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The 2019 Toyota Prius AWD-e Starts at $27,300

The cheapest Prius is $24,690

Toyota is aiming to take advantage of an uptick in interest in the perceived security of all-wheel drive by offering the 2019 Prius with an AWD-e option. After the car debuted at the 2018 L.A. Auto Show, Toyota announced the cheapest AWD Prius will start at $27,300 with destination. For the new model year, in addition to slight exterior alterations, Toy

Toyota recalls 2.4 million Prius and Auris hybrids over stalling

An earlier recall didn't solve the problem

An earlier recall didn't solve the problem

Toyota to recall more than 1 million vehicles for fire risk

2016-2018 Prius hybrid unit harnesses could wear and short-circuit

Toyota will recall some 192,000 vehicles in the United States to mitigate a fire risk related to hybrid power unit harnesses.

Here are the top 5 trade-ins for Tesla Model 3s

The list is a bit of a mixed bag

The list is a bit of a mixed bag.

Japanese team drives Toyota Prius from Paris to Dakar

It's 4,350 miles, with a few camels along the way

Toyota makes numerous vehicles one would readily associate with the legendary Paris-Dakar rally, but the Prius might not come to mind as the first choice for the Sahara desert. But that's the car a Japanese driver team chose for their 4,350-mile adventure.

Toyota Prius Alternatives Part 1: Hybrids and a Diesel

You can have efficiency without sacrificing the driving experience.

The Toyota Prius gets great fuel mileage, but it's boring. Take a look at these fuel-efficient alternatives that are a lot more interesting to drive.

Subaru PHEV coming later this year using Toyota Prius Prime tech

Plug-in hybrid hasn't been identified, but it could be Crosstrek or Forester

Subaru plans to release an all-wheel drive PHEV this year based on a current model, using some hybrid internals from the Toyota Prius Prime.

Toyota sold record 1.52 million hybrids in 2017

That's three years ahead of its goal.

Now it's time to sell more hydrogen and battery electric vehicles.

Least favorite vehicles of 2017

The Autoblog staff has driven a lot of vehicles in 2017. This video showcases our least favorite vehicles from this year, along with some thoughts on why they made the list. Wanna read more head over to

Ford C-Max Energi dead, C-Max Hybrid soon to join it

Ford buries the hatchback.

Ford closes the doors on the C-Max Hybrid and C-Max Energi.

October green-car sales rise despite Model 3 delay

Toyota turns positive, offsetting a tepid month from Ford.

Plug-in and hybrid demand edges up as Toyota, GM and Honda gains offset slowing Ford growth, Leaf decline.

Toyota adds Prius One trim at lower price of $24,360

It's still more expensive than the Hyundai Ioniq and Kia Niro.

The standard safety system adds value, though.

Toyota announces new, more efficient powertrains for 60 percent of its vehicles by 2021

This means traditional, hybrid, and electric propulsion.

The company is working on front-, rear-, and all-wheel-drive applications.

November: The happy-days-are-here-again, maybe, Edition

That 2015 stop-sale on VW diesels didn't hurt.

Chevy Volt, Ford Focus Hybrid, Nissan Leaf all had strong sales in November.

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