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The V is sold alongside the Prius’s traditional five-door liftback and compact-hatch C forms, and this new version ditches the old V’s dowdy duds for a taller ride height and a more SUV-like ...
The 2017 Toyota Prius v ranks near the top of its class, thanks to its roomy seating and cargo space, great safety scores, low ownership costs, and solid predicted reliability rating. If you want an efficient, no-frills family hauler, the Toyota Prius v is a great wagon to consider. The Prius v ...
Prius v has been discontinued, making the 2017 Prius v the last model year. However, with an incredible lineup of hybrids – including the stylish Prius Liftback and adventurous RAV4 Hybrid – there’s a Toyota that’s sure to bring plenty of versatility and efficiency to your next family outing.
The 2017 Toyota Prius V (the V stands for "Versatility") is a five-passenger compact hybrid wagon available in four trim levels: Two, Three, Four and Five.
The Prius V isn’t as engaging to drive as the Ford C-Max, which is also offered as a plug-in. In Toyota’s lineup, only the standard Prius is available as a plug-in variant, called the Prius Prime.
A chair-like seating position, low sills, and big windows combine to make the Prius V feel open and airy. The standard backup camera is a welcome feature. A weight-saving plastic moonroof is optional.
The Prius V wagon might look similar to the familiar Prius hatchback, but it's stretched in all dimensions to provide notably more cargo space and a roomier rear seat.