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Until now, the Toyota Prius started at the Two trim level for $25,570. At that price, the Prius loses its spare tire, rear wiper, and seatback pockets that come standard with the Two trim. The Prius’ reputation is solid, though, and the extra peace of mind from its safety system ought to help justify its (now narrower) price gap. On the other hand, the Prius retains the Toyota Safety Sense P system, which includes adaptive cruise control, a pre-collision system, lane departure alert with steering assist, and automatic high beams. The Korean hybrids both offer different levels of fun and freshness, as well as lower starting prices.
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Kelley Blue Book Recommends Toyota Prius Prime Over Chevy Volt
Kelley Blue Book Recommends Toyota Prius Prime Over Chevy VoltThe all-electric range provided by a plug-in hybrid is the biggest reason to buy one, but that did not stop Kelley Blue Book from naming a 25-mile range Toyota over a 53-mile range Chevrolet. SEE ALSO: Should You Buy A 2017 Toyota Prius Prime? “KBB’s Electric/Hybrid Car Best Buy for 2017, the Toyota Prius Prime brings together the time-tested reliability of Toyota technology, a pleasantly rewarding drive, and easy-to-use efficiency,” said the publication. For the 2017 list of “5 Best Plug-in Hybrid Cars Under $40,000,” Toyota’s Prius Prime took top honors over the runner up Chevy Volt from the editors of the consumer automotive website. This is not to downgrade the Volt overly much, however, and Kelley Blue Book nearly gushes praise for the Volt too, which made it a former Kelley Blue Book Best Buy Winner.
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