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Based on 8 reviews

2001 Prius Is An Instant Classic! by Aaron
 — The original model Prius was a huge gamble for Toyota that paid off big. It was such an innovative car for the time, and looked pretty cool then (now it' just kind of ho-hum). In only owned it for a... Read More
2001 Prius by Makenna
 — Instant torque so it's always fun to smoke people at green light, and of course get passed. I bought the car at 27,000 miles for $7000. Seats are comfy, and it's handling is pretty good. I can mana... Read More
Prius Is A Great Car by Steven
 — Reliable and comfortable. Never had any problems with it. Has a great ride. Not that much power, but I am not really interested in that. It is a great car to drive - very smooth and quiet. Would hi... Read More

2001 Toyota Prius Overview

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2001 Toyota Prius

The 2001 Toyota Prius was born into a world of Sports Utility Vehicles and seemed determined from the start to make things "right"...even if this righting of the world could put the owner out more than $20,000.

Intelligently designed for the wants of today's driver, the Prius features a tall cabin, making it easy for passengers to enter and exit. This ironically gives it an SUV-type feel. Of course, once you take to the road, you will realize you're actually sitting in a car, as the upright cabin does not give the commanding view the gas guzzlers tend to.

The 1.5-liter, fuel-injected gas engine produces only 70 horsepower, but rewards drivers with about 52 miles per gallon.

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johnsummer03
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2001 Prius P0420 Code

My 2001 prius displayed a P0420 code, so I replaced the catalytic converter. Within a mile, it displayed a P0135 code. Does that mean I didn't need to replace the cat and the problem was really the ...

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Tnh58
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How Long Do Prius Hybrids Last?

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Paxman
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Is There A Method To Equalize The Charge Across All Cells Of The Hv Battery...

Getting Error code P3006 following a period of a week or 2 where it is not driven. Code does not occur when regularly driven. Techstream data shows some imballance, 200 mV across the 19 14.4 Volt bl...

152 views with 8 answers (last answer about a year ago)
Rox
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Is The Warrenty Transferable To Another Owner?

I'm looking at 2001 Prius to buy. It only has just over 20,000 miles on it. I understand from reading your web site that it has a warrenty covering the car up to 37,000 miles. Is this warrenty transfe...

2,445 views with 3 answers (last answer 5 years ago)
Waz
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What Year Was The First Toyota Prius Manufactured

105 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 years ago)