2013 Toyota Prius v
80,835 Miles
$15,975

Kalamazoo, MI
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2016 Toyota Prius v
45,053 Miles
$18,498

Burlington, NC
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2014 Toyota Prius v
120,277 Miles
$14,999

Grimes, IA
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2016 Toyota Prius v
32,099 Miles
$25,691

Abilene, TX
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2014 Toyota Prius v
40,750 Miles
$18,482

Lodi, CA
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2012 Toyota Prius v
45,139 Miles
$15,490

Boulder, CO
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2013 Toyota Prius v
34,068 Miles
$20,991

Boulder, CO
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2013 Toyota Prius v
68,584 Miles
$14,798

Cincinnati, OH
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2016 Toyota Prius v
21,490 Miles
$23,950

Austin, TX
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2012 Toyota Prius v
55,288 Miles
$14,227

Framingham, MA
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2013 Toyota Prius v
44,156 Miles
$16,679

Framingham, MA
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2013 Toyota Prius v
55,537 Miles
$17,999

Grimes, IA
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2012 Toyota Prius v
72,352 Miles
$13,927

Terre Haute, IN
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2014 Toyota Prius v
47,015 Miles
$19,999

Grimes, IA
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2014 Toyota Prius v
69,169 Miles
$15,950

Daytona Beach, FL
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2012 Toyota Prius v
34,994 Miles
$14,995

Denison, TX
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2014 Toyota Prius v
39,852 Miles
$17,475

Denison, TX
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2012 Toyota Prius v
32,357 Miles
$14,995

Denison, TX
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2012 Toyota Prius v
42,689 Miles
$14,437

Denison, TX
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2015 Toyota Prius v
15,403 Miles
$17,886

Tallahassee, FL
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Toyota Prius v Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
17 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.6
Performance
3.7
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.5

Toyota Prius v Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Toyota Prius v - Reasonably Good Looking, Solidly Built, Good Fuel Economy

Brenda
Federal Way, Washington
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
This is a good looking vehicle that gets 45 mpg. The paint is white with metallic flecks that gives it a pearl appearance. It has aluminum wheels that makes it look a little sporty. The interior is light beige, and the light color makes it seem larger inside. We haven't experienced any mechanical problems. You only have to change the oil every 10,000 miles. (This was a change made after we purchased the vehicle, so the owners manual says 5,000 miles, and the oil change light comes on at 5,000 miles, which is annoying, but you can reset it.) It's keyless, so it's really easy to get in and out, and you just put the key in your pocket, and you are good to go. The vehicle has a lot of road noise, likely because it doesn't have a lot of insulation to keep the weight down and the gas mile... (more)
Story
We don't take this car very far from our house, but the most fun thing we do with this vehicle is take it to Mount Rainier for hiking. When it's warm and sunny, you can drive up to the mountain twice a week and not worry about the expense of gas. You can listen to your tunes through the Bluetooth, and it's just a nice, enjoyable day.
Pros
The best thing about this car is the fuel economy. The second best thing about this car is its appearance. It's good looking, and I feel like I am being conscientious about the environment when I am driving it. I like the blue tooth for telephone and for audio entertainment. I listen to books when driving, so I can listen to them on the car speaker system using my iPhone.
Cons
The one thing I dislike most about the car is the road noise. I also don't like the hard seats and the heat and defrost are really hard to control. If you use the auto temperature setting, the windows steam up so you have to change it to defrost, but then your feet get cold. There is no way that I know of to turn up the temperature without using the auto setting. There are other aspects too that I dislike (although the pros outweigh the cons): (1) There is limited visibility out the rear of the car. (2) The hatchback doesn't automatically go up. (3) The dashboard is not bright enough w... (more)

2014 Toyota Prius v - Economical and Great Cargo Space

DK
Roanoke, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
This is our second Prius purchase. We decided to buy the Prius V this time, as it has a little more cargo room in it. Our first was in 2005 and this 2014 is still a very high quality vehicle. The car now has 27,000 miles on it and runs as if we just brought it home new. The interior looks like new still, also. If there are any spills, it cleans right up. Cargo space in this car is really a plus. We have 2 medium dogs and a small dog and they ride comfortably in the back, if we take them with us. Four adults on a lengthy trip are very comfortable and there is plenty of room for bags, etc in the back. We are tent campers and have taken the car camping more than once. Although we camp fairly light, the tent, airbed, sleeping bags, cooler and all the chairs and smaller things fit in the ca... (more)
Story
This car sometimes also goes to stay with my daughter at school. She manages properties as a part time job at school and does everything from A to Z-painting, caulking, cleaning, decorating, advertising etc. Although pretty peppy the car may not go from 0 to 60 in 30 seconds, but it goes to the mountains camping, then gets loaded the next weekend to tile and caulk and paint an apartment. The w... (more)
Pros
Pros would be: 1) the gas economy and the savings over the life of the car 2) the smooth, quiet ride 3) more cargo space than the regular Prius 4) the quality of the interior 5) it is an easy car to drive, with many conveniences such as cruise
Cons
There are only a couple of things that I can think of that are negatives; 1) our original Prius allowed you to enter any door that was locked as long as you had the key fob on you, this new one does not allow all doors to open, but only the driver's door 2) our first had push button on the door handle to lock it and this one requires that you dig for the key fob and use it to lock the car. Since you do not need the key fob to drive it, this is really kind of inconvenient. I do think you can get the similar features to our first Prius if you move up to a more expensive model, however. 3) As... (more)

2010 Toyota Prius v - A great car for the right driver

EAD
San Diego, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I have had this car for six years, and overall it has been great. However, owning this car only makes sense if you drive a lot. It's a fantastic car to run around town and to travel short-to-medium distances. I feel safe and in-control when I'm driving the car, even though it is a small vehicle. I also feel like there is an adequate amount of power for the car, even though it is a lightweight hybrid vehicle.
Story
The car does well driving in the mountains, provided you have good roads.
Pros
I have consistently got over 50 miles per gallon of gas with this car, but mileage also depends on how much uphill and downhill driving you do. The car is very sturdy, and is holding up nicely after six years. So far, at almost 70,000 miles, nothing major has gone wrong with the car. It is easy to drive, and has good handling. Despite the small size, the car is really quite roomy. The car also has a good resale value.
Cons
The Prius has poor visibility in back, and it can be hard to see from several angles out the front due to the design of the windshield. And with the low profile, it is also often difficult to see around other vehicles. It's not very comfortable to drive long distances. The car can be quite loud because you can hear a lot of road noise. The ride can be bouncy because the car is light-weight and tends to blow in the wind a little.

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