The 2023 Toyota Prius has six trim levels, three of which are All-Wheel Drive and have AWD in the name. Each of the AWD trim levels has a non-All-Wheel Drive counterpart. We’ve paired each of these below for you to learn more about. You can find the latest Toyota models at Magnussen’s Toyota in Palo Alto, CA.
The LE and LE AWD models are the base models of the 2023 Toyota Prius. The LE is the least expensive model. The LE AWD is slightly more expensive due to the addition of All-Wheel-Drive. Both models have a 7-inch LCD multi-information display to keep you updated on vehicle vitals, a blind spot monitor for easier lane-changing, and an 8-inch audio multimedia display for using various entertainment features inside the cabin.
The middle trim levels are the XLE and XLE AWD. Other than their drivetrains, these models have a lot in common. They both feature 19-inch alloy wheels, Qi-compatible wireless smartphone charging, and SofTex ®-trimmed front seats with an 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat. The wireless smartphone charging even comes with a charge indicator light that can tell you when your phone is done charging, making it easy to know when one phone is done so you can switch to another passenger’s phone.
If you want the best of the best, that would be the Limited and Limited AWD trim levels. These trim levels offer a fixed glass roof for unmatched sky views, a 12.3-inch audio multimedia display for greater ease of use in accessing entertainment options, and a 6-speaker JBL ® premium audio system, including an amplifier that’ll enhance your listening experience. If you’re interested in any of the models on this page, visit us in Palo Alto, CA.