Don't expect to zoom through any lights with this car.

2013 Toyota Prius c - Fun Little Car

Phoenix, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I was looking for a car that could fit my needs and also my budget. The Prius C seemed to be the best choice for me. It was not very expensive (about $15000) and still a nice size. I do not drive a lot but the fuel savings does add up, especially when gas is expensive. It is a 4-door car, which is a nice change from my other car. While not the best car on the market, it is great for the price point and still fun to drive. I have not had any issues with the battery and the ToyotaCare that comes with the car is a nice addition.
Story
I am able to drive to downtown Phoenix from Paradise Valley Mall for less than $0.50 In gas. That is a nice outcome.
Pros
The price is what brought me to the car in the first place. It was in my price range and still big enough. I looked at a Fiat but it was not large enough for my needs. The mileage is the best thing about the car. I have to get gas only about once every two months. It is almost a competition to see how long I can make a tank of gas go.
Cons
The car is not a fancy car. It does not go very fast. The model year that I bought was also very basic and lacks some of the gadgets that are in current models. The car is very lightweight, which sometimes does not make for a smooth ride.