2010 Toyota Prius Review

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2010 Toyota Prius

The first big pro of this outstanding vehicle is its first-class fuel

The EPA rates it at 50 mpg city and 39 highway, but by driving the Prius can deliver better economy. We’ve of results as high as 75 mpg being by drivers willing to make use of the Prius’s technology – as the Prius’s new battery-only EV driving – combined with efficient driving techniques.

The hybrid technology delivering impressive results has been for awhile, but the 2010 Prius has featurs that really on it.

It’s aerodynamic drag is .25, for example, which is one of the ever achieved for a production The powertrain has been reconfigured for weight, without any sacrifice in And the 4 cylinder engine’s displacement has increased from 1.6 to 1.8 litre.

has resulted, albeit counter-intuitively in improved gas mileage performance.

Another pro of the new Prius hybrid is its which is surprising in a car that such great gas mileage. expect to sacrifice more in and comfort to get this hybrid’s mileage results, but no sacrifice is as far as the Prius is concerned. It is roomy for most driving needs.

the 2010 Prius is a sharp ride. With its aggressive and stylish arrow-inflected head and lamps, this Toyota heads. It may not be quite as snazzy as the Altima hybrid, but with the better gas mileage we think the looks just fine, you.

2010 Toyota Prius

There’s not much not to like this gas-miserly Toyota The biggest knock on it for us is its price a sticker of $21,750.00.

The Honda comes in at under $20,000.00, although it may be a bit less roomy the Prius, it’s probably a choice if economy is your concern.

Another criticism of this is that it still, for all its improvements, like a hybrid. The only way to how you feel about this is to test drive it yourself. compare its handling to the Nissan hybrid.

Finally, some drivers have complained the Prius’s console design has in less knee room for Again, test drive the yourself to see if this is a concern for

2010 Toyota Prius Bottom Line

We’re looking for the best hybrid car and Toyota hybrid is on our short

With good looks, room, adequate handling, and gas mileage this Toyota disappoint.

You may be able to do better the sticker price of $21,750, if you around.

If you’re going to get a vehicle the 2010 Toyota is an good choice. If you can’t afford it, try modifying your habits and otherwise using our and techniques to improve gas mileage. You can do a lot to your current ride fuel efficient; buy a new hybrid only if you can afford the substantial

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