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Prius Plug-in Hybrid

Hybrid from £33,450

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Prius Plug-in Hybrid. The best of both worlds.

There’s a reason that the Toyota Prius is the world’s most popular hybrid. Practical, innovative and energy efficient, the Toyota Pruis Plug-in Hybrid is undoubtedly a pioneering family car that puts the pleasure back into driving.

Being both a hybrid and an electric car, the Prius Plug-in delivers unbelievably good fuel economy, ultra-low CO2 emissions and up to 15.5miles on electric power alone. With its intuitive controls and high quality interior, the driving experience is smooth, relaxed and inherently pleasurable. Now available from £33,395 through the government's 'Ultra Low Carbon Car Consumer incentive'*.

*Government applied Ultra Low Carbon Car Consumer Incentive (referred to as ‘Government Incentive’).

Prius Plug-in
Toyota UK
Prius Plug-in
Prius Plug-in is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Some great features - and some missed. My 4th Toyota Prius is the 2012 plug-in version. Takes some time getting used to it but if you take care to learn how to get the best out of it, a great product - recently completed 1,000 miles at 84mpg due to about 20% of the mileage being on electric at just 2p/mile. Wish the electric mileage was better. But great car overall. But - the Toyota Touch 2 + Go system is just not up to Toyota standards - when turning it on, the time taken to get addresses entered is j u s t s o s l o w. and the user interface is clumsy. Previous Prius 10th Anniversary model had the older music hard-drive and HDD navigation which was incredibly quick and intuitive to use, could be set up and driving in a fraction of the time. Of course someone will tell me that the newer one can be connected to the web - for what? The range of connected apps is pretty limited and the much longer time to get going is just not worth it. Map display screen is smaller and poor to look at, the head-up display that showed turn-by-turn on the last model has been omitted, and I really wish I had the old version back. If I really need to rely on getting somewhere I now tend to rely on a Tomtom Go 6000 freestanding navigation - much superior to the Touch 2 & Go . That is not a good summary of a Toyota product. Contact me if you need to discuss further and help me understand why I am so wrong - not sure you can.
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Economical Motoring I bought this car a month ago and I am so pleased with it so far. The only criticism I have is the short distance it travels on City Mode. Otherwise it is perfect.
Date published: 2015-10-12
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