2011 Toyota Prius

II FWD 4-Dr Hatchback I4

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2011 Toyota Prius
2011 Toyota Prius
The Toyota Prius is an economy car that has been in the Toyota line up since 2000. The 2011 Prius is still a very fuel efficient vehicle offering a strong option for these in the "green" car market. The Prius was one of the first true hybrids to hit the streets and is one of the strongest selling in this category to the day. This smaller vehicle offers many features that you would expect to find in a larger sedan and also offers huge hatchback that is great for those who need to move larger items using this tiny cars huge storage capabities.

After the initial market shock of how such a car could fit into the automotive industry and society, the Prius remains to be one of the leading vehicles in the hybrid classification. Starting just a little over $22,000 it does not seem that there is much of a premium added for the huge fuel economy offered in the Prius line up. The 2011 Prius claims to get 54 MPG in town and up to 48 MPG on the highway using its fuel cell and engine combination.
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Detroit 2012: 2012 Toyota Prius C Promises 53 MPG, 2013 Land Cruiser Doesn’t
Talk about opposites: in a single press conference, Toyota managed to roll out both the new 2012 Prius c hybrid, and the massive 2013 Land Cruiser SUV.
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Report: Is Toyota Planning a Prius-Based Racer for Super GT?
You would think that with Subaru readying a GT300-class version of its new BRZ rear-wheel drive sports car, Toyota would be doing the same with its GT 86. Well, you might be wrong as a new report is saying that Toyota’s next car for the Super GT series will be based off – of all things -- the Prius.
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EPA Names Top 10 Most Fuel Efficient Cars for 2012
The Environmental Protection Agency has issued its list of the most fuel efficient cars available for the 2012 model year, and, sadly, there are very few surprises. The entire list is composed of electric and hybrid cars, with nary a diesel- or tradition internal combustion-powered car to be found. Toyota is the biggest winner here, claiming four of the ten spots with the Toyota Prius (number five), Prius v (number 7), Camry Hybrid LE (number 10), and the Lexus CT200h (number eight). Honda also nabs two spots with the Civic Hybrid ranked at number six and the Insight at number nine. The full list, including electric and plug-in electric vehicles:
  1. Mitsubishi i-MiEV, 126/99 mpg city/highway
  2. Nissan Leaf, 106/92
  3. Azure Dynamics Transit Connect Van, 62/62 (electric Ford Transit Connect)
  4. Chevrolet Volt, 58/62
  5. Toyota Prius, 51/48
  6. Honda Civic Hybrid, 44/44
  7. Toyota Prius v, 44/40
  8. Lexus CT 200h, 43/40
  9. Honda Insight, 41/44
  10. Toyota Camry Hybrid LE, 43/39
As you can see, the EPA chose to include full-electric and plug-in electric vehicles in their data. However, if you excludecars like the Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt, the list changes slightly. Tying for the number eight spot without electrics are the Ford Fusion Hybrid and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid. The amended list also gains its first non-hybrid with the Scion iQ ranking at number nine, thanks to its 36/37 mpg city/highway rating. The Honda CR-Z hybrid rounds out the electric-free top ten. Source: EPA
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Weekend Roundup: Toyota Prius c, Jeep Diesels, Ford Transit U.S.-Bound
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Feature Flick: Giant People Person Discovers Growing Toyota Prius Lineup
While demand for the Toyota Prius continues to outstrip supply, the automaker has released a new ad that creatively spotlights the newest Prius family variants.
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2011 Toyota Prius Specifications

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Engine
1.8L I4Engine
Fuel economy City:
51 MPG
Fuel economy Highway:
48 MPG
Horsepower:
134 hp
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Windows
  • Power Locks
  • Steering Wheel Tilt (optional)
  • Cruise Control
  • ABS
  • Stabilizer Front (optional)
  • Electronic Traction Control
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Airbag Driver
  • Airbag Passenger
  • Airbag Side Front
  • Radio
  • CD Player (optional)

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