2015 start up question

Asked by Jun 01, 2015 at 01:39 PM about the 2015 Toyota Prius Three

Question type: General

I bought 2015 yesterday. To start you step on brake and the screen lights up to say "ready" so you push Start button. Today, I step on the brake and no screenlights up so I push the start button and the screen lights up...I can put it is gear. Is this a serious problem? Wondering if it a computer problem. Should I return the car while I can?

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First check in your manual to make sure you are doing it correctly but most definitely take it back if you can not figure it out.

to start the car you must put your foot on the brake. you must have miss read what you did the first time. if you just put your foot on the brake it will not show the screen .you should not be having any trouble, it is alright. these car take us drivers getting used to how they run, I have 2 of them ,08 & 13, and I love both of them. it will amaze you at what you can do with the gas mileage when you learn how to drive it. you will mostly get in the 50s mpg, but you can go right on up, my last 2 tanks where above 65mpg on over 600 miles on each tank. have fun!!!

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