After more than 25 reviews and test drives of the 2012 Toyota Prius C Hybrid, automobile sources rank the 2012 Toyota Prius C near the top of the affordable small car class. Reviewers report that the Prius C hybrid performed flawlessly in city driving, and ranked the highest in fuel economy ratings in a class.
Toyota’s “Prius C” is the fourth addition to the Toyota Prius family. Additionally it’s the smallest, least expensive, most fuel efficient member of the Prius family. These features distinguish the Prius C from the rest of the Toyota hybrid lineup. When compared with the rest of the competition, small hybrids such as the Honda Insight and Civic Hybrid, are far below the Prius C’s estimated fuel economy ratings of 53 / 46 mpg city/ highway- which are the highest of all small hybrids. The highest rating for any hybrid vehicle made without a plug-in is, 53 mpg city rating, that rating belongs proudly to the Toyota Prius C.
Reviewer say cargo space is good for a hybrid hatchback. If you’re searching for a small efficient hybrid, you won’t do much better than the 2012 Toyota Prius C.
The 2012 Toyota Prius c advantage
- Outstanding fuel economy rating
- Inexpensive for a hybrid vehicle
- Standard Bluetooth and USB port features
The 2012 Toyota Prius C is a completely new model for 2012, and is available in four trim levels
called One, Two, Three and Four.
“The fact that it gets its efficiency effortlessly , and in a perfectly usable package, is just icing on the cake.”— Road and Track
“As for its other dynamic qualities, the Prius c’ s electric power steering provides decent feel and body roll is remarkably well controlled in corners.” Kelly Blue Book
Why not stop int today at Ackerman Toyota Dealer today and test drive a new Toyota hybrid in St. Louis, you won’t be disappointed!