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2009 Toyota Prius OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Jason
Jason
Sherwood, Arkansas
3.0
Small, but good gas mileage
Overall, this has been a good car. We do have a family of four so it's a little small when we all travel in it together. But, usually when we do that, we take my wife's SUV. I mostly use this car for traveling to and from work. It gets great gas mileage which is the main reason I purchased it. The performance is okay when not in Eco mode (which is designed make the gas mileage even better). The design of the car suits me just fine, but my wife isn't crazy about it. In fact, she's not even crazy about driving it because of the way it looks. The reliability has been great.
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AH
Porterdale, Georgia
5.0
Economical Compact Ride
The economical nature of this car is the best feature. When we first purchased it in 2011, we were getting 50 mpg. Today we average around 46 mpg. I love the high tech features on the display panel that indicate your gas mileage/fuel efficiency in five minute increments of drive time. The display panel also allows the driver to change temperature/air conditioning and audio. The backup camera is a huge plus with young children around. I have no complaints about the functionality of all that. The styling of the body was a little futuristic at first, but I soon became accustomed to it. It could definitely be considered sleek. The build quality is fine, but some improvements could be made to improve the interior quality. Specifically the door panels, seat upholstery, and center console could be upgraded to give a more luxurious feel. The handling is great. Some people criticize Prius for not being able to "get up and go"; well, they must not be driving it right. Acceleration is not a problem, and speeding is easy. The car is very reliable, comfortable, and definitely practical. The only problem we have had thus far with the car is the gas tank and its ability to accurately indicate the gas level. The actual indicator on the dash panel is accurate, but the sensor inside the tank can be fickle when pumping gas. Randomly gas pumps may auto shut off in seconds so that you have to manually pump, pump, pump the gas into the car until you reach the desired level of gallons that you know your car is capable of holding. This is more likely to happen in warmer months. The other minor criticism I have is the small size of the hatchback. At first I thought it was spacious, until I had to haul giant strollers and tricycles and such and still make room for an emergency diaper change.