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  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Three in Light Green
    103,367 miles
    2 Accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
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    $11,995

    $4,106 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Four in Silver
    78,105 miles
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    $12,077

    $3,187 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Five in Gray
    106,130 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use
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    $12,000

    $2,822 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Three in Red
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    $15,797

    $1,760 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Three in Red
    83,514 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
    Great Deal

    $14,786

    $1,841 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Two in Off White/Cream
    87,043 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
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    $11,996

    $1,098 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Five in Dark Blue
    80,549 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $13,981

  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Two in Silver
    46,163 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Lease
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    $13,900

    $2,011 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Four in Light Green
    154,467 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use
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    $9,750

    $1,369 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Five in Light Blue
    26,501 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Good Deal

    $18,266

    $1,155 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Three in Silver
    57,258 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use
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    $14,622

    $1,414 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Four in Off White/Cream
    78,892 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Good Deal

    $13,991

    $1,426 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Four in Red
    46,356 miles
    1 Accident, 2 Owners, Personal Use
    Good Deal

    $15,977

    $2,129 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Two in Silver
    143,310 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Good Deal

    $8,975

    $500 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Five in Silver
    71,123 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use
    Good Deal

    $15,350

    $1,182 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Two in Light Blue
    28,272 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Fair Deal

    $16,853

    $270 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Two in Off White/Cream
    39,204 miles
    2 Accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Fair Deal

    $14,490

    $456 Below Market
  • 2015 Toyota Prius v Three in Light Brown
    105,331 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use
    Good Deal

    $11,995

    $481 Below Market

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Practicable, Comfortable Car – Terrible NAV
MSG,10/19/2015
Four 4dr Wagon (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
I am driving a Prius V four with 7,000 miles that I have now had for 5 months. Overall, I am very happy with the car. As I get older, I find it difficult to get in and out of many cars, even very expensive cars. This one is easy, both the front and back seats. For regular sized people, it is comfortable, both in the front and back. The rear seats recline to some extent, a big plus for long trips. I just returned from an 800 mile trip, loaded with 5 adults and everyone was comfortable. The ride is comfortable and handles road bumps well, even with 5 in the car. Getting things in and out of the back is great, Plenty of room and no lip to lift things over. For ice hockey players, there is plenty of room for 4 players and their equipment. I typically operate the car in ECO mode and get an average of 44 miles per gallon. On occasion, I will put the car in PWR mode, for example when entering a crowded highway. I didn’t buy the car for performance, so it doesn’t bother me that the does not handle like an Infiniti or BMW and that it does not accelerate like a sports car. In ECO mode, when I drive up steep hills, the motor whines, but when I need more acceleration, I just move it into PWR mode. I am spending $15 a week for fuel instead of $50 for my Acura. Toyota did a very smart thing by displaying the MPGs for the current trip on the dashboard. It provides immediate feedback and provide reminder to not drive as aggressively. The touch screen / Nav / Radio / Climate system is terrible. First of all, the screen locks up and you need to power it down to reboot it about once a week. Even though I like the A/C fan speed to be stronger than most people, the Auto settings for the A/C blows the fan at significantly too high a speed, so that I need to take it off of Auto. (Interestingly enough, I had a 2006 Infiniti M35x that did not have the fan speed high enough and the car would get stuffy). The Nav is very hard to use and control. First of all, there is no joystick, so moving around the screen requires swiping your finger. With a joystick, you can just hold it in the direction and the screen moves. It can even move faster if you hold it for a long period of time. Finger swipes are slow and ineffective. Every time you place your finger on the screen, an address appears, blocking much of the screen. Also, there are many controls on the screen and it often accidentally goes into various modes. The screen, at times, splits between radio and turn functions, at a 50/50 ratio. This makes the map too small to effectively use. If the car is moving, you (or the passenger) cannot enter an address into the system. I understand that Toyota does this for safety reasons; however, since the car is able to sense if someone is in the passenger seat it should then should allow address entry. It is much safer to have a passenger enter the address than have the driver enter it, fighting with the voice recognition system while traveling at 65 MPH. I have a 2009 Honda Fit and a 2008 Acura MDX both with far superior NAV systems. I now tend to use Google Maps on my cell phone instead of the Toyota system. What a shame. If you don’t expect the performance of a sports car and are looking for affordable, economical, roomy basic transportation, this car is highly recommended. Just watch out for the NAV / Touchscreen system. ********* Update ********** I have had the car now for 18 months and have over 20,000 miles. The Nav is still awful. I now use Waze from my cell phone. Also, my radio was starting to freeze so Toyota did a firmware upgrade and it appears to have solved the issue. I have noticed that the mileage is weight dependent. I drove 800 miles with a packed car to move my daughter into college and got 8 miles per gallon less than I did on the return trip with an empty car. In addition, I get better mileage in the warm months than the cold months by a couple miles per gallon. As far as missing features, the thing I miss most is not having a seat release ( to fold down the rear seats) from the hatch area.
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