2013 Toyota Prius c
31,871 Miles
$13,333

Springfield, PA
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2013 Toyota Prius c
34,407 Miles
$12,995

Carlsbad, CA
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2013 Toyota Prius c
106,901 Miles
$8,452

Lawrence, MA
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2014 Toyota Prius c
45,465 Miles
$11,900

Haverhill, MA
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2014 Toyota Prius c
29,911 Miles
$13,500

Haverhill, MA
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2014 Toyota Prius c
13,533 Miles
$13,914

Framingham, MA
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2015 Toyota Prius c
17,166 Miles
$14,871

Fort Walton Beach, FL
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2014 Toyota Prius c
46,639 Miles
$12,988

Raleigh, NC
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2015 Toyota Prius c
16,590 Miles
$15,988

Raleigh, NC
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2013 Toyota Prius c
25,168 Miles
$14,950

Raleigh, NC
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2014 Toyota Prius c
61,031 Miles
$10,995

Springfield, OR
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2014 Toyota Prius c
57,134 Miles
$11,995

Springfield, OR
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2012 Toyota Prius c
91,583 Miles
$9,051

Lawrence, MA
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2015 Toyota Prius c
31,946 Miles
$12,500

Augusta, GA
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2014 Toyota Prius c
82,868 Miles
$10,968

Seekonk, MA
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2012 Toyota Prius c
82,747 Miles
$11,989

Thousand Oaks, CA
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2014 Toyota Prius c
47,792 Miles
$15,995

Skokie, IL
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2014 Toyota Prius c
27,569 Miles
$13,995

Huntington Beach, CA
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2013 Toyota Prius c
38,861 Miles
$13,695

Huntington Beach, CA
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2014 Toyota Prius c
18,958 Miles
$17,995

Ames, IA
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Toyota Prius c Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.6
Performance
3.4
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.6

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Toyota Prius c Owner Ratings & Reviews

2013 Toyota Prius c - Good, reliable hybrid

Clarksville, Tennessee
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
The car, for what it is, is excellent. It is a smaller car, so it's not ideal for families, but if you live in a city, it is a solid choice. It gets tremendous MPG (around 50 MPG) and is a smooth ride. The interior materials are high quality carpet and have held up well over the three years I've owned the car. I have experienced no issues with the key electronic components, including the stereo, and the mechanical parts of the car have had no problems while being in heavy use.
Story
I drove from Ohio to Tennessee and back in the car, which was the longest trip I've made in the Prius C. It was a smooth ride.
Pros
The main reason I purchased this car was its fuel efficiency. Under regular use, the car hovers around 45-50 miles per gallon, which is tremendous in today's expensive gas price world. New Toyota cars also come with ToyotaCare, which covers all maintenance and oil changes for the first 25,000 miles.
Cons
The car is expensive, which could be a deterrent for a lot of people. It's also a low to the ground and compact car, which might not be great for everyone.

2014 Toyota Prius c - Great little car for long commutes

Wauconda, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
The strength of this vehicle is the low gasoline consumption and the reliability. This car sends a message that being environmentally conscious is important to you.
Story
There is a display that tells you how many miles per gallon you average on a drive. I was pleasantly shocked when I saw 67 miles per gallon on a 25-mile drive. This was far better than what I expected.
Pros
This is great car for long commutes. On eco mode, on flat drives, the car can get more than 65 miles per gallon for 20+ mile drives. Came with blue-tooth enabled radio.
Cons
Very small trunk space. The back seat does not fold in half. Cruise control does not come standard.

2013 Toyota Prius c - Useful compact car for city driving

Kansas City, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I am overall very pleased with my Toyota Prius C. I use it for a variety of activities, and it has preformed very well with everything. Typical daily driving is around the city, where I am able to use mostly electric power. Every few weekends I take a longer trip where I use the gas engine, and still get over 50 mpg. I have also taken this car on a driving trip to the mountains over 8 hours away, and it peformed extremely well in a huge variety of terrain and weather conditions. Notably, handling was exceptional in snowy and icy conditions. The interior looks classy but sporty, and is easy to maintain. Darker colors do not show a lot of dirt, and the plastic is wearing well so far. The seats have gotten slightly stained with spills, but it's possible the stains will lift with c... (more)
Story
I recall driving my car on an icy highway late at night last winter, without any problems. I zoomed past a few trucks and a bunch of SUVs that slid off the road-- couldn't believe my little compact car handled so well.
Pros
The best thing is the great all-around handling of the car in a variety of bad weather and terrain conditions. The exceptional use of space for a compact car is also really awesome, and makes it a great all-purpose vehicle for a variety of life activities. I have done regular maintenance on my car since I got it (e.g.. oil changes, fluid checks) and have had no mechanical issues at all.
Cons
The seats have a lighter color inset, and this has become stained over the years. However, this may be removable. Also the battery will ultimately need to be replaced, but I think my savings on gas with primarily city commuting using the electric engine and great highway mpg will offset the cost.