as declared in But can the Ioniq usher in a new hybrid era by proving that the Prius is no longer king?
All variants combined, there have been over 2 million units of the Prius sold in the US alone.
Whereas the Prius has a combined fuel economy rating of 52mpg combined, the Ioniq manages 55mpg combined.
There’s a reason why, despite its recent failures, the Toyota Prius has and will remain comfortably perched atop the hybrid market: it has grown to be almost synonymous with the word ‘hybrid’.
For the average buyer, this ubiquity makes siding with Toyota much easier than taking a leap of faith with Hyundai.
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Toyota Prius Prime Becoming Hot Commodity On Dealer Lots
Toyota Prius Prime Becoming Hot Commodity On Dealer LotsThe Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid has been doing so well in sales this year that they’re moving off lots quickly and dealers are asking for more.
If the Prius Prime is that hot in sales at dealer lots, it clearly points to the new plug-in hybrid resolving what had been typically heard about the old 2012-2015 plug-in hybrid Prius.
SEE ALSO: Should You Buy A 2017 Toyota Prius Prime?
WardsAuto reported Prius liftback sales dropped 24.4 percent from February 2016.
The Prius Prime has been heading in the opposite direction with car buyers.
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Toyota Prius May Not Survive For Much Longer – Autoomobile
Toyota knows that the Toyota Prius cannot compete with the electric vehicles on the market and they have set up an in-house company.
Toyota said they wanted to launch an electric vehicle by 2020 in Japan and so when this happens there might not be any room left in the market for the Toyota Prius.
Some electric vehicles on the market today offer up a range of 300 miles and this is something that the Toyota Prius has to compete with, but cant.
Due to this the Prius might not survive on the market for much longer.
Toyota isn’t giving up on eco-cars and bear in mind that the Toyota Mirai has been called the ultimate in eco-cars.
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