2015 Toyota Prius V Review

February 2nd, 2015 by

2015 Toyota Prius V Review

With a versatile interior thanks to flexible seating and cargo configurations, it’s no wonder that the new 2015 Toyota Prius V is described as both space savvy and family friendly. The new Prius V features an available 34.3 cu. ft. of cargo space, with room for strollers, bicycles, and more, as well as an array of storage compartments. And in addition to space, the new Prius V is also efficient. The 1.8L engine delivers an excellent EPA-estimated 44 city and 40 highway MPG. The 2015 Prius V also comes with a multitude of features including SofTex-trimmed seats, push-button start, driver’s seat power lumbar support, an energy monitor, navigation, a backup camera display, a single LED projector headlights, whiplash-injury-lessening front seats, and many more (available features vary depending on trim). Whether you’re traveling with bicycles or buzzing around the city, the safe, efficient, family-friendly 2015 Toyota Prius V is the vehicle to get you where you are going.

U.S. News & World Report rates the 2015 Toyota Prius V 8.3 overall, with an 8.5 for safety and an 8.4 for the interior. The review also ranks the new Prius V #4 in wagons and lists pros such as superb fuel economy among wagons and plenty of cargo and passenger space. To read the complete review, visit usnews.com.

The Car Connection gives the new 2015 Toyota Prius Van overall rating of 7.4. Positive features of the new Prius V listed in the review include a spacious, flexible interior, outstanding fuel economy, and a usable, practical console design. To read the full review, visit thecarconnection.com.

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