2007 Toyota Prius User Reviews

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    A Great Choice For Gas Price Or Environmentally Concious — The car is simply wonderful and will appeal to any technophile, environmentalist or economical person. I am very happy with all the high-tech features this car has standards, that others only get in a luxury car (bluetooth phone integration, lcd dashboard screen, rear back-up cam, auto-dimming rear-view mirrors, keyless RF entry and ignition, etc.) Some people complain that the gas milage is no different, but you have to learn how to drive the car to get the full benefits of the electric motor. I easily average between 45 and 55 mpg (depending how much city/highway I do). If you are futilely zipping from red light to red light as fast as you can - the gas mileage will not be any better than any other vehicle.

    Owner for 0 years, 3 months

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Miles Driven per Year:7,500

    Pros: great gas mileage, low impact on environment, high-tech luxury features

    Cons: low profile (can bottom out easy), pick-up power less than traditional car

    9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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    2007 Toyota Prius BaseReview
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    2007 Used Prius Base — The Silver is the cleanest looking. Best gas mileage, bar none. No mechanical problems during scheduled maintenance. Acceleration is good and braking is great. Fun to drive. Comfortable for 4 passengers. Audio system is really nice. Heat and air conditioning response time is great.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: I bought it because it has the best gas mileage of any car - between 39.4 - 48.7 average depending upon driving conditions. I also was impressed with the high percentage of resale value. I have driven it for 4 years and have traveled on trips of over 900 miles and it was very comfortable for the 4 of us. I was impressed with the way it handled in the high winds in Colorado.
    Very comfortable for 5 adults with plenty of cargo space for luggage, and groceries. Fold down the seats and use the tie-down straps to carry lumber or your popup for those outings.

    Cons: Does not seat 5 comfortably.

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    It Was The Future At The Time — 49mpg and nicely equipped with nav, phone and mp3 player integration. Driver space a bit tight and awkward. OK performance and acceleration. High quality feel. Good trunk space and variability. Does everything to make you think mpg rather than speed.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Ability to use the car pool lanes in California as solo driver

    Cons: No reason

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    This is a great car and has no isues
    vs2007 Nissan Altima
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    vs2007 Hyundai Sonata
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    vs2007 Kia Optima
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    The battery thing kills it
    vs2007 Honda Civic Hybrid
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    Handling Ranked 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid better.
    "The battery for the prius is way to much "
    Would Buy Ranked 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid better.
    "Toyota battery I its damaged its 2,000 to replace it "
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    It handled very well with great gas mileage
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    2011 Toyota Prius Reviews

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