Toyota Prius C

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2015 Toyota Prius C i-Tech Review
  • $1000 cheaper than before; well equipped; excellent fuel efficiency; improved ride comfort and steering; good interior packaging; cheap servicing
  • Still an expensive city car; only slightly more fuel efficient than cheaper petrol rivals; loud, coarse petrol engine; dynamics a long way from best rivals; flimsy interior plastics

OUR RATING
7 / 10

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2015 Toyota Prius C i-Tech Review

We were left a little underwhelmed by the Toyota Prius C when we last tested it in September. Our key criticisms of the Japanese brand’s smallest and best-selling dedicated hybrid were that it was too expensive and had a flimsy interior, average steering, a harsh ride, a coarse and noisy engine, and a hybrid powertrain that was only slightly more fuel efficient than its most frugal petrol rivals...

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2015 Toyota Prius C becomes Australia's most affordable hybrid car
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2015 Toyota Prius C becomes Australia's most affordable hybrid car

The facelifted 2015 Toyota Prius C has become the nation's most affordable hybrid car, with revised pricing across the Japanese brand's two-model city car line-up. Revealed at the 2014 Los Angeles auto show, the new-look Toyota Prius C retains the same overall body structure and hybrid components (a 1...


2015 Toyota Prius C facelift revealed
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2015 Toyota Prius C facelift revealed

The 2015 Toyota Prius C was revealed at today’s Los Angeles auto show, premiering a fresh look and a revised interior. The first update for the city-sized Prius C introduces a new exterior design comprising an expansive black hexagonal grille that dominates the front end, reshaped headlights with standard LED headlamps, a restyled front bumper with new fog lights and indicators, shark-fin roof antenna and redesigned ‘light pipe’ LED tail-lights...


2014 Toyota Prius C Review
Rating: 6.510 /10
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2014 Toyota Prius C Review

Two and a half years after its introduction to our market, the Toyota Prius C has clearly established itself as the most popular model in the Japanese brand’s dedicated hybrid family. Australia’s smallest and cheapest hybrid outsells the seven-seat Prius V two to one, and more than triples sales of the regular Prius small car...

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$23,990 - $26,990

Toyota Aqua Cross concept: tough-looking Prius C teased
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Toyota Aqua Cross concept: tough-looking Prius C teased

The Toyota Aqua Cross concept – a rugged-looking Prius C with off-road-inspired styling – has been teased ahead of its debut at next week's Tokyo motor show. The Toyota Prius C-based hybrid city-car crossover concept features metallic underbody protection panels, fog lights, silver mirror caps and roof rails, and black plastic cladding around its wheel arches, side skirts and bumpers...


Toyota Prius C convertible previewed by Aqua Air concept
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Toyota Prius C convertible previewed by Aqua Air concept

A sketch of the Toyota Aqua Air concept has surfaced online, previewing a convertible version of the Prius C that’s set to debut at next week’s Tokyo motor show. The image of the pink Prius C cabrio concept first appeared in a report by Yahoo Japan accompanied by details of the car's hybrid system and city-car dimensions...


Toyota Prius C Review
Rating: 810 /10
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Toyota Prius C Review

The Toyota Prius may be a household name, but the world’s most famous petrol-electric model sits on nowhere near as many driveways as its manufacturer would have hoped. Can the new Toyota Prius C change all that? This is the smallest member of what will be a trio of Prius family models when the seven-seater Toyota Prius V arrives in May to join the Prius-with-no-extra-letter (or regular Prius) that has now spanned three generations over 15 years...

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$23,990