Sipping less than four litres of fuel per 100km, is the Toyota Prius still the best option for buyers after an efficient hybrid vehicle?
Long-term report two on our 2016 Toyota Prius sees Matt Campbell head from Sydney to Melbourne.
We've taken on a long-term loan of the new-generation 2016 Toyota Prius. Here's what we thought after the first month.
The 2016 Toyota Prius is one of those cars you either get or you don't.
The oddly styled fourth-generation Toyota Prius fails to make much of an impression.
The all-new Toyota Prius is bigger and better than ever.
The world's most popular hybrid has been given a significant update for 2012.
Having spent three months with a Toyota Prius, it was time then to attend a Prius Club of QLD meeting.
If I had all the money in the world, there would still be a Prius i-Tech sitting in my garage (along side a Bugatti Veyron, Aston Martin V12 Vantage...
The new Prius i-Tech is a far more appealing proposition to the outgoing model.
After one solid month with the new third generation Toyota Prius hybrid my opinion still hasn't changed. It's quite possibly the smartest, yet the most uncool car under $60,000. Whilst I've had the Prius I've also got behind the wheel of two other cars, a Jaguar XF-R and a Lexus IS250C...