2002 Toyota Prius
247,321 Miles
$2,494

Arlington Heights, IL
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2002 Toyota Prius
162,706 Miles
$7,990

Burien, WA
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2002 Toyota Prius
215,129 Miles
$4,350

Boise, ID
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2002 Toyota Prius
153,351 Miles
$3,700

Albany, CA
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2002 Toyota Prius
128,763 Miles
$3,500

Cherry Hill, NJ
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2002 Toyota Prius
180,354 Miles
$6,995

Albuquerque, NM
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2002 Toyota Prius
88,734 Miles
$6,995

Norco , CA
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2002 Toyota Prius
178,725 Miles
$4,200

Santa Clara, CA
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2002 Toyota Prius
180,891 Miles
$3,490

Ann Arbor, MI
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2002 Toyota Prius
213,371 Miles
$4,995

Santa Rosa, CA
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2002 Toyota Prius
147,004 Miles
$3,000

Martinsburg, WV
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2002 Toyota Prius
147,000 Miles
$3,999

Seattle, WA
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2002 Toyota Prius
166,000 Miles
$2,500

Middlesex, NY
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2002 Toyota Prius
239,044 Miles
Accepting Offers

Belton, MO
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2002 Toyota Prius
180,000 Miles
Accepting Offers

Concord, NC
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2002 Toyota Prius
218,373 Miles
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Jackson, TN
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2002 Toyota Prius
88,014 Miles
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Rocky Mount, NC
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2002 Toyota Prius Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0

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2002 Toyota Prius - Really great on fuel

Casey
Marshall, Michigan
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
One of the things that I liked the most about my vehicle was that it usually can get me about 40 miles per gallon fuel economy. I can fill up the tank with gas for about 20 dollars, on average, and drive the whole week long before running out. It is also a very compact car so it's really easy to park in just about any parking space. It would be nicer to have a bigger trunk so I could transport more belongings, but it works very well for groceries and other things, even for having a smaller trunk area. My Toyota Prius really handles the road well. I have really not had many issues with it since purchasing. It could be a little bit fancier as far as its included features, but for the price I paid for it, I didn't really pay for any expensive features. I drive this car every day and have ... (more)
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Honestly, is just been really fun to have this car in general. It's a little bit small for a guy my size to be driving but its just right. My friends liked to poke fun at me for driving it in the beginning, until they heard how long my fuel lasts me, and then they all wanted one.
Pros
One of the things that I liked the most about my vehicle was that it usually can get me about 40 miles per gallon fuel economy. I can fill up the tank with gas for about 20 dollars, on average, and drive the whole week long before running out. It is also a very compact car so it's really easy to park in just about any parking space. My Toyota Prius really handles the road well. I have really not had many issues with it since purchasing.
Cons
It doesn't have a lot of trunk space, and it isn't loaded with features like some newer more expensive cars.

2002 Toyota Prius - I love my Prius.

Ashley
Berkley, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
It has amazing gas mileage. I average 44 miles per gallon! It is very easy to maintain. I have never had mechanical issues. I have 161,000 miles on the engine, and I believe I will make it to 300,000 miles easily. It is in nicer shape than many of my friends newer cars, and I bought it used. It still drives like a brand new car, and it is almost 15 years old. I am the second owner, and I will keep it until it falls apart. Then I fully intend to purchase another Prius!
Story
I have traveled across eight states with no cruise control in this car! South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Nebraska, New Mexico and Arizona have all been graced by the wheels of my Prius. It has never cost me more than $100 to go on a road trip in the American west in this car.
Pros
Fantastic gas mileage. Easy to maintain. Affordable to keep up with. Drives smoothly and actually handles very well in snow for a car its size. Tires and other parts are very easy to get, and many minor repairs can be DIYed. I have previously owned Fords, and they were mechanical nightmares. My Prius is older and has more miles and still gives me less problems.
Cons
Low horse power makes trips to the mountains difficult (I live in Colorado). There are no cup holders or arm rests, and it is not the most comfortable for long rides. It also does not have cruise control, so road trips are hard even though the car gets amazing gas mileage.

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