"I average 50.1 mpg driving to and from work. I estimate I save about $2000 a year in fuel costs! I love knowing I'm saving money. I've had my Prius five years and therefore saved over $10,000! Not bad at all. I will buy another without question."
Pros: "makes regular cars that are not a hybrid obsolete."
Cons: "Spoiler on back. electronic keys too expensive."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"Gets average of miles between 50 and 55 miles per gallon. Must study drivers manual to get full benefit of car. Spoiler on rear a negative. Allowing a person not familiar with this type of car to drive a negative. No problems with car since new. Intend to buy latest Prius 2015. Get new car every 3 years. Consider regular type of car that is not a hybrid as obsolete. Toyota did their homework without bugs. If you make a mistake pushing buttons such as doing 65 and push the park button it will ignore you and shut down. Leave keys in car or leave motor running it will beep like crazy. Keys too costly."
Pros: "Perfect car for one driver, great mileage."
Cons: "No drivers memory seat."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 1
"Would buy another if they had a drivers memory seat, should offer sun roof on the Prius 5 (not to be confused with the Prius V), which is available on the cheaper models,ie. 2,3,4. Passenger seat isn't as comfortable as the drivers. They should at least offer options like the above but they don't. Deal breakers."
"We just got back from a 4200 mile trip. The 2010 Prius is a comfortable road car, but if you expect to get the rated mpg, forget it. We drove the speed limit the entire trip. The economy mode was selected, and we averaged 44 mpg. That was more than a little disappointing. I also noticed that when the doors are closed, the outside door panels flex. I hate to use the word cheap, but it fits. The plastic wheel covers don't help, either."