Toyota Prius c

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2018 Toyota Prius c

For 2018 the Toyota Prius C hybrid hatchback gets an updated look with sporting intentions. Toyota has added SUV-inspired black roof rails, black side rockers and black wheelwell moldings as well as lower-body guards with silver accents. Toyota has also added a standard rearview camera to all Prius C models.

2017 Toyota Prius c

For 2017, Toyota’s Prius C hybrid hatchback comes standard with Toyota’s Safety Sense-C, which adds pre-collision warning and braking, lane-departure assist and automatic high beams. The Prius C gets a slight visual refresh and a reshuffling of standard features on upper trims. Base models gain standard alloy wheels.

About Toyota Prius c

With a 48-mpg fuel-economy rating in the city, the 2018 Toyota Prius C is America’s most fuel-efficient subcompact. The comfortable and sporty 4-door hatchback is also Toyota’s smallest and most affordable hybrid with a starting price just over $21,000. For 2018, Toyota has updated the exterior design, giving it some sporty black trim and a more rugged small-SUV vibe in the process. It has also added a rearview camera to the Prius C’s extensive list of standard safety equipment, which includes a Pre-Collision System with autonomous braking, Lane Departure Alert and Automatic High Beam headlights. Four trim levels are available, which Toyota has lazily named One, Two, Three and Four. Key competitors include the Toyota’s larger Prius, which starts around $24,000, and non-hybrids like the Ford Fiesta, Chevy Sonic and Honda Fit.

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