If you’re looking for information on a newer Toyota Prius Prime, we’ve published an updated review: 2019 Toyota Prius Prime Review
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Plug-in enthusiasts should be pretty pumped about the Prius Prime’s $27,000 base price, as it’s considerably cheaper than the much-hyped Tesla Model 3. And a totally loaded version of the Prime will run you around $30,000 after tax credits.
With a larger battery, it should average around 25 electric miles, then goes into hybrid mode, where it should clock in around 54 miles per gallon. See the 2018 Toyota Prius Prime models for sale near you
Thanks to a recent redesign and suspension tweaks, the Prime’s acceleration, ride and handling are dramatically improved. So it’s definitely more fun to drive.
As for style, there’s no denying this Prius feels distinctively modern with its futuristic design details.
And if you’re a techie, you’ll love the massive HD multi-media touchscreen with pinch-zoom and swipe capability. And there’s plenty of advanced driver assist tech available, even on the base model.