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2014 Toyota Prius c Four 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)


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lots of cargo room with rear seats folded down. very good visibllity in hwy driving. Fun to drive. Handles rough roads well... Mpg of 54 without even trying.


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Great car
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By Joe
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2014 Toyota Prius c Four 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)


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It's a Toyota. Excellent reputation, quality and comfort. Others complain about the storage but I brought home a 52" tv in mine. Very quiet except when floored. Not a GT or racer but great every day transportation. 40k miles and the tires are still about 60%. $30 for oil (Mobile 1 0w20 Green) and filter at autozone. I couldn't be more satisfied. I am a single retired guy so this might not be a good fit for a family with kids, but that would be true for any car this size.


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Great Little car,
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2014 Toyota Prius c Two 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)


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Very good car. Excellent workmanship, everything is tight with no rattles (as with Detroit products). Not a speedster but you get use to not pulling in front of people. This was my first Japanese car. I have had many Detroit specials, but no longer.


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A great purchase
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By Frank S
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2014 Toyota Prius c Four 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)


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I've only had the car less than 1 month but so far it is everything I had hoped it would be. It's my commuter car / kid shuttle. It handles great on city streets and has a surprising amount of pickup. Hope we have a long future together.


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Loved leasing it enough to buy it but....
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By Robin Rosner
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2014 Toyota Prius c Two 4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)


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They should have talked to me first. This was a rushed purchase, and I very well might still have bought it. I had been a devoted Nissan Sentra owner since the Datsun B-210. Kept them all over 10 years. But then you get to that point where needed repair expenses could be invested in a new car...in this last case, I had a broken spring, a surprise, so it wasn't safe to drive. The pressure was on. The new Sentra was way too big for my comfort and fitting in the garage with a Chevy...and I hated the console between the two front seats. My sister had the Prius C...so I wound up at a Toyota dealership I should have walked away from. It was a terrible lesson learned the hard way...But back to the car....It was a good fit with a comfortable seat...and it was...okay...cute. ANd there were colors beyond silver and black...The finish of the dash does look like one review noted, as if there are scratches...which I guess is good because when my protective pup jumped up, or a clip board slid down both leaving marks...it's less obvious. Never happened in the Sentra...so I think they could do better about that. The little pen section on the dash is a pain...it holds dust and crumbs and is a pain to clean. I like closed, concealed space. The cupholders are in a great position...up front and center on below the dash...but they were not smart enough to make a liner that could be removed to be washed. I also dislike the placement of the other driving mode buttons beneath the handbrake. If my pup is with me she can easily stand on that. I was able to get a strong, small container that was shallow enough to place over the buttons, and then put a folded towel over that. Problem solved... It also was a big transition to go from a trunk to a condensed space in back. In thinking about getting a new piece of luggage, I had to measure carefully to make sure it would fit to be concealed. So I guess it's true that it is more a city car and not one for a road trip with more adults who have baggage, unless it's short trips with limited bags. I also, woke up in a sweat after starting the sales process when I realized that my pup, who can be protective, and even if not...could squeeze her way through over the back seat and out the hatch if she were determined. A real scare factor for me. As a precaution I both have her secured via seat belt loop and also got one of those metal barriers which I put behind the back seat. And of course...you've gotta love the gas mileage. That is a relief. Going totally electric would just be too nerve wracking for a single woman driving alone...


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