2013 Toyota Prius C

September 8th, 2014 | Comments Closed | Toyota

2013 Toyota Prius C is almost equal to the car that debuted last year. This is the smallest of the four alignment Prius car but like his brothers his dedicated hybrid body style is offered only as a hybrid of gasoline and electricity. On smaller and less expensive than the classic Prius Liftback which explains how a midsize car the Prius C five-door hatchback subcompact is among compact in size. His style is less space than the rest of the Toyota Prius C 2013-alignment and age and you may not know is that a hybrid if it were not for the EPA combined rating of 50 mpg gas mileage.

2013 Toyota Prius C Performance

The 2013 Toyota Prius C hybrid smaller and lighter to create powertrain smaller and lighter than the 1.5-liter engine takes 73 horsepower and is paired with a Hybrid Synergy Drive system more compact engine with two generators . The combined propulsion system provides a maximum of 99 hp. 2013 Toyota Prius C has cleverly managed to fit both a gasoline tank and a 0.9 kilowatt-hour battery smaller under the rear seat which means that the 2013 Toyota Prius C has a load bay Total depth – unlike the Honda Insight which has an area of ??surface charge with the battery pack below. Along the way the smaller Prius is surprisingly agile and maneuverable especially compared to the heavy and numb handling of his older brothers. But again do not expect the dynamic performance of a sports hatchback. However the reward is clear pump At 50 km drive around San Diego-including freeways two-lane roads and stop-and-go-we saw an average of 51.4 miles per gallon. The acceleration is almost on par with other subcompact economy. But the performance is definitely not a priority with the 2013 Toyota Prius C offering Eco mode – which reduces the power output has different configurations and climate control – as well as EV mode for up to a half mile of electricity only. But fans of hot hatches to will notice that the 2013 Toyota Prius C has no power or Sport mode

2013 Toyota Prius C Interior

2013 Toyota Prius C is closer in size to that in the matrix subcompacte hatchback compact 157 inches long to and 67 inches wide. This makes the five-door hatchback hybrid really maneuverable and perfectly suitable for use in the big city and narrow parking spaces. The smooth round low-end front and swept headlights offer a mix of Prius and Yaris style guides but riding back reads subcompacte generic – no drop in 2013 Toyota Prius C Littback chopped-off tail and two rear window. 2013 Toyota Prius C has vertical tail lights a roof spoiler long and a conventional tailgate that is more horizontal than vertical. From the rear observers can not know if that is a hybrid not read the badges. Open the door of the 2013 Toyota Prius C and see a brand new board that combines traditional Prius Multi Information Display centrally mounted just below the windshield with conventional controls – not including the class selector unit 2013 Toyota Prius C stem gushing from the board but a shifter mounted on the floor conventional chrome. Other switches and controls are recognizable from subcompacte Yaris too. Inside you’ll find more space cab 2013 Toyota Prius C may be suspected. The front seats feel almost the same as in other Prius models back two six-footers should be able to adapt without any problems – although there is no doubt that for a midsize car 2013 Toyota Prius C

2013 Toyota Prius C Safety

2013 Toyota Prius C for the material and the fit quality is significantly cheaper than what you’ll find in the current Prius but is on the average conventional subcompact. Our test car seemed to be well constructed and assembled without squeaks or other technical problems. 2013 Toyota Prius C has clearly worked to keep costs down with painted metal visible inside the window surrounds and hatchback but the effect is thrifty rather sad. At the base model 2013 Toyota Prius C there is even a conventional ignition key instead of push button starter. 2013 Toyota Prius C was named IIHS Top Safety Pick in the past comes with nine airbags as standard along with all the now-traditional security assistance such as brakes and electronic stability control with anti-lock brake assist. Delivery included with the base price of the 2013 Toyota Prius C Up to One base model comes with an impressive level of standard equipment including automatic climate control electrical accessories keyless entry and a sound system that includes a USB port and iPod capability . Ascend to the range 2013 Toyota Prius C Three includes a navigation system and Toyota’s Entune interface while the top of the line 2013 Toyota Prius C Four adds fog lamps alloy wheels and seats heating. Sort By simply and allow some customization distributor there is only one option package which consists of alloy wheels and a sliding roof grouped. While 2013 Toyota Prius C costs a couple thousand dollars more than a hatchback petrol subcompacte comparable equipment chances are you can get a payback on their greatly improved fuel economy. To make the math easy assume that a subcompacte regularly get 33 mpg with 50 mpg Prius C. This is an extra gallon of gasoline per 100 kilometers – or a potential return on investment in just 50,000 miles assuming $ 4 per gallon of gasoline . Your mileage may vary as compared to their cars their own travel patterns and so on. But if you want to cover their bets against the unpredictable price of gasoline and the total cost of fuel the 2013 Toyota Prius C is the most inexpensive car mileage can buy.

2013 Toyota Prius C Image

2013 Toyota Prius C Image

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