|2015 Toyota Prius c Two||2015 Toyota Prius V Two|
|53 city/46 highway*||MPG||44 city/40 highway*|
|17.1 cubic feet||Max cargo capacity||34.3 cubic feet|
|157.3 inches||Overall length||182.3 inches|
2015 Toyota Prius c vs 2015 Toyota Prius V
As more and more manufacturers enter the hybrid game, it may seem difficult to decipher between all of the makes and models, and what all they have to offer. Sure, every vehicle manufacturer claims to be efficient, but there are none quite like the Prius, because Toyota has had plenty of time to perfect its game and up the ante.
Toyota came out with a couple of new model Priuses, the C, the V and the Plug-in Electric. 2015 Toyota Prius C vs 2015 Toyota Prius V shows drivers that Toyota truly values their wants and needs, and works to provide options for every lifestyle.
The 2015 Toyota Prius c was created a bit smaller than the traditional Prius, and the V a bit larger. The 2015 Toyota Prius c was meant for city and urban driving where space and parking may be an issue, and the 2015 Toyota Prius V was meant to provide families with a little more legroom and cargo capacity. Both are still extremely efficient and offer drivers an affordable, efficient way to get around town, but it’s just a matter of how much extra space you want in your hybrid.
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2015 Toyota Prius c Palo Alto CA
The 2015 Toyota Prius c is an extension of the Prius in that it has a number of similar features and handles similarly, but it is a bit less expensive and a bit more basic. The V, on the other hand, is like a Prius on steroids in that it is a bit larger and more powerful. The 2015 Toyota Prius c Palo Alto CA is perfect for those times when you need to get around town quickly and efficiently, and typically don’t have a ton of bulky cargo.
The 2015 Toyota Prius c comes with a 1.5L hybrid engine that makes 73 horsepower, whereas the 2015 Toyota Prius V comes with a 1.8L engine that makes up to 98 horsepower.
The 2015 Prius c comes with the basic standard features such as an auxiliary input jack, cruise control, power mirrors, power locks and windows, reading lights, Bluetooth hands-free access and front-wheel drive.
Surprisingly though, even though the Prius c is smaller, it has more leg room in the front than the V. It has 87.4 cubic feet of interior volume and 35 inches of rear legroom.
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*2015 EPA-estimated city/highway mileage. Actual mileage will vary.
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