Toyota Prius fuel efficiency ratings vs other models
The Toyota Prius is one of those cars you really struggle to find something wrong with. It has a ton of great features, is extremely and notably safe and perhaps the most well-known quality of all is that it is one of the most fuel efficient vehicles you will find. The Prius is one of the original mainstream fuel efficient cars with which drivers can find themselves navigating the city with ease. To make things even better for more drivers across the board, the Toyota Prius now comes in three other models: the Toyota Prius c, the Prius V and the plug-in Prius.
In terms of how this vehicle stacks up against the competition, most drivers look at the Toyota Prius fuel efficiency ratings vs other models because that is, in fact, what the Prius is known for.
Some of the similarly styled/equipped comparisons are the 2015 Toyota Prius vs the 2015 Ford C-Max as well as the Honda Civic hybrid.
As far as the Toyota Prius fuel efficiency ratings vs the 2015 Ford C-Max hybrid, the Prius comes out on top with up to 51 mpg in the city and up to 48 mpg on the highway. The C-Max gets up to 42 mpg in the city and 37 on the highway.
When the 2015 Toyota Prius is compared with the Honda Civic hybrid in terms of fuel economy, the Prius wins out again because the Civic hybrid only gets up to 44 city/47 highway mpg.
As far as other features go with the Civic hybrid, the Prius still makes a stronger case with more standard airbags, a smaller turning circle, more horsepower, a standard cargo area cover, standard heated exterior mirrors, a standard smart key system and even overhead console storage.
The standard features of the Prius also outweigh the standard features in the Ford C-Max with a rearview backup camera, a smart key system and active head restraints.
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