2004 Toyota Prius
181,922 Miles
$5,597

Prescott, AZ
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2004 Toyota Prius
239,236 Miles
$4,900

Richmond, CA
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2004 Toyota Prius
162,366 Miles
$5,999

Spokane, WA
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2004 Toyota Prius
272,460 Miles
$3,950

Midland, TX
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2004 Toyota Prius
77,400 Miles
$6,652

Springfield, VA
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2004 Toyota Prius
142,253 Miles
$7,888

Glendale, CA
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2004 Toyota Prius
151,677 Miles
$2,900

Bedford, VA
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2004 Toyota Prius
201,766 Miles
$3,695

Houston, TX
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2004 Toyota Prius
159,862 Miles
$4,499

Winston Salem, NC
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2004 Toyota Prius
179,570 Miles
$3,995

Longmont, CO
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2004 Toyota Prius
128,000 Miles
$6,495

Milwaukie, OR
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2004 Toyota Prius
148,463 Miles
$5,900

Brighton, CO
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2004 Toyota Prius
144,963 Miles
$3,590

Roanoke, VA
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2004 Toyota Prius
157,200 Miles
$5,400

Cornelius, OR
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2004 Toyota Prius
131,882 Miles
$7,999

San Diego, CA
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2004 Toyota Prius
162,000 Miles
$3,488

Oakland Park, FL
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2004 Toyota Prius
170,422 Miles
$3,500

Dallas, TX
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2004 Toyota Prius
85,145 Miles
$7,995

Sacramento, CA
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2004 Toyota Prius
133,079 Miles
$7,995

Sacramento, CA
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2004 Toyota Prius
254,225 Miles
$2,950

Happy Valley, OR
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2004 Toyota Prius Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0

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2004 Toyota Prius - Great car that needs more power

JW
Willow Grove, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
I have owned this vehicle for 2.5 Years and am overall satisfied. It does awesome on fuel mileage and is good quality with relatively few problems and low maintenance. I average about 44 mpg around town and on the highway. It does not need more power for when the battery is low and cannot provide additional boost from the electric motor but Toyota appears to have changed that with their newer models. I have trouble going up the large hills quickly near my house when the battery is low. The interior quality is good as well with no broken items after 11 years of use.
Story
I was out of gas but was able to get to a nearby gas station on battery power alone. That was cool.
Pros
The most positive things about this vehicle are lower maintenance, great fuel mileage, and good quality. I really like the key fob that allows me to just walk up to the card and open it without fiddling with my keys. It does save me time in the end especially when my hands are really full. I can also lock it by pushing a button on the outside of the door handle so I do not need to dig in my pocket for the remote key lock or hit the lock button on the inside of the door.
Cons
It has low power when only the gasoline engine is providing power. Especially in the summer when the AC drains the battery quickly if sitting in traffic it gets annoying when try to accelerate quickly again.

2004 Toyota Prius - Absolutely Brilliant

A.R.
Independent Hill, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
My family has been a Prius family. We bought our first in 2001, the first generation Prius, and it is still running today. The car that I currently drive was purchased in 2004, a second generation Prius, and I would not give it up for anything. The drive is smooth. It can handle speed bumps, train tracks, and gravel with ease. The pedals are responsive and differing pressure actually brake at differing speeds - which has not been the case with all of the cars I've driven. When you want to brake slowly, it lets you do that, but it also can stop in a moment's notice when a wayward cat runs out in front of you. The Second Generation Prius was one of the first push to start and keyless entry cars, at least one of the first I had ever seen. To this day, I still have people who are amazed wh... (more)
Story
Back in 2005 or so, when the second generation Prius came out, my family was sought out by a magazine reporter doing an article on the Prius. When the author found out we had both the first generation and the second generation Prius, he asked us to be more involved in the article, and to even be in a picture with our two Priuses. My father agreed, and so there is a picture of my family sitting... (more)
Pros
Keyless entry and push to start are my two favorite features. However, my wallet's favorite feature is the ability to go 440 miles on an 11 gallon tank of gas.
Cons
When you arrive at your destination, if you turn off your music then get on your phone real quick before getting out you may forget to turn off the car. Sadly, this has happened more than once for me. But the Prius will beep at you when you try to lock your door just to tell you it's still awake.

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