Used 2007 Toyota Prius Consumer Reviews

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juz8up, 11/22/2006
4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
31 of 31 people found this review helpful

Hybrid works for me. Love the silence on stop lights and parking. Drives smooth like I am in an airplane... no need to put keys in, just push the button and drive. The satellite radio also is good in long driving to vegas for uninterupted songs unlike fm radio where it gets cut at certain areas when signal fades. I also noticed the car charges when my foot is off the gas, not necessarily when i am braking. Cool. One of the best part is the camera on the back. It comes in handy when I am backing up knowing exactly what is behind me.

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I LOVE my Prius!!

Cindy Holman, 12/19/2015
4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
21 of 21 people found this review helpful

Don't hesitate getting a Prius - we were non-believers and then test drove one and ended up buying a used 2007 loaded and have fallen in love with everything Prius! I'm still learning how to make a phone call from the voice commands, but one I do I will have learned how to do everything. Test drive one and don't be afraid to buy used because the mileage and durability of these vehicles is off the chart! A Toyota experience will spoil you for other cars - their service department in our small town is pretty state of the art and they really know how to treat their loyal Toyota drivers. You won't believe how far you can go on a tank of gas - it will blow your mind!

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Whats wrong with my brakes?

Jayr, 10/07/2010
4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
62 of 65 people found this review helpful

I purchased my car in May of this year as a used vehicle. I loved it until last week. I was sitting in my car, which was off, when i turned the car on it asked me to get to a level ground and take the e-brake off. I would have except I was on level ground, the e-brake was off and my car wouldn't start. My dashboard had all my brake lights on. 4 hours of assistance and towing and they told me it was my battery. Exactly one week later, I was driving down the highway, less than a mile from my exit when my car started making a beep noise, and again ALL my brake lights came on. This time my car was in motion and the brake pedal would not work, it was rock stiff as I went 60 mph on an exit ramp.

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I forgot how to open the gas cap

Epoch, 11/22/2006
4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
20 of 20 people found this review helpful

I've had this car for three weeks, I'm not a lead foot but I'm only getting around 42 mpg with mostly suburban driving and short commute. I'm not disappointed that it doesn't live up to EPA mileage estimates (I have never had a car that did) and considering that my last car got 16 mpg, it is a vast improvement. I can drive in HOV lanes in NY without additional occupants under the Clean Pass program which is a major plus. The styling is quite impressive, the car rides and handles extremely well I really love the blue tooth and navigations system. I feel like I'm making a small contribution to reduce American dependance on foreign oil which is something people should start taking seriously.

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Fuel-efficient, comfortable and fun!!

RichardT, 01/04/2007
4dr Hatchback (1.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
25 of 26 people found this review helpful

With Honda's decision to scrap the Insight, this is now the most fuel-efficient car, bar none, in the U.S. It's also well designed, comfortable (I'm 6'1") and, although it might take a bit of time to get used to the very different display and transmission, a blast to drive. Four adults can sit in the car with plenty of leg room, although the roof can be a bit low in the back for taller passengers, and it handles freeway speeds as well as any car I've ever driven. Note: If you have a lead-foot, are an aggressive driver, or expect sports-car performance, the Prius is not for you. If you enjoy 45-50 mpg overall, and can change some driving habits, I can think of no better vehicle - period.

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