For 2016 the Toyota Prius V continues unchanged from the 2015 model year. There are still four trim levels, labeled Two, Three, Four and Five.
The 2015 Toyota Prius V gets a makeover this year, with a refreshed front bumper and grille, LED headlights, a new 8-way power driver's seat, and updated Entune audio systems. A new Prius V Four trim fills the gap between the Prius V Three and Prius V Five, naturally.
Changes to the 2014 Prius V are minimal. All trim levels are equipped with standard Daytime Running Lights, and the Panoramic View Moonroof will be offered as a stand-alone option on the Prius V Three.
About Toyota Prius v
The 2016 Toyota Prius V might be the most righteously practical and rational automotive purchase you can make. There's no room for frivolity here. With its enviro-friendly hybrid powertrain, stingy fuel consumption, interior space rivaling many compact SUVs and Toyota reputation for reliability, this is the thoroughly sensible choice for the thoroughly sensible buyer. EPA fuel-economy numbers are 44 mpg city, 40 highway. Maximum cargo volume is over 67 cubic feet. The rear seat slides fore-and-aft to favor either cargo space or legroom, which is why the "V" stands for versatility. Competitors are few; perhaps the closest is Ford's C-Max hybrid, which we also like, but it doesn't match the Prius V in either fuel economy or interior room.