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2017 Toyota Prius

Toyota’s Prius for 2017 gains standard Safety Sense P that adds pre-collision and pedestrian detection, autonomous braking, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control and automatic high-beam headlights. New this year is the Prius Prime plug-in hybrid.

2016 Toyota Prius

The 106.3-inch wheelbase is unchanged, but everything else is new. New foundations – Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA), far more rigid. New unit body, longer, lower and wider, with snappier styling. New interior, with improved materials, upgraded infotainment and more room. New, more efficient engine and transmission. New independent rear suspension.

2015 Toyota Prius

The 2015 Toyota Prius gets a special edition this year, while the rest of the lineup remains unchanged. The Prius Persona Series Special Edition adds dark-finish 17-inch wheels, heated outside mirrors, dark chrome accents inside, and is painted either Blizzard Pearl or Absolutely Red.

About Toyota Prius

While Toyota’s 2017 Prius hybrid embodies the original car’s same basic concept, that being an internal-combustion engine wedded to an electric motor, the latest version is both stylistically and technologically leaps and bounds better. The latest Prius now has lots of competition, but it remains the segment’s fuel-economy leader and is bolstered by a new model, the Prius Prime plug-in hybrid. Able to travel up to 25 miles solely on electric power, the Prime offers one more Prius competitor to challenge Ford’s C-Max Energi and Chevy’s Volt. With its slick new styling, refined interior, improved chassis and new standard suite of driver-assist technologies, the 2017 Toyota Prius remains the gold standard in hybrid automobiles.