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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-InReview
Ibuytoomanycars writes:
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I bought a non plug-in model new in 2011, and wrecked it on the drive home hitting a deer. A few years later I bought a 2014 non plug-in model, and enjoyed it for a long time. I averaged 54mpg regularly mostly highway driving. Being the year 2021 now, I just bought a 9 year old 2012 plug-in model and I couldnt be happier. Im easily going to be averaging in the 60s with the added mileage from the extra battery. Hypermiling this car even further could get me into the 70s on a regular basis. I live at the top of a mountain so that impacts my overall mileage, but going down in the morning is always a free ride. There is nothing to compare this car to because Ive owned dozens of vehicles both new and used and even after all these years this car still feels like home to me. The experience is something you either enjoy, or havent matured enough to understand yet. When I want fun Ill ride my motorcycles. When I want to make my 2 hour daily commute a heck of a lot less expensive, Ill drive the plug-in Prius. At the current price of fuel, this car will save me a minimum of $300 per month in fuel costs alone. If the car and the job last over 33 months, the car will have paid for itself. That is where it where the smart money is at. I have the advanced tech package, so its got more features than a guy like me could ever need already. I dont buy cars to live in them, I buy them as tools. I dont need heated cup holders and blind spot monitors, I can turn my head and look in the side mirrors like people have been doing for decades. If you want to spend the rest of your life working a job you hate just to make a car payment to keep up with the Jones go for it. If you want to have money to do the things you really enjoy in this life, consider buying a used plug-in Prius and see how many smiled per gallon you can achieve as you pass as you pass each gas station.

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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In Advanced Review
yefrem11 says:
vs2012 Chevrolet Volt Premium FWD
2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In Advanced winning categories:
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Power Ranked 2012 Chevrolet Volt Premium FWD better.
"In sport mode and on electric power, the pick up on this vehicle would rival most performance aspirated vehicles"
Looks/Style Ranked 2012 Chevrolet Volt Premium FWD better.
"just look at the two and it is obvious, youd be ashamed to be seen in the Prius and just might be ok being seen in the Volt"

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2013 Toyota Prius Plug-In Reviews

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