2014 Toyota Prius Plug-In Top Comparisons

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2014 Toyota Prius Plug-InReview
Dave writes:

Time will tell. I had a 2010 Prius which I LOVED. It was a delight to drive and to own: From Virginia Beach it took me to places like Ohio and Atlanta. That car, however, lacked three important features: A backup camera, a navigation system and it was not a plug-in for everyday driving. This 2014 car has all the features the other lacked. I have just acquired this 2014 Plug-in Prius so I am still learning it. It is, after all, new to me. So far, I LOVE this car, but because I acquired it from a Used-Car dealer, I do have my reservations about the integrity of the dealership. That being said, the car, so far, is a dream. The back-up camera works and work very well. The navigation system works very well. The Plug-in feature is one that every person should have. I walk every day at the local Botanical Garden. At age 76, thats very important to me. The garden is 5.3 miles away from my house. The Garden provides FREE charging for my car and the car, fully charged, is good for about 13 miles. You do the math. So each and every day I can go, recharge my car, and not spend a lot of money (none) on gasoline. As a retired sailor on Social Security thats a very BIG deal. I drive this car on the highway; exceeding the 13 mile EV limit of a charged car, and came home registering 77 MPG. Thats a big deal. I would give this car a 5 star, except I am still reserving judging on the integrity of the dealer. After all, I did buy it used at 148,000 miles.

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2014 Toyota Prius Plug-In Review
Guru56GRN says:
So many better handling and quicker cars out there for the money.
vs2014 Ford C-Max Energi SEL FWD
2014 Toyota Prius Plug-In winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Front Seats Ranked 2014 Ford C-Max Energi SEL FWD better.
"Much more supportive."
Back Seats Ranked 2014 Ford C-Max Energi SEL FWD better.
"Much more headroom."
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Reviews From Other Years

2015 Toyota Prius Plug-In Reviews

Review By Guru9B6ZSK

Car is a good value. However, the interior package it came with was not as nice as my (current) 2012 Prius. It has fabric seats and a smaller GPS Screen not as easy to use as my current model. The ... Read More

2013 Toyota Prius Plug-In Reviews

Its The Right Car That Needs The "right" Person By Mike

its certainly not a performance car, but it can be fun to drive... or at least saying that you're not using gas is fun! It's also fun to fill your car with $25 and it actually be full from empty a... Read More

2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In Reviews

Review By Ibuytoomanycars

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 regular... Read More

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