Used Toyota Hybrids Ratings

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    2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid - LE

    I have no doubt I would give the overall rating of this car 5 stars were it not for the arrogance of the manufacturer to own up to problems and provided quality customer service. But, Toyota, like most auto manufacturers is only interested in the bottom line and will ignore known problems, even try to hide them. This car is superb in so many ways, that it is disgusting the manufacturer would allow ill will to exist on peripheral issues. Our big issue is the abominable navigation system.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 2 years
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    2010 Toyota Prius - IV

    The Prius has generally exceeded my expectations from the MPG perspective. During the summer I tend to see averages around 52-53 and during the winter 45. Overall the car is comfortable and is holding together very well. The best part is the fill-up. Even at the higher gas prices I rarely put in more that $40.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 3 years
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    2011 Toyota Prius - Five

    The dealership has been a nightmare and Toyota U.S.A. does not really care about its customers it seems to me. I really like the solar roof and ventilation, as well as the large sunroof. The cruise control is fantastic because it keeps the car at a constant speed, even when going down steep hills due to the generators charging the batteries. The car is a good value, even at the price. I see the envy in peoples eyes at the gas pump. Overall I am glad I bought the car. Beware of dealers!

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 1 year
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    2007 Toyota Prius - Touring

    This is an excellent vehicle. It is comfortable and roomy specially for cargo. With the back seats folded down you have more than enough room for carting anything around. There is plenty of head and leg room. The MPG is the best. I am getting 45 MPG after 5 years of long distance driving. This is not a sports car so yes the pick up is a bit slow but considering the MPG it is well worth it.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 5 years
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    2008 Toyota Prius - Standard

    The wife loves the proximity key feature. Great on gas and surprisingly roomy. I wasn't too happy with the style initially but it has grown on me. It's a little low on power but what do you expect. I am happy to be saving a lot on gas. I recommend this car, I will be buying another Prius when this one gives up.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 4 years
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    2008 Toyota Prius - Base

    Not going to win a lot of style points but for practicality in an era of $4 a gallon gasoline it's hard to beat. The car is actually pretty roomy for both passengers and cargo given it's MPG. The quality is great - I've never had a problem with it. And with it's hybrid electric/gas engine it has surprisingly nice pickup.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 3 years
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    2008 Toyota Prius

    An Excellent Vehicle

    Pros: MPG, interior size is excellent relative to exterior dimensions.

    Cons: Needing a front wheel bearing at 34k miles.

    The vehicle is comfortable and reliable. It's great on long trips. Blizzak tires in the winter cut down on fuel economy by 2 or 3 mpg, something I anticipated. Ethanol in gasoline cuts down mileage perhaps 6 to 10 percent, something that affects every driver (meaning that we are all subsidizing the ethanol industry with reduced mileage).

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 4 years