Average Ratings from 1 reviews
2013 Toyota Prius v Five Review
Top quality, built for low wind resistance and noise giving it a sleek appearance. And the gas mileage - unbelievable for a car with this much room for people and luggage. We consistently get 50-52 in town and 47-48 on the highway.
Not much extra power on the Interstate for passing at 70 mph, just adequate. But power was not one of the priorities in our selection of a new car.
Amazing Efficiency And Quietness — We love the Entune paired up with our iPhones. Everything we want is available right on the car's navigation screen; Movies, Fuel Prices, Contact List, Pandora, Traffic alerts, and it is intuitive to learn. Sirius radio and HD stations make beautiful clear sound. Fuel efficiency - our first tank around town yielded 47.9 mpg, and a trip to Miami at 68-70 mph resulted in 41.4 mpg, both better than the EPA ratings. (We are pretty gentle with the accelerator, but we do drive the speed limits.) in the past 4 months of driving, we improved on those numbers considerably. You have to check out this car before buying anything else.
Primary Use: Family transportation
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