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2007 Toyota PriusReview
GuruRCXFS writes:
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Bought a 2007 base touring, while its not my dream car, I like it,smooth ride and I think its going to be an excellent car for interstate tripping.

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2007 Toyota PriusReview
David writes:
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Great car so far! Quiet, good gas mileage and very clean.

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2007 Toyota PriusReview
GuruHSJMM writes:
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The car has a comfortable ride but the ergonomics are pretty strange the steering wheel doesn’t telescope in or out and there is no up or down adjustment for the driver seat and it’s not available as an option so if you like it or you don’t it seems to sit too high for me so I didn’t buy the car.

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2007 Toyota Prius Review
BigPaul367 says:
This Car never lets us down, really good fuel economy, seating, vision, and looks good all the time! My only complaints? Only a ten gallon Gas Tank and the A/C never gets really cold, which I am told is normal for this car due to the hybrid type used!
vs2003 Chevrolet S-10
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Power Ranked 2003 Chevrolet S-10 better.
"Two more cylinders and and three times the displacement! Four gears in a TRANSMISSION, the Prius doesnt have a transmission!"
Front Seats Ranked 2003 Chevrolet S-10 worse.
"Better Bolstering, no noises when you go over bumps!"
Value Ranked 2003 Chevrolet S-10 worse.
"Pros: Better seating, Better visibility, Better Fuel Economy, Better handling (Will make a u-Turn INSIDE the radius of the S10!) Better brakes. Easier to park, one short car! Holds a Higher Resale value. Con: Expensive to maintain and Average A/C!"
Would Buy Ranked 2003 Chevrolet S-10 worse.
"NO PROBLEMS with the Prius, some problems are inherent to the S10, IT CAME THAT WAY and they will not warranty them! They just say, Oh, thats normal! Well, I have been in S10s that had their, 4.3 V6, motor rebuilt, NO IT IS NOT!!"
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2007 Toyota Prius Touring FWDReview
Liz writes:
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I May Just Buy The Bigger Model Since I Was So Happy With This One And I Would Also Buy The Red One. — I have owned Chevy, Ford, VW, MG, etc, and am very impressed with the Prius it is everything they promised. This car has been tested to the max by me in the snow. Since I have a very long driveway with an uphill grade snow does not make me nervous. It's a great car.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: I fill up once a month, the handling is great and works very well in snow. Other than regular service I replaced the smaller battery which lasted longer than company anticipated.

Cons: Sloping roof design does not work for me. I pick up and deliver chairs and because of the sloping design it makes it difficult to load more than three.

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2007 Toyota Prius FWDReview
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Awesome Car All Around Best Toyota Ever Made — Great car overall requires very little maintenance and the gas mileage. Car requires oil changes just like any other car. You don't have to plug it in the battery charges when you go down hill or just sitting at a light. The technology and research that went into this car to get it right is just astounding!!!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Amazing gas mileage on 20 bucks for a full tank!

Cons: Definitely underpowered but it is a hybrid

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2007 Toyota Prius FWDReview
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I Am Considering Another Prius. — Over 219,000 miles I have replace the front brake pads and one battery (the main battery). It was out of warranty by 40,000 miles but Toyota paid for half of the battery cost and half of the labor to install it. Other than these items the car has been the best car I have ever owned.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very reliable.

Cons: Not the best looking.

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2007 Toyota Prius FWDReview
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Happy. — When you really, really like your car, it's hard to be non-biased about it. The only reason I am selling my 2007 Prius is so that I can use the proceeds as a down payment on a 2014 Prius, while the resale value is high.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It has more power than it's critics say. The ride is quiet, and smooth for a mid-priced car. Highway mileage is between 50 and 62 mpg. City mileage between 40 and 50 in the summer, and between 28 and 35 in the winter. It would be better if not for all the short trips I make. Over seven years I've had no breakdowns or repairs except for a "recall" fix involving the floor mats and a water pump.

Cons: Front visibility is a little obscured due to the airbags, but I've gotten used to it. Rear visibility was a problem, but the problem was solved with the back up camera. Mileage in the winter was a little disappointing, but then, I only drive eight blocks to work so the car never really gets a chance to warm up.

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2007 Toyota Prius FWDReview
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Love My Work Horse Of A Car! — I really enjoy the economy, reliability, and it has a great sound system for my long journeys. I have done very little in maintenance and what needed fixed was very reasonable. It is also fairly comfortable for a hybred. Lots more room than you'd expect.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: This is a great car!  Reliable, not much upkeep... just super!  Great gas mileage too!!

Cons: Not a sexy car...

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2007 Toyota Prius FWDReview
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Very Dependable And Fun Car To Drive And The 41.4 Overall Average Miles Per Gallon Can't Be Beat. — I really like the engine break gear when traveling over the Sierra's. When I put on the cruise control, the Prius maintains its speed even on the steepest of hills. Its aerodynamic design handles the high winds extremely well. The constant consumption and energy guidance system trained me to not jack rabbit start and stop, improving miles per gallon and making the brakes last longer.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Engine Break gear is handy and saves the brakes when on steep hills. Cruise control maintains speed on the steepest of hills.

Cons: I really have nothing negative to say about it.

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2021 Toyota Prius Reviews

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Love this car and features. Drives very well and the cabin is comfortable. A lot of built in technology that enhances the experience. Read More

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2020 Toyota Prius Reviews

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2019 Toyota Prius Reviews

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Quick, clean, easy. Look like the picture . Read More

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2018 Toyota Prius Reviews

Review By srt84sale

Loving it! Already looking for another one. Read More

Review By Claude

The inside colors were not for us. Everything else was good. Read More

2017 Toyota Prius Reviews

Review By Michael

This is a great car. Very smooth driving and lots of options. Read More

Review By Brennan

This is my 2nd Prius (previous was a 2011 model with 130K miles and still ticking) so Im bullish on Prius. I just acquired a 2017 Model IV which is super nice with tons of tech bells and whistles (lan... Read More

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