A lot has changed in the almost two decades since the Toyota Prius first hit American roads. As one of the most important names in hybrid vehicle technology, the car has been in a mixed spotlight for a long time. It would be easy to assume that as hybrids are finally catching on, Toyota might not put as much effort into the Prius anymore.
That couldn’t be further from the truth, as the most recent generation of the Prius started just back in 2015 and even received a facelift in 2018 to keep its design fresh. The floating roof design is beautiful, and the front end makes it look sharp without denying its identity as a fuel-efficient hybrid. Check out the details and available features of the 2020 Toyota Prius with the chart below.
When it comes to the Prius, the best fuel efficiency comes out of the L Eco trim. For the most part, even when loading AWD and a wealth of available features into the hybrid, it maintains a maximum MPG in the 50s, surpassing all its traditionally fueled cousins without a second thought. The Prius is a great vehicle for those concerned about fuel prices and want a high-tech interior with it.
Other Available Features of the 2020 Toyota Prius
Front Fog/Driving Lights
Tire Pressure Monitoring
Blind Spot and Lane Change Alert System
Adaptive LED Headlights with Self-Leveling
Emergency Braking Assist
Automatic Climate Control
Universal Remote Transmitter for Powered Garage Doors