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Toyota Prius

2010 Toyota Prius – Click above for high-res image gallery When car buyers think of hybrids, the name that most often springs to mind is the Toyota Prius since it was the first really practical hybrid to come to market and has sold more than any other examples. Yes, of course, the original…

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2015 Toyota Prius
MSRP: $24,200 - $30,005
2014 Toyota Prius
MSRP: $24,200 - $30,005
2013 Toyota Prius
MSRP: $24,200 - $30,005
2012 Toyota Prius
MSRP: $24,000 - $29,805
2011 Toyota Prius
MSRP: $21,650 - $28,790
Toyota wants 30 percent of China sales to be hybrids

That's A Tall Target From Today's Numbers

Japan's Nikkei reports that Toyota wants hybrids to make up 30 percent of its sales in China. As of now, Toyota's hybrid sales are in the low single-digits.
Toyota lowering Prius sticker prices in California

Prius C, Plug-In Hybrid Get Biggest Markdowns

Toyota marks down Prius variants in Southern California to spur sales.
Toyota's new TNGA platform could boost Prius to 58 mpg

Toyota's integrated design, development, and build processes under the Toyota New Global Architecture banner could bestow the 2016 Prius with 58 mpg combined.
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2010 Toyota Prius
$13,900 / 60,545 miles / NJ
2011 Toyota Prius
$11,799 / 97,978 miles / NJ
2010 Toyota Prius
$13,199 / 83,321 miles / NJ
Rolling Coal: America's political divide reaches the roads [w/videos]

Jason Mendelson was driving his Toyota Prius in the right lane of Interstate 64 near Richmond, Virginia, when a white pickup truck with two protruding smokestacks cut into the lane ahead.
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Review: The Ford C-Max Guide to the Galaxy
For more than a decade, Toyota has dominated the hybrid car market with the Prius brand. Now, Ford Motor Co. is mounting a challenge to its Japanese rival with an all-new brand, C-Max.
5,000 Toyota Prius V models recalled due to airbag issue

Toyota is recalling 5,000 Prius V models over a faulty passenger-side airbag sensor that may not detect a passenger in the event of an accident.
Toyota Recalls 1.9 Million Prius Hybrids

Software glitch could cause vehicles to stall

Toyota is recalling 1.9 million hybrid Prius cars globally for a software glitch that could cause the vehicle to stall.
Toyota recalling 1.9M Prius models globally for software update

Toyota has announced a set of voluntary recalls covering 960,000 Prius, RAV4, Tacoma and Lexus RX350 models in the United States to address two separate issues. Worldwide, Toyota will have to recall a total of 1.9 million Prius cars.
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