Here’s an interesting fact, the Chrysler marque currently offers three models; Chrysler 300, Chrysler 200, and Chrysler Town and Country. By comparison, Toyota offers four different versions of the Prius. That’s right; Toyota offers more different versions of the Prius model than exists Chrysler models–period.
The subject of this 2015 Toyota Prius c Road Test Review is part of a family, which includes the standard Prius Hatchback, the Plug-in version of the Prius Hatchback, and the station wagon-like Prius V. Among them, the Prius c is the most affordable member of the family.
Based largely on Toyota’s Yaris, the Prius c is also considerably smaller than the other Prius-badged Toyotas. The “c” suffix stands for city, which is exactly where this little runabout shines. By their very nature, hybrids get better fuel economy in city driving, so as a city car, the Prius c starts off with a significant advantage.