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2014 Toyota Prius cReview
GuruQ7BSP writes:
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A great car, excellent gas mileage. I wish it had more internal storage compartments and more overhead lights for the back end of the vehicle. I cant see what hm throwing in my hatch at night.

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Saeed writes:
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Looks okay , but colors is like Yellow Cab taxi

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GuruT92XF writes:
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The fuel mileage is the best out of any non ev car in America. It’s surprisingly zippy for such a small engine and has a lot of room for such a small car.

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Philip writes:
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Great Looking fun to drive. Outstanding Mileage. Super Yellow color. Turns on a dime. Fits Six footers very well.

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Kelsi writes:
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Great little commuter car. It gets amazing mpg, easy to drive and park. The hatchback has decent cargo space for groceries etc. In 2 years has been a very reliable vehicle with just routine maintenance needed.

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vs2014 Chevrolet Spark EV
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Handling Ranked 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV better.
"batteries are under the floor, giving it a low center of gravity. Combined with the heavyweight of the batteries give the Chevy Spark EV. a smooth like a large luxury SUV."
Looks/Style Ranked 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV better.
"Looks very sporty"
2014 Toyota Prius c OneReview
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New! — The car is cute - I love the color and so far it is great on gas mileage (my husband got 62 miles to the gallon!) and she handles well. We think she's the perfect Fiona for our Shrek and I am looking forward to getting to know her better.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: So far it's a very sweet little car. I'll let you know more later.  

Cons: It doesn't accelerate like an eight cylinder, but then it is not intended to and the gas mileage is much better.

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2014 Toyota Prius c TwoReview
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I Love It — get for city driving and i have taken it on long road trips and it is more comfortable then my civic was. I really do average 50mpg and some local trips around town i have gotten 80mpg, that is usually around 8 mile trips coming back to the house and it has allot of down hills.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: bought it for gas mileage

Cons: no room for luggage  but owell

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Practical, Economical. — It is reasonably comfortable for short trips, despite all the hard plastic interior finishes. No rattles so far, everything is working the way it is supposed to. EPA mpg is conservative - it is easily exceeded, unless you are a real lead foot driver. No reason to visit a shop to this point, still waiting for first oil change to be due.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: perfect for local shopping trips!

Cons: Don't know yet, it's too new to us.

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2014 Toyota Prius c One Review
GuruW6QFR says:
vs2016 Ford Focus RS Hatchback
2014 Toyota Prius c One winning categories:
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Back Seats Ranked 2016 Ford Focus RS Hatchback better.
"More leg room for the grandkids"
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2016 Ford Focus RS Hatchback better.
"Better gas miles"

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Reviews From Other Years

2018 Toyota Prius c Reviews

Review By larryware1

Its a very nice car with a great downsized design from the original Prius. Read More

2017 Toyota Prius c Reviews

Review By Josh

Blind spot on the rear sides. Hard to see cars behind and to the side. Read More

2016 Toyota Prius c Reviews

Review By Tea

This 2016 Prius C Four has all the right features like a back-up camera, navigation, leather seats, and a sunroof...However, I’m surprised it doesn’t have a pre-collision system, nor lane departure wa... Read More

Review By fsrxtreme

Great car so far plenty of power for passing and merging on to freeways!! Read More

2015 Toyota Prius c Reviews

Review By GuruGW3YC

Love the style of the car, and the red color and the gas milage. One complaint is the black interior. At night its hard to see anything on the dash or in the car. It is very dark. Plus, the plastic se... Read More

2013 Toyota Prius c Reviews

Review By Guru9CZQPX

I liked the car when I first got in it and starteddriving it but when I tried to accelerate to merge into traffic it was extremely disappointing. Definitely lacked get up and go! Read More

Review By Guru9XZWTW

They are really good cars and would love more options Read More

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