2012 Toyota Prius c
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$13,599

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$12,998

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43,083 Miles
$14,599

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$12,998

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$15,998

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$12,998

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$12,998

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57,457 Miles
$10,000

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82,275 Miles
$9,895

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93,431 Miles
$11,908

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$12,995

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72,650 Miles
$9,980

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$8,995

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$11,498

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$8,995

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31,174 Miles
$14,495

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$6,991

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95,770 Miles
$9,998

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60,482 Miles
$12,500

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$6,900

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2012 Toyota Prius c Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0

2012 Toyota Prius c Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Toyota Prius c - Affordable, functional, and comfortable

Donald
Austin, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I love the fact that the Prius C is able to hold five people total in the car and still have room in the trunk to carry items. It's a functional car that is able to carry people, cargo, and get great gas mileage. It's a comfortable car with its synthetic leather, well-designed suspensions, and low maintenance, which is only oil changes and tires. The quality of the ride is superb, but the power lacked. Maintaining the car is super easy because it's only every 10,000 miles for an oil change and 5,000 for rotating the tires. My only gripe about that car is I wish it had a bit more power, but otherwise, it's a fantastic car for the price. This car will get passed by just about any car on the road if the driver wants to pass the Prius C, but with normal drivers, the car pulls just fine and... (more)
Story
A fun memory for me is when I achieved 88.8 MPG with my Prius C, which I was completely going down hill or crawling in electric mode for about 5-6 miles because traffic was so awful. To this date, that is my record for best gas mileage, and I find it fun every time to drive to see the best gas mileage I can achieve for the driving environment I am in.
Pros
Top things about the car is the ability to get great gas mileage with being able to carry four passengers and carry luggage in the trunk. The size of the car is perfect for the city and still functional to carry any item needed unless its furniture or large items meant for trucks to carry. The gas mileage varies between 40-50 mpg for myself. I see that other drivers can get above 50 mpg on a normal day, but I have a bit of a heavy foot. It still gets better gas mileage even at 40 than my previous cars that I've driven in the past.
Cons
The only negative to the car is the horsepower and torque. It has 99 horsepower, so it struggles a lot getting past other cars with higher horsepower, but it's an economical car meant to get high gas mileage so it's expected. Do not try to speed in this car because it does not have the horsepower to do so. It can keep up with traffic, but it cannot pass a sports car if that driver is attempting to pass you. The brakes are normally the problem for hybrid vehicles due to the regenerative brakes that are on the car to help recharge the battery. The top portion when you press down on the brake... (more)

2012 Toyota Prius c - Best car ever.

Denise
Randolph, Vermont
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The Prius C is a perfect mix of workhorse and hybrid efficiency. I have found that it has fantastic acceleration when called for but can also quietly cruise for maximum fuel efficiency on the highways without a hitch. I was not sure what to expect when I bought the car outside of savings at the pump, but I've since become convinced that it's easily the best (and most fun) car I've ever owned. The only area that could use improvement is the trunk space, which is oddly split in half with a shelf that you can't really even access. Otherwise, not a single complaint.
Story
My main memory is actually when I bought the car. I was driving a Ford Mustang at the time, and it definitely felt like I was turning in my man card trading a Mustang for a Prius. But the Mustang was dying, and the Prius' gas mileage was so much better that I actually saved money by upgrading to the Prius in terms of overall monthly cost.
Pros
Far away, the greatest pro is the fuel efficiency. I drive mostly highway for my daily commute, and I easily get around 50 MPG, even during the colder winter months. The console is slick and easy to use and connects perfectly via Bluetooth to my phone with minimal hassle. All of the car and radio controls are right where my hands would expect them to be and felt very intuitive. I was also impressed with the acceleration of the car, as I expected a hybrid to be a bit more of a "tank." It wouldn't be confused for a sports car, but it definitely hustles when I step on the gas.
Cons
The trunk has a shelf feature, which you would think would be handy. However, it ends up just cutting the trunk space in half, and when you open the trunk, it folds up, so whatever you might think about storing on it dumps into the back seat. I'm not exactly sure the point of the shelf system and would definitely prefer an increase to the overall trunk space.

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