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Car Review 2013 Toyota Prius v

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Car Review: 2013 Toyota v

Anyone who is reading this is in the 2013 Toyota Prius v of its fuel mileage. Sure it has good attributes which we fill you in on, but good fuel is number one. I have to be and say that I would rather be a Mercedes C63 AMG Black Series, but not what was delivered for me to test this week.

But the Prius v is in a class and is a good example of the technology Toyota is putting And it is some the best technology on the

The Prius is all about fuel-efficiency, but the v is about fuel-sipping economy and an element of versatility into the Prius v uses the same as in the popular Prius liftback, but with 58 percent more space. If you’ve checked out the Prius model and felt it was too you need to look at the v.

Prius v is 6 longer, 3.3 inches higher, and 1.1 wider than the Prius The bigger v still uses the 4-cylinder gas engine that’s to an electric motor, for a total power output of 134 horsepower. It uses the same nickel-metal battery pack, like non-plug-in Prius models. The powertrain comes coupled to a variable transmission (CVT).

The CVT is used for its efficiency, not because its fun to

Whats new for Prius v?

Whats new for Prius v came out in 2012 and over unchanged for the Prius v model ($27,415) we are testing week. I know you’ve waiting to hear the fuel-mileage and here they are. Of all that extra cargo comes at some sacrifice in

Prius v weights in 230 pounds than the original liftback and takes extra power to lug

It’s not as efficient as the standard but still gets decent mileage. It loses 8 miles per to the tune of an EPA-estimated 44/40 mpg and 42 mpg combined, compared with mpg city/highway and 50 mpg combined for the Prius And it does require 91 octane for maximum performance.

It s about efficiency and functionality

It doesn’t like the 517 hp Mercedes C63 AMG Black but you knew that. But people buy the Prius v for its performance numbers, so we even need to go there. are unimpressive and don’t really for the person looking for efficiency and

And that’s where the Prius v Prius v is a compelling choice for looking for a fuel-efficient crossover/wagon lots of functionality.

Inside, Prius v features cubic feet of cargo ability, which is more 80 percent of compact SUVs and wagons. So functionality is the key with seats that side and back to increase cargo even more. The v cabin is and features standard cloth that are not designed for the sporty

The cabin is functional and clean. It was to find just the right position with the tilt/telescoping wheel and 6-way power seat. Prius v Three Display Audio with backup camera, Entune music and information app, HD radio, and hands-free phone

Out on the road, Prius v handled and well up in mountain corners of Denver. Where people do most of their driving is town where the v is easy to and maneuvers well through and congested city streets. The v has a more firm suspension and the can be a bit rough over the bumps.

The larger 16-inch wheels may to the firmer ride.

It also can be at highway speeds and at full as sound-deadening material adds weight and reduces efficiency. The Halogen headlamps were bright and illuminated the dark well as we traveled up a dark near Floyd Hill.

Overall, the 2013 Toyota v offers a pleasant city experience. It features the functionality of a with hybrid-worthy fuel and excellent cargo carrying Prius v is a compelling choice for looking for a fuel-efficient crossover/wagon lots of room for cargo and legroom for hauling adults and

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