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Toyota Prius Pricing and Specs

2020 Toyota Prius

2020

From $37,890

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

2001 to 2019

$2,600 - 35,200

Year Price From Price To
2020 $37,890 $45,825
2019 $21,500 $35,200
2018 $19,100 $32,670
2017 $17,900 $30,580
2016 $15,300 $27,610
2015 $13,300 $23,980
2014 $11,600 $21,010
2013 $10,800 $19,140
2012 $9,000 $19,250
2011 $8,800 $16,720
2010 $7,700 $14,850
2009 $6,000 $12,870
2008 $5,000 $9,790
2007 $4,400 $8,910
2006 $4,100 $8,470
2005 $2,800 $7,920
2004 $2,800 $5,940
2003 $2,700 $5,610
2002 $2,700 $4,620
2001 $2,600 $4,400
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Toyota Prius FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Toyota Prius here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Toyota Prius rust problems

    Rust wasn't a particular issue with the Prius any more than it is   on any other Toyota. I would show it to your dealer and have Toyota   inspect it with a view to repairing it.

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  • Hybrid or diesel?

    Both will give you good fuel savings in the sort of driving you're doing. The hybrid would likely be better in stop-start driving, the diesel better for open-road motoring. The diesel would be cheaper to buy and have a better resale value in the medium term. People are still sceptical about the life of the batteries in the hybrid -- though there is no evidence to suggest they are a problem -- but it has a negative effect on used values. You would also be tied to a Toyota dealer for servicing. The broader trade has yet to develop the expertise to look after the complex electrics of the hybrid.

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  • Plugged in to hybrids

    A HYBRID such as the Toyota Prius recharges the battery as you drive along, so there's no need to plug it in to mains power to recharge it.

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