2009 Toyota Prius 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
Prius is only good during dry weather and gives 45+ mpg average. During the last 2 winter season I always get worried I may not make it home because on uphill it would not make it. I always have to make a detour to reach home. In rainy or wet road -- slippage, the sensor get crazy. How come other small cars can make it on uphill with snow? Do I have to replace the tires that are more responsive to wet and snow? But these are the recommended tires for this car. I only have 21,000 miles to date. This is fun to drive but only on a dry road but not good on wet and snowy road of New Jersey.
nav, mpg, bluetooth, interior space
review recommended tires performance for the car.i read tires review of original prius tires and they are BAD - only 2 stars.is this part of cost reduction?
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