2012 Toyota Prius V Road Test and Review
2012 Toyota Prius V: Introduction
"Toyota Prius wagon" - if that particular phrase has never entered your mind, then you probably won't understand why the Japanese brand went ahead and expanded the already successful Prius lineup to include a larger, more passenger-and-cargo friendly edition of the hybrid hatchback dubbed the Toyota Prius V. If, however, you have been longing for a battery-powered family vehicle that offers excellent fuel economy and doesn't come in crossover-sized proportions, then a Prius wagon would seem to be exactly what the doctor ordered.
The 2012 Toyota Prius v is the initial foray into making the Prius it's own unique sub-brand. This beefier, yet still efficient new member of the hybrid family doesn't disappoint when it comes to serving its mission of providing ample space without sacrificing much of the unique charm that has made the standard Prius far and away the most popular battery-assisted car on the market.