2015 Toyota Prius
32,969 Miles
$13,999

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2015 Toyota Prius
19,108 Miles
$14,999

Miami, FL
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2015 Toyota Prius
32,971 Miles
$17,991

Roswell, GA
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2015 Toyota Prius
20,066 Miles
$18,034

Bremerton , WA
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2015 Toyota Prius
7,165 Miles
$23,730

Bremerton , WA
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2015 Toyota Prius
10,077 Miles
$19,927

Ardmore, PA
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2015 Toyota Prius
29,413 Miles
$20,955

Ardmore, PA
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2015 Toyota Prius
43,675 Miles
$14,986

Miami, FL
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2015 Toyota Prius
48,525 Miles
$14,500

Canton, MA
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2015 Toyota Prius
53,653 Miles
$16,995

Little Falls, NJ
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2015 Toyota Prius
70,030 Miles
$13,354

Little Falls, NJ
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2015 Toyota Prius
19,162 Miles
$18,000

Milwaukee, WI
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2015 Toyota Prius
76,937 Miles
$14,991

Seaside, CA
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2015 Toyota Prius
34,638 Miles
$17,992

Boulder, CO
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2015 Toyota Prius
34,745 Miles
$18,925

Ardmore, PA
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2015 Toyota Prius
35,914 Miles
$19,891

Los Angeles, CA
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2015 Toyota Prius
39,983 Miles
$17,390

Hodgkins, IL
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2015 Toyota Prius
39,712 Miles
$16,980

Hodgkins, IL
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2015 Toyota Prius
30,625 Miles
$18,795

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29,163 Miles
$16,983

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2015 Toyota Prius Buyer's Guide

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

2015 Toyota Prius Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Toyota Prius -

Prius Owner
Fall River, Massachusetts
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
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 mu... (more)
Story
This past summer my wife and I participated in a Scavenger Hunt. The picture at left was worth 750 points. We left at 2:00 PM on Sunday afternoon and arrived at 2:00 AM (local time) the next day, taking pictures of state line signs, national parks, deer, misspelled signs and anything else so that we could get back the 5,000 points another team received for flying in someone worth 5,000 points.... (more)
Pros
It still makes 44-47 miles per gallon on road trips and 47-52 miles per gallon with in-city driving. Yep, that seems backwards but it isn’t since the breaking system is part of the battery re-charging process. It still has great amount of storage space for us. It regularly carries 4 men and their reffing duffle bags, pet cages, luggage, etc. Heck, we actually successfully transported a full-sized chaise lounge home along with the two of us. It is still very comfortable for up to 4 adults and semi-comfortable for 5 if a couple of the adults are not large,. It drives fairly smooth – a lot sm... (more)
Cons
There weren’t any issues at all for 6 years. But in 2013, we’ve had to replace the 12v battery ($300), the solar sensor ($160), the water pump ($340 and this may still be covered – just need to submit a recall notice and receipt and see what happens), and the display stopped working but was recalled (that was covered by Toyota automatically, plus they covered our rental car for the 2+ weeks that it took to fix it thanks to that part breaking for a lot of people at once). In 2016, my husband got into an accident and we had to get the engine cradle bent back into shape and an alignment for $... (more)

2015 Toyota Prius - Love the Prius

Melissa
Alburtis, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
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... (more)
Story
The night we brought the car home and playing around with the door lock/unlock feature (you push a button on the handle and it locks, you open the handle and it unlocks). My husband and I thought this was such a neat thing and tried it several times before our two year old walked over to the car, touched the handle lightly and said "wow!". It made us laugh hard and is still a favorite story of... (more)
Pros
Great gas mileage and holds up well.
Cons
Not great on icy roads and the motor kicking on and off can be annoying.

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