The 2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in offers a genuine advantage over the standard Prius with its ability to go up to 15 miles on pure electric power alone. It costs more, though, and some rival plug-in hybrids might prove more appealing overall.
- Plug-in capability on top of the Prius' already exceptional fuel economy
- Abundant backseat room
- Spacious cargo area
- Comfortable ride.
- Considerably more expensive than the regular Prius
- Disappointing interior materials
- Slow acceleration
- Awkward driving position for some
- Minimal federal tax credit.