White Plastic's Fine By Me - 2016 Toyota Prius Long-Term Road Test

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2016 Toyota Prius: White Plastic's Fine By Me

by Josh Sadlier, Senior Editor on June 21, 2016

2016 Toyota Prius

Just a quick riposte to Editor Langness, who opined that the white plastic trim inside our 2016 Toyota Prius has simply "got to go." In fact, it's great and I wouldn't want a Prius without it. It reminds me of the first-generation Chevy Volt, a variety of Apple products and other techy things that are cool. I give it a mental nod of approval every time I hop in.

I would attempt to assassinate Travis' character by noting that he drives an Integra, but I've owned two myself, so that doesn't work. Hey, some things just can't be explained.

But even if you're inclined to agree with him, I'd put it to you that the white plastic is the very least of this car's aesthetic issues. Oof! That styling. It's nothing if not bold.

Josh Sadlier, Senior Editor @ 2,501 miles

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