2016 Toyota Prius c Three
- 53 City
- 46 Hwy
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2016 Toyota Prius Buyer's Guide
The car most people envision when they hear the word “hybrid”, the Toyota Prius is the industry’s foremost gasoline/electric line of cars. Fresh off a styling and interior update for the 2015 model year, rather than standing pat, the 2016 Toyota Prius c—Toyota’s smallest and most affordable hybrid model—gets a couple of significant updates for 2016. In addition to the eye-arresting color accents offered with the new limited production Persona Series Special Edition Prius c models, Toyota’s Safety Sense package trickles cutting edge electronic driver’s aid functions down into the affordable compact category. More than just an affordable compact however, the Prius c is also the most affordable hybrids currently on the market. Further, the Toyota boasts one of the industry’s highest city fuel economy estimates.
What's the difference between trims?2016 Toyota Prius V
- 16-inch wheels
- Keyless ignition
- Automatic climate control
- Rearview camera
- Single LED projector headlights
- Remote keyless entry
- Bluetooth hands-free
- 5-inch multi-information display
What makes it move?
With a system output of 99 horsepower, the front-wheel drive 2016 Toyota Prius c’s powertrain is comprised of a 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine, an electric motor integrated into the continuously variable transaxle, and a nickel-metal hydride battery. In its EV mode, the Prius c can be driven solely under electric power for just under a mile at speeds below 25 miles per hour. Fuel economy is rated at 53 miles per gallon in the city, 46 on the highway, and 50 in combined city/highway driving.
Why buy the 2016 Toyota Prius?
Thanks to its innovative packaging, you’ll find the Prius c is considerably more commodious than its exterior dimensions would have you believe. The battery and fuel tank are beneath the rear seat, so cargo capacity is a respectable 17.1 cubic feet with the rear seat deployed. Rear seat legroom is respectable too, particularly when one takes the overall size of the Prius c into consideration. Options are few, but equipment is generous within the four different trim levels. Features like voice recognition, Bluetooth, remote keyless entry, and Toyota’s Entune multimedia suite are standard on the base model. The optional Toyota Safety Sense package adds pre-collision preparation and lane departure warning. Handsome, nicely equipped, easy on gas, and affordable, the 2016 Toyota Prius c is an outstanding value.