At a Glance
|Pricing||$18,950 - $23,230|
|Engines||1.5l I4 HEV|
|Fuel Economy||53 (city), 46 (highway)|
Toyota has grown the successful Prius hybrid into a family of vehicles. The new Prius C extends Toyota's proven hybrid technology into a smaller, lighter and more affordable vehicle. The smaller size and weight pays dividends in fuel efficiency. Although the Prius C is slightly larger than the Yaris 5d, its EPA rating of 53 City / 46 Hwy clearly exceeds that of the Yaris (30 City / 38 Hwy). The Prius C is a traditional 5d hatchback with a tall rear roofline (the Prius has a steeply raked fastback). The rear seat folds for hauling bulky items.
The all-new Prius C is a more compact dedicated hybrid model sized between the Yaris and the Prius. The Prius C pairs a 1.5l four-cylinder with an electric motor to improve fuel efficiency.
Following the U.S. debut of the all-new 2012 Prius c at the 2012 North American International Auto Show here, Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., plans to bring this dynamically styled, five-door hatchback to market in March of 2012, and introduce Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive to the subcompact segment. The letter "c" represents "city" in the Prius c name. Designed to function as an urban-friendly vehicle with an engaging driving experience, hatchback utility, and a city...Read.
|Prius c One||1.5l I4 HEV (99-bhp)||CVT||FWD||53/46/50||41||$18,950|
|Prius c Two||1.5l I4 HEV (99-bhp)||CVT||FWD||53/46/50||41||$19,900|
|Prius c Three||1.5l I4 HEV (99-bhp)||CVT||FWD||53/46/50||41||$21,635|
|Prius c Four||1.5l I4 HEV (99-bhp)||CVT||FWD||53/46/50||41||$23,230|