What Do the Top 2017 Toyota Prius Reviews Say?
The Prius is one of the most popular hybrid vehicles on the market — but even knowing that, it’s important to do your research when buying a new car. Our sales team at Toyota Place has brought together highlights from two of the top 2017 Toyota Prius reviews so Santa Ana and Culver City, CA drivers can learn what the critics think without having to scour the internet for reviews.
The Car Connection on the 2017 Prius
The Car Connection praised Toyota’s hybrid, focusing on its fuel economy and safety improvements and targeting their 2017 Toyota Prius review toward drivers seeking modern features and a comfortable ride on an efficient new car.
Earning an EPA-estimated 54 mpg in the city and 50 mpg on the highway,* the Prius continues its reputation for efficiency while upgrading the seating quality for a more comfortable commute. Add in modern connectivity technologies, and the cabin is positively inviting, giving the driver the ability to stay connected on the go and making available advanced features like Qi wireless charging and multiple touchscreen options.
When it comes to safety, we’ll let The Car Connection speak for themselves:
“This year’s biggest addition to the 2017 Prius is Toyota’s active safety features that are now standard on all grades. The suite, called Safety Sense-P, includes forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, active lane control, automatic high beams, and adaptive cruise control. In a car that starts under $26,000, that’s nearly revolutionary.”
Edmunds Reviews the Prius
Edmunds had high praise for the whole vehicle in their 2017 Toyota Prius review, but their summary focused heavily on just how remarkably efficient the Prius is, saying:
“If fuel economy is a priority when you’re shopping for a new car, you can’t do much better than the 2017 Toyota Prius. It delivers some of the best mileage of any car on the road, along with the utility of a hatchback and a comfortable, quiet ride.”
After fuel economy, Edmunds reviewers focused on the new interior design and more conventional layout of technologies and gauges, making a new Prius driver feel more comfortable behind the wheel.
While Edmunds was impressed by the high-end trims, the fact that the Prius Two comes with a 6.1-inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth phone and audio, a rearview camera, and Siri Eyes Free compatibility made quite the impression.
We Want Your 2017 Prius Review
Now that you’ve seen a bit about what the pros have to say, we want to hear your 2017 Toyota Prius reviews. Santa Ana and Culver City, CA drivers can get behind the wheel at Toyota Place, located at 9670 Trask Ave in Garden Grove. Contact us online or give us a call at (714) 243-8973 to schedule a test drive of the latest model of Toyota’s hybrid.
*2017 EPA-estimated 54 city/50 highway/52 combined mpg for Prius. Actual mileage will vary.