Used Toyota Prius for Sale in Paterson, NJ
Island Toyota - Staten Island / New York
Located 23 miles away from Paterson, NJ
Contact Island Toyota today for information on dozens of vehicles like this 2018 Toyota Prius Three Touring (Natl). This 2018 Toyota Prius has great acceleration and wonderful styling without sacrificing exceptional fuel economy. The Prius Three Touring (Natl) is well maintained and has just 12,025mi. This low amount of miles makes this vehicle incomparable to the competition. Surprising quality accompanied by a high level of performance...this Blue Crush Metallic on Black Toyota Prius Three Touring (Natl) could end up being the perfect match for you. This vehicle won't last long, take it home today.
As soon as my husband and I walked in the representatives were all very friendly. Jeremy was very accommodating and answered all questions we had. We went to a few other representatives that were taking care of different paperwork etc. They all work well as a team and kept us informed every step of the way and never left us waiting long. My husband and I got the Toyota RAV4 2020 and we absolutely love it!
AutoCheck Vehicle History Summary
Accident Free Vehicle: Yes
Accident History: This vehicle has 0 reported accidents.
Number of Previous Owners: This vehicle has 1 reported owner.
Personal Use Only: Yes
Usage Type: This vehicle was used by an individual.
History Provider: AutoCheck
Clean Title: No title issues reported.
Salvage Vehicle: No
Frame Damage: No
Theft History: No
Lemon Status: No
Free History Report: No
Features and Specs:
Description: Used 2018 Toyota Prius Three Touring with Blind Spot Monitoring, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Pre-collision safety system, Keyless Entry/Start.
Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
52 Combined MPG (54 City/50 Highway)
Certified Pre-Owned: Yes
Listed since: 03-13-2020
Ramsey Corp - West Milford / New Jersey
Located 14 miles away from Paterson, NJ
RAMSEY CORP IS HOME OF AUTO LOAN SPECIALIST ! THIS VEHICLE COMES WITH A FREE 3 MONTH WARRANTY EXTENDED WARRANTIES AVAILABLE. FAMILY OWNED, NO COMMISSION SALES, NATIONWIDE SHIPPING RATES Xenon Headlamps Rear Parking Navigation Sunroof 2010 TOYOTA PRIUS JTDKN3DUXA0177214 HATCHBACK 4 DR 1.8L I4 F DOHC 16V HYBRID FRONT WHEEL DRIVE In the world of hybrids, there has always been one clear winner in terms of public perception, mileage and car sales: the Toyota Prius. The third generation of the gas-electric hybrid goes on sale later this spring, and it s a huge improvement over the outgoing model. Not only is the interior vastly improved, the car gets even better mileage: It s now rated at 5148 mpg cityhighway, 50 mpg combined. Strangely enough, my one pet peeve with the old model its exorbitant road noise has not been addressed in the newest Prius. It s doubtful, however, that even a relatively off-putting problem like that will turn away hybrid buyers in search of the greenest car on the road. Mileage There s a lot to talk about when reviewing the 2010 Toyota Prius, but there s one thing in particular people want to know: Does it really get 50 mpg? I drove the new Prius for the better part of a day in Napa Valley, Calif., in February a tough assignment, leaving Chicago in the dead of winter for sunny skies and temperatures around 60 degrees. Not only was it refreshing weather for a Chicagoan, it was ideal for getting good mileage in a hybrid. It wasn t so hot the air conditioning needed to strain too hard, nor was it so cold that a chilly battery would impact mileage. I took detailed notes of each route my driving partner and I took. Besides one specifically designed hyper-miling route, we drove like any typical driver would. On our first trip, we paid more attention to the car s interior and tech features and didn t turn on the AC. It was a mix of city and highway driving lasting 20 miles. The trip computer registered 53.7 mpg. Next, I got behind the wheel, turned on the AC and radio, and drove a similar course, with a mix of highway and city driving over 23.2 miles. I drove with a lead foot, too. Mileage registered at 51.8 mpg. We took a number of other trips, and the only time we didn t get 50 mpg or better was on one 12-mile uphill stretch in the mountains with no AC. That particular trip also happened in a Prius with larger, 17-inch wheels that engineers said would return 5 percent worse mileage than the standard 15-inch wheels. On that run, the computer registered 44.5 mpg. On the way back down the mountain, my driving partner thrashed the Prius like a Corvette through the mountain passes it bordered on scary, how fast he was driving the little hybrid. How did it do going down a mountain at high speeds? 57.4 mpg. As for the hyper-miling route, Toyota held a contest to see who could get the best mileage over a longer course. Using a number of techniques, including the Prius EV mode, which allows you to drive on electric power alone up to 25 mph, we managed to return 70.5 mpg at an average speed of 28 mph. A few others returned similar numbers, with one slowpoke returning more than 90 mpg, but his speed only hit 18 mph. On our trek, our driving style reminded me of trips with my grandfather in Boca Raton when I was a child. We certainly didn t drive like typical drivers, but we didn t drive ridiculously slowly, either. Performance Now that we have that pesky mileage question out of the way, how does the Prius hold up as a regular, everyday car? In almost all areas, the answer is, surprisingly well. There s still a slight hesitation when you lift your foot off the brake and start to accelerate, as the engine kicks on, but getting up to speed doesn t take noticeably longer than it does in other four-cylinder Toyotas, like the Corolla. The Prius is surprisingly nimble, and the standard leather-wrapped steering wheel feels great in your hands it s a perfect size and easy to grip. Feedback is a bit springy and tight more like a subcompact car than a typical midsize sedan and it doesn t require much effort. The steering wheel also telescopes for 2010 (the previous generation s only tilted), which helped me get into a better driving position. Handling is much improved over the old Prius, and the car feels more composed overall on the road. Add the optional 17-inch wheels and tires on the top trim level, and things in the handling department get even better. It s no sports compact, but it certainly will satisfy the average driver. Braking will still feel odd if you re not used to driving a hybrid. Like most hybrids, the Prius employs regenerative braking. That means when you hit the brakes the hybrid system captures energy as the car slows down and sends it to the battery, recharging it. That s one of the reasons you get such great mileage. Unfortunately, you can feel this happen when you apply the brake. There s a slight squish, then the brakes kick in with relatively good grip. After that initial squish, the brakes are actually more responsive than recent Toyotas I ve tested, including the non-hybrid Venza crossover. There are four driving modes: the default Standard mode, EV, Eco and Power, which you can select using buttons near the shifter. The most interesting is the EV mode, which lets the Prius run solely on electric power up to 25 mph as long as the battery has enough charge. Toyota says the Prius will only travel a half-mile in EV mode, but I thought we managed to go farther than that during our hyper-miling course. Regardless, if you hit 25 mph, the EV mode cuts off immediately and the engine kicks on. If you want to keep driving in EV mode, you can re-engage the system by pressing the button once you ve slowed back down. Obviously, this mode will greatly increase your mileage, as the car isn t using the gas engine at all. The best times to use EV mode would be in parking lots and other low-speed zones. Eco Mode maximizes fuel savings across all driving conditions, which means it s a bit of a nanny that makes sure acceleration is smoother than any human right foot could manage on its own. Why a dedicated hybrid like the Prius doesn t just start off in this mode is beyond me. Official EPA mileage estimates for the Prius were calculated using the default Standard mode, however, so if you diligently remember to use both the EV and Eco modes, you should see better mileage. I kept Eco on during most of my driving time in the Prius. The Power mode is supposed to provide a sportier driving experience by increasing throttle response and acceleration. Neither my co-driver nor I noticed any change in acceleration when using the Power mode. Fortunately, the Prius feels peppy no matter what mode it s in, so there s no real loss there. My one negative with the Prius and it s a big one is road noise. The last-generation Prius had a similar problem, and despite its redesign this car is one loud ride on anything but pristine blacktop. If you re on especially rough pavement, the noise can be grating. I wasn t alone in this observation on one bad stretch of road I asked my experienced co-driver if he thought a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (a performance-tuned car known for its rough ride and cabin noise) would be as loud as the Prius we were in. He had to agree with me, saying no, it wouldn t be as loud as the Prius. Much of the noise is caused by the low-rolling-resistance tires that help the Prius get its vaunted 50 mpg. I recently spent time in a Honda Civic Hybrid equipped with low-rolling-resistance tires, and it too had a lot of road noise. Personally, I would rather have a car that gets 45 mpg and has a quieter cabin. Still, the past generation had the same problem, and plenty of people bought it and didn t complain about its loud ride. This issue just might not dissuade Prius shoppers like it would Camry buyers. Interior While excessive road noise made the Prius seem unrefined when driving it, its upscale interior will surely impress everyone who takes a seat in it. Automotive journalists often struggle to describe how one interior feels more upscale than another, or how one type of plastic can feel cheap and another won t these things just are. With the Prius, Toyota made a number of good choices on both materials and eye-pleasing color combinations. On the materials front, the center control panel s black plastic has a slight grain to it that I really liked. Toyota has done this on other models, including the Venza, but it seems even nicer on the Prius. The gearshift, which used to be a tiny stalk near the steering column, now sits in the center console. This more traditional approach works well its location doesn t make the car feel more upscale, but its jewel-like blue knob and substantial weight look and feel terrific. The steering-wheel buttons are made of soft rubber and have the perfect amount of feedback to them. The front seats have really been upgraded, a project Toyota says it spent a lot of time on. The new model is definitely more comfortable. Even with the base model s fabric seats, there s plenty of cushioning on the bottom and plenty of support for the back. The leather seats in the top two trim levels are quite nice, and they definitely up the ante in terms of luxury. The backseat has plenty of legroom, so knees don t encroach on the front seats. There s also plenty of headroom despite the roof s new, more aerodynamic angle. Cargo space is plentiful, with 21.6 cubic feet of room, which is significantly more than the new Mazda3 compact hatchback s 17 cubic feet of space. Three interior colors are available: Dark Gray, Bisque (tan) and Misty Gray. Dark Gray was my favorite, but going with tan wouldn t be a mistake, either. All three feature a darker dashboard of black or dark brown for the tan interior. Unlike the new Venza and redesigned Corolla, I didn t notice any gaps or misalignments between panels in the Prius, and overall fit and finish were flawless. If you slapped an
AutoCheck Vehicle History Summary Unavailable.
Features and Specs:
Description: Used 2010 Toyota Prius I with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Auto Climate Control.
Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
50 Combined MPG (51 City/48 Highway)
Certified Pre-Owned: No
Listed since: 03-06-2020
DCH Toyota City - Mamaroneck / New York
Located 24 miles away from Paterson, NJ