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2004 Toyota Prius: How Long Should a Seat Last?

June 14, 2010

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I've been driving our long-term Toyota Prius quite a bit lately, and I can't shake the feeling that the driver's seat isn't as comfortable as it used to be. I start getting fidgety after 30 minutes or so, and get out after an hour with a stiff lower back.

From the photo alone, you can tell the Prius' interior has taken somewhat of a beating, but is the seat cushion really wearing down after 70,000 miles, or am I just getting old?

Wait, don't answer that.

Kelly Toepke, News Editor @ 70,188 miles

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