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2016 Toyota Prius: Front Traffic Sensors

by Josh Sadlier, Senior Editor on June 23, 2016

2016 Toyota Prius

Front parking sensors are a nice feature to have — when you're parking. When you're creeping along in bumper-to-bumper traffic? Not so much.

I've driven a whole lot of cars with front parking sensors, and not once have I triggered them while sitting in traffic. Maybe there's just something about our 2016 Toyota Prius that emboldens me to get really close to the car ahead, but whatever the case, I got multiple such warnings yesterday on the slow commute home.

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2016 Toyota Prius: No Longer Needs a Pass

by Dan Frio, Automotive Editor on April 13, 2016

2016 Toyota Prius

With both the 2016 Chevy Volt and 2016 Toyota Prius in our long-term fleet, it should be a revealing year for the two hybrids. Sure the Volt is a plug-in and changes how we compare efficiency, but the more telling observations will come from the usual areas: ride quality, cabin comfort, utility.

I wasn't expecting much from my first time behind the new Prius's wheel. Of course it's a redesign, but Toyota's a conservative company and the Prius is a bread-and-butter car. How far would they take it?

Far enough and then some, actually.

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2016 Toyota Prius: Introduction

by James Riswick, New and Used Car Editor on April 6, 2016

2016 Toyota Prius

With gas prices at the lowest levels we've seen in years, it's not surprising that trucks and SUVs are flying off dealer lots, while hybrids have become passé.

Well, most hybrids at least. Even with cheap gas, the Toyota Prius was still one of the most popular cars on the market last year.

The all-new 2016 Toyota Prius is looking to build on that continued momentum with a comprehensive list of upgrades. The most notable of those improvements is a new EPA rating of 52 mpg in combined city and highway driving.

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