The Toyota Prius v is a wagon-like model from the Prius lineup of hybrid cars. Toyota says the “v” stands for versatility.
The Corolla is probably one of the cheapest hybrid cars in Australia, with the SX Hybrid just $1500 more than its conventional counterpart. Toyota Corolla SX Hybrid.
|Price||From $28,370, plus on-road costs|
As a compact car, the Toyota Prius is essentially a larger version of the Prius c, with more room for passengers and cargo. The Prius has a smoother ride, quicker acceleration, and better fuel economy than the Prius c. However, the Prius c is easier to maneuver in tight spaces and costs less to buy.Jun 15, 2021
The evolution of the Prius
- 1997-2003. First-generation Prius. The first-generation Prius was launched in October 1997 as the world's first mass-produced hybrid passenger vehicle.
- 2003-2009. Second-generation Prius.
- 2009-2015. Third-generation Prius.
- 2015- Fourth-generation Prius.
Toyota To Debut 5th Gen Prius In 2023 Toyota has a response to remove the variable by creating an EV that has no catalytic converter. Some of the focal points on the 5th gen Prius will be leveraging the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, and Gen 5 Prius will retain what Gen 4 offers.Jul 29, 2021
The Toyota Prius V hybrid – a large seven-seat variation of the standard Prius hatchback – is set to be axed, a spokesperson for the Japanese brand in Australia confirmed. “Toyota Australia will discontinue selling the Prius V in Australia from 31 August 2021,” the spokesperson told Drive.May 26, 2021
The Prius v is the largest of the Prius models and features more of a wagon design with an enlarged cargo area. The Prius v sports the same engine as the standard Prius but because it carries a slightly larger build, it returns a slightly lower fuel efficiency at 44 MPG city and 40 MPG highway.Apr 13, 2017
Toyota Prius V
|Toyota Prius v (ZVW40/41)|
|Production||May 2011 – March 2021|
|Model years||2012–2017 (US)|
|Assembly||Japan: Toyota, Aichi (Takaoka plant)|
|Designer||Kousuke Kubo Mineo Imaiida Masanori Kinoshita (2009)|