"This is the perfect car for someone looking for all the new amenities in a vehicle, but also wanting to save money at the gas pump. The Prius C may not be the right car for carpooling children around, but it offers everything most people would ever need in a vehicle. I love this car because of Toyota's reliability, and being the most fuel efficient non-plug in car is exactly what I wanted."
"Superb gas mileage. My average is 55-60 mpg.
No electrical system issues thus far.
Rear wiper should be standard. Cruise control would be great to have.
Worst problem: A/C control gets stuck in the off position and is annoying when trying to turn on the A/C and doesn't respond."
Pros: "everything because I save a ton of money driving"
Cons: "not a babe magnet lol"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I love when I stop it tells me how far I went and how much I spent in gas right on the dash. Example 20 miles 54.4mpg $.80 this is to too cool. I like the ride, the handling and can't say anything bad. If you want pep or performance go else where but if you want some money in your pocket, then stop here and buy it now or do like I did and wait for Toyotathon to save the most. sticker, almost 22k and paid 18.2k"
Pros: "Cheap to drive for first 5 years. Very quiet."
Cons: "Unconfortable, and expensive to keep & maintain."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8
"I drive 60 miles to work one way each day. Consistently get 45 - 50 mpg's. (depending on winds.) Seats ARE Hard and become uncomfortable before my 60 mile trip is over. Not fun or sporty to drive. Cargo area holds two suitcases. That is it, without using back seat. It would be fine for two travelers if it had comfortable front seats, and you Did use the back seat for cargo. Dealer already informed me the battery's will need to be replaced when about 5 or 6 years old, and they ARE expensive. Plan to trade it when about 5 years old, and allow someone else to have that (regular & predictable) expense. (if not buying fuel, I guess you pay elsewhere...like battery's in this auto's case.) Often pedestrians do not hear it coming when driving up on them on side streets, and it startles them when suddenly beside them."