2006 Toyota Prius
60,535 Miles
$7,700

Minnetonka, MN
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2006 Toyota Prius
183,167 Miles
$5,795

Golden Valley, MN
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2006 Toyota Prius
152,784 Miles
$8,000

Longview, WA
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2006 Toyota Prius
143,926 Miles
$4,700

Stuart, FL
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2006 Toyota Prius
140,880 Miles
$5,999

Crystal Lake, IL
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2006 Toyota Prius
169,808 Miles
$4,995

Pine Island, MN
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2006 Toyota Prius
262,157 Miles
$5,992

San Luis Obispo, CA
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2006 Toyota Prius
136,000 Miles
$9,541

Vancouver, WA
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2006 Toyota Prius
88,635 Miles
$5,795

Bedford, VA
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2006 Toyota Prius
70,105 Miles
$6,980

Bradenton, FL
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2006 Toyota Prius
55,622 Miles
$8,997

Leesburg, FL
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2006 Toyota Prius
72,930 Miles
$7,248

Ponca City, OK
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2006 Toyota Prius
111,135 Miles
$6,495

Honolulu, HI
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2006 Toyota Prius
183,451 Miles
$6,995

Jackson, MI
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2006 Toyota Prius
118,116 Miles
$6,981

Rockville, MD
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2006 Toyota Prius
73,090 Miles
$7,495

Ontario, CA
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2006 Toyota Prius
148,714 Miles
$7,557

Apex, NC
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2006 Toyota Prius
126,473 Miles
$6,999

San Diego, CA
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2006 Toyota Prius
124,010 Miles
$4,976

Murray, UT
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2006 Toyota Prius Buyer's Guide

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

2006 Toyota Prius Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Toyota Prius - The best car I have ever owned!

Brian
Bridgton, Maine
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The Prius has yet to fail me. I have owned many cars, and now that I have a Prius, I will never get a different type of car again. It is just the perfect size. I was worried about space, however it is very roomy inside. There is plenty of storage with a decent-sized trunk that has a privacy screen. The only con there is when using the screen, your storage in the trunk is cut in half and makes it limited. I love the built-in rear view camera for extra safety among many other safety features. I love the smart key technology, so when my hands are full and I am bringing my son to car, it senses the keys so I don't have to dig them out in order to unlock the door. Of course, the best part is it's hybrid, so the gas mileage is killer, and I don't have to charge it because it is half electric!
Story
First time I was driving it off the lot I couldn't figure out how to drive it. Once I got a lesson, I took off and did not realize the had the miles per hour in km! I was freaking out because there was no way I was going as fast as they said. I didn't realize it was in kilometers and thought I bought a broken car and didn't want it. I finally found the button after a huge anxiety attack and al... (more)
Pros
There are a lot of safety features, like rear back-up camera and beeping when it is in reverse. There are also a lot of beeps to warn you in situations, like when you open the door without car in park! I love that I can enter my maintenance right into the car, to be able to keep up on it such as when I did the last oil change! I also love the hands-free telephone and the fact I can tell my car to call someone...it keeps my eyes on the road!!! Overall, best car I have ever owned. So many pros compared to cons.
Cons
There are a few things I don't like about the Prius. I find the rear cup holder platform always snaps off very easy!! A big con with these cars is the price to replace the electric battery. They have to often be replaced and can almost cost as much as the car! The car is also very hard to figure out at first, and the manual lacks a lot of important information. I was so confused the first time when going to drive it. It is not like a traditional car, but once you get it, you are good to go and wont regret a thing!

2006 Toyota Prius -

Elizabeth
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I really love this car. This was my first hybrid vehicle (and, so far, my only hybrid vehicle), and the difference between this and my gas vehicle were very noticeable. I think the positives greatly outweigh the negatives for the Prius, and it is a car that I would highly recommend to people. Even though it is a used car, it still feels like one of the more forward-thinking cars that I have ever driven.
Story
When I moved out to California with my car, I drove it down the PCH to Malibu one Saturday afternoon. Knowing I was in a fuel efficient vehicle in one of the most beautiful places in the country made my heart swell with happiness.
Pros
I love the keyless entry. It's nice to just keep the key in my purse and not have to constantly dig around for it. I also love the center console and the screen that displays everything. I really appreciate seeing the fuel efficiency displayed. It is very visually appealing for me. I also love how much trunk space there is. I travel a lot, so I like being able to have ample room for both mine and my companions' luggage.
Cons
There aren't that many downsides to this car. The only thing I can really think of is that it's a bit difficult to see out of the back window. I'd like the back window to be wider and easier to see out of when I'm backing out. I know there is a reverse camera on the display, but I'd also like to be able to get an ample view of what is actually back there.

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