2006 Toyota Prius 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
There is no reason why this car cannot achieve 100+ mpg. Both the batteries and electric motors are underpowered. I would prefer that this be a plug-in electric car with a high-end on-board electric generator. That said, I achieve 40-45 mpg in the winter and 50- 55 mpg in the summer. I do not understand why the electric motor cannot power the car from a dead start without the gas-powered engine having to kick in.
GPS, camera for backing up, cruise control, CD changer, bluetooth, on- screen feedback about fuel economy
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