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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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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
2010 Toyota Prius
MSRP: $21,400 - $28,070
Honda Accord barely edges Toyota Prius as California's best-selling car

The Toyota Prius narrowly lost its sales crown to the Honda Accord in California in 2014. Both models saw their sales numbers increase in the state for the year, but the Honda had the bigger boost.
Does the Toyota Prius still matter?

With Plug-In Cars, 40+ MPG Non-Hybrids Available, Why Care About The Aging Icon?

Toyota says the iconic gas-electric hybrid is still important because it provides a preview of how the Mirai fuel cell vehicle will land, in a culture that may not yet be ready for it.
Hyundai spotted testing Prius-style hybrid

Honda tried following the Toyota Prius model with the Insight, and Chevy has with the first-gen Volt. Now it's Hyundai's turn, as these latest spy shots from winter-testing in the Arctic Circle reveal.
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2013 Toyota Prius
$18,591 / 38,845 miles / NJ
2011 Toyota Prius
$12,944 / 97,978 miles / NJ
2011 Toyota Prius
$16,381 / 49,630 miles / NJ
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