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Toyota Prius Springfield, MA OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Sarah
Sarah
Cordaville, Massachusetts
3.0
Satisfied
This car is smooth to drive and gas mileage is a big plus - gas is not a huge expense. However, in my experience the tires and prone to popping more so than other cars, not sure if this is maybe due to a small frame. Plenty of ample trunk space and backseat for a vehicle so small. I personally am not the best at parking so it's good to have a compact car. With snow tires in the winter it does not matter that it does not have 4WD. Bluetooth is great.
Jeremy
Jeremy
West Springfield Town, Massachusetts
4.0
Incredible fuel efficiency - not a comfortable ride
I drive a 2010 Toyota Prius with the level IV Trim, which includes heated leather seats and fold-able side mirrors among other features. My absolute favorite thing about driving my Prius is the fact that I always get at least 45 MPG (that's in the winter when I have the heat on blast) and in the summer I usually get 50 or 51 MPG. I've never spent more than $25 to fill my tank and I usually get between 400-450 miles on a fill-up. The Prius is surprisingly spacious, although I wouldn't necessarily say it's incredibly comfortable to sit in for long road trips. One of my friends is 6'4" and he can fit in the passenger seat, which was a huge surprise to us. One of my favorite things about my car is that the rear seats fold down and I can fit my bike or small kayak that I own in the backseat when I'm adventuring outdoors during the summer. I'd say that it definitely takes time to get accustomed to how low to the ground I sit when driving, and the front windshield is really long (I'm not sure if that sounds weird, but I'm sure most Prius drivers know what I'm talking about). Clearing snow off of the car in the winter is also pretty simple because the different areas of the car are pretty curvy and the snow just slides right off. My back gets a little sore if I sit in the car for multiple hours, but I always feel like my fuel efficiency greatly outweighs any negative feelings I have about my choice of vehicle.

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