Since it's introduction, the Toyota Prius has set the standard for passenger car fuel economy in America. Toyota has expanded the Prius line up from the original Prius, now referred to by Toyota as the Prius Liftback, to include the Prius v, the plug-in Prius lift back, and now, the Prius c.
The Prius c is the smallest of the Prius family of cars. Smaller than even the Toyota Yaris on the exterior, it is also the most economical of the Prius family. With an EPA rating of 53 mpg city, 46 mpg highway, and 50 mpg combined, the Prius c, is the highest rated fuel economy car on sale in America.
While small on the exterior, the interior is quite roomy. ThePrius c can seat four adults inside comfortably. With the drivers seat adjusted for a 6 foot tall person, the backseat passenger will still have plenty of leg room. In the crowded urban environments in which we live in today, the small exterior size of the Prius c really shows its advantage.
Not only will the Prius see beat economical to run because of its fantastic fuel economy, is also economical because of its low price of entry. With a starting price at under $20,000, the Prius c brings real affordability to those who are looking for a new car, and who also want to be kind to the environment.
The Prius c comes with Bluetooth standard, and has enhanced voice recognition in certain trim levels. The Prius see also has available Toyota's Entune entertainment system as an option. Entune allows you to have apps such as Pandora, iHeart radio, open table, movie tickets.com, along with real-time traffic, weather, fuel prices, sports scores and weather come directly to you.
The Toyota Prius see is the latest member to the Prius family of cars, and proudly takes its place as the leader in fuel economy in America.