Used 2016 Toyota Prius Pricing

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2016 Highlights

For 2016 the Toyota Prius has been fully redesigned.

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  • Outstanding fuel economy
  • notably quieter and better-riding than past iterations
  • generous cargo space
  • significantly improved driving position.


  • Less backseat legroom than before
  • offset gauges out of driver's direct line of sight
  • polarizing styling.

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Used 2016 Toyota Prius for Sale

Toyota Prius 2016 Three Touring 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Blizzard Pearl Black leatherette57,303 miles
Used 2016Toyota PriusThree Touring
Est.Loan: $313/mo
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New Price!CARFAX One-Owner, Exterior Parking Camera Rear, Radio: Entune Premium Audio w/Navigation/App Suite, Rear Bumper Protector.2016 Blizzard Pearl Toyota Prius 5D Hatchback Three FWD CVT 1.8L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V VVT-iAwards: * 2016 IIHS Top Safety Pick+Ourisman Chantilly Toyota...Let us help make this the best car buying experience you have had!!! Call the Used Car Manager Ash Sharma at 703-378-2121 and remember our Ourisman Lifetime Edge!!! *Qualified vehicles come with Ourisman's Lifetime engine Guarantee!

Toyota Prius 2016 Two 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Classic Silver Metallic 37,490 miles
Used 2016Toyota PriusTwo
Est.Loan: $321/mo
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Toyota Prius 2016 Two 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Sea Glass Pearl Moonstone cloth13,395 miles
Used 2016Toyota PriusTwo
Est.Loan: $397/mo
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CARFAX One-Owner. Sea Glass Pearl 2016 Toyota Prius Two FWD CVT 1.8L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V VVT-i BALANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY, ONE OWNER CLEAN CARFAX NO DAMAGE REPORTED, CLEAN AUTO CHECK REPORT, CLEAN AUTO CHECK REPORT ONE OWNER, LOCAL TRADE-IN, ONE OWNER, 1.8L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V VVT-i. Look at this 1 OWNER Local trade in with. Recent Arrival! 50/54 Highway/City MPG Awards: * 2016 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Farrish of Fairfax, Stop Clicking and come see us Today!!! Reviews: * Outstanding fuel economy notably quieter and better-riding than past iterations generous cargo space significantly improved driving position. Source: Edmunds

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NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
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  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover10.7%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

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Consumer Rating

6 Stars Anyone?
* 1 year update: Great car still. I've been getting about 45 mpg for some reason though. Maybe because I'm turning up the heater in this colder climate? Still cannot seem to find a better engineered, efficient, smart, and better built (Japanese) vehicle out there. This car is all about progress, functionality, and work - the Prius, Version One. The other Prius (Two and up) have more flash and options than needed. Would definitely buy this car again in the future. * Update - The car's low to the ground sports car feel has it's negatives... The lower front end is prone to acquire scrapes and damage, therefore I have to be extra careful when approaching dips, bumps, railroad tracks, etc. Overall, the car is more susceptible to damage due to being aerodynamically lower for the sake of efficiency and driving feel. Toyota has really put a lot of effort and engineering to make this Prius have characteristics of a sports car, but without compromising the versatility and everyday drivability of the car. It's still difficult to find such a capable car with as much r&d and experience under it's belt from so many years, and that's also why I admire it so much. If there was an option for 6 stars for this specific vehicle, I would be the first to check that. I am a very picky individual and my taste in choosing my vehicles are very unique, in my opinion. First off, I highly prefer vehicles fully manufactured in Japan. Guess what? The Prius is one of them. Most importantly, Toyota has truly made a huge leap with their redesign on the new Prius. Yes, the exterior design gets a lot of heat and negativity, but if you have the courage to look past that and focus on the essence and beauty of the vehicle, it truly is an engineering marvel. The L.E.D lights - front and back - are state of the art and look like laser lights, especially from the rear. The interior is like I've never seen before, and when I sit in, it feels so driver oriented - I'm thinking Toyota has taken ideas from their sports car - the 86. The road holding and balance is so incredibly tight and smooth. The steering has so much richness and it's very well weighted with an expensive feel. I opted for the version 3 since it seems to have the best value with its features - nav, L.E.D lights, lithium ion battery, 3 door smart entry, alloy wheels with two tone cover, Softex steering wheel, etc. The Prius is struggling to sell as of late - probably due to the low fuel prices, plus folks aren't comfortable with the polarizing looks and are taking their time to get used to the latest design which represents the future. And so I took advantage of Toyota's incentives to push these vehicles. Got a fair deal with their 0% financing along with over $3k off the purchase with no trade. I've owned nothing but sports cars in the past, and the latest Prius doesn't make me miss them whatsoever. It's packed with so much excitement if you know where to look and how to appreciate. It's only been 200 miles since my purchase, and this car is the very best one I've experienced - and trust me, I'm all about that experience.
Prius 4 Touring- good and bad
We replaced a 8 year old Prius with a 2016 Prius 4 touring. We loved our old Prius and find some of the changes in the new a little quirky. The white console accents- really? White cupholders? i give them another week before they get stained with coffee. Our old prius was noisy, and this new one also has a lot of road noise. The roof peaks over the front seats and they feel wonderfully roomy. The back seats are a bit squishy on head room. The cargo room in the back seems bigger than in the older car. The new safety features- like blind spot monitoring and lane departure are wonderful. The car handles well and feels zippy. The range- 800 or so miles- on a tank of gas is incredible. The screens are easy to read. The navigation system displays on the main console screen, but also can show directional instructions up by the speedometer.
Great, underappreciated car
The car is really great. Dealers are all over the place with regards to familiarity with it, however. More upscale features such as sun roof, GPS, power seat and heated seats are indeed available in the four trim level, but those require a bit of effort (worth it) to find. That's where the quality of your dealer matters. Back to the car. The dashboard and roof are relatively low, giving you a great view of the road around you. And I really like the sunroof - it sits far enough forward and i wide enough that you really feel the presence of the sky. I had a 2007 Prius 5 which survived 251,000 and was still getting 47 mpg until we sold it. Since I posted original review my mileage on the new Prius kept getting better and better. I use ECO mode and am a pretty efficient driver, but still... It crept past 54, then 55, 56, 57, 58 and seems to be settling at 59 mpg! It's crazy! 200 miles and the tank is like 3/4 full.