Location & Radius
Make, Model, & Trim
Year Range

to

Price Range

to


Max Mileage

0 mi.

Doors
Body Types
Fuel Efficiency
Fuel Type
Cylinders

exterior
interior
Cabin Type
Rear Wheel
Bed Type

15 Toyota Prius results

automobile-icon

Need help finding the right vehicle?

Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius One
77,304 Miles
Warrenton, VA
380
days on market
13%
more than similar listings
380
days on market
$15,995
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Three
77,404 Miles
Easton, MD
15
days on market
5%
more than similar listings
15
days on market
$15,500
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Five
121,361 Miles
Harrisburg, PA
2
days on market
25%
more than similar listings
2
days on market
$15,500
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Four
133,036 Miles
Baltimore, MD
25
days on market
23%
more than similar listings
25
days on market
$14,990
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Four
108,960 Miles
Richmond, VA
19
days on market
1%
more than similar listings
19
days on market
$13,400
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Four
53,776 Miles
Vienna, VA
2
days on market
7%
less than similar listings
2
days on market
$15,000
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Three
54,403 Miles
Falls Church, VA
36
days on market
10%
more than similar listings
36
days on market
$17,635
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Two
41,265 Miles
Chantilly, VA
30
days on market
10%
more than similar listings
30
days on market
$17,889
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Two
52,185 Miles
Harrisburg, PA
44
days on market
11%
more than similar listings
44
days on market
$17,490
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Three
123,260 Miles
Fredericksburg, VA
44
days on market
5%
more than similar listings
44
days on market
$12,990
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Three
85,201 Miles
Gaithersburg, MD
8
days on market
19%
more than similar listings
8
days on market
$16,998
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Two
94,283 Miles
Woodbridge, VA
47
days on market
25%
more than similar listings
47
days on market
$16,998
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Four
73,101 Miles
Henrico, VA
16
days on market
--
16
days on market
$14,900
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius Two
90,501 Miles
Falls Church, VA
15
days on market
3%
more than similar listings
15
days on market
$14,300
Toyota 2015 Prius
2015 Toyota Prius One
95,814 Miles
Fredericksburg, VA
12
days on market
7%
more than similar listings
12
days on market
$13,995

2015 Toyota Prius OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
5 star
100%
4 star
0%
3 star
0%
2 star
0%
1 star
0%
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Style
5.0
Performance
4.5
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
Write a review
Melissa
Melissa
Alburtis, Pennsylvania
5.0
Love the Prius
The Prius has been the best vehicle I have ever owned. The gas mileage is incredible, we average about 50 mpg and that's with a lot of highway driving. We have had it for 1 year 6 months, have put 62,000 miles on it and so far the only things we have had to replace are the tires and we just did that last week. My husband and I travel a lot for work and we are able to comfortably fit our two kids, both in car seats, ourselves, and everything we need for a week in that car. Also the seats can flip down flat so we can also put our four large breed dogs in there at once (two German shepherds, a great dane, and a hound mix). The car lets you put how much the gas cost each time you fill up so at the end of the month, you can see how much you paid for gas. It drives really smooth and the back up cam shows everything behind you. It also has good take off power. I always thought hundreds were slow to start moving until I had one. The only downside I have had with this car is that it isn't great in icy weather. We got stuck on a hill after it started snowing and had to turn back. Also, if you are parked with the car running, the gas engine will turn on and off which if you have small child, can wake them up. Other than that its been a great car and we plan on getting another one when we can.
Fall River, Massachusetts
5.0
null
All of the Prius virtues, while improving the driving position, making stability control standard, and adding a larger engine. Although acceleration and the 44 mpg overall fuel economy remained the same, the car offered better crash protection and more available amenities. Typically, the car propels itself on electric power up to about 25 mph, and then the engine starts to provide motivation, as well as recharging the battery. Brake pedal feel is a bit touchy, but easy to get used to. The ride is firm and handling a bit reluctant. Still, the hatchback configuration, upright stance and roomy rear seat make the Prius one of the most sensible choices out there. Throw in bulletproof reliability and low running costs and you have an ideal transportation solution. Just be aware the car is mundane to drive, loud on rough pavement, buzzy when accelerating hard and the interior is rather cheap in look and feel.