Get the hybrid that started it all with the 2013 Toyota Prius

2013 Toyota Prius models

The hybrid that started it all now has a family four. With an option for every fuel-saving driver, the 2013 Toyota Prius models make efficiency attainable and much more fun. The new Toyota Prius lineup starts with the original Prius. The second is the compact Prius c, the third is the family-sized Prius v, and the final is the electric Prius plug-in. All four vehicles were meant to provide the ride that each driver needs without sacrificing anything they want on or off the road.

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The 2013 Toyota Prius is hybrid family’s matriarch. This vehicle began something that started as a trend and evolved into a movement, a movement that didn’t sacrifice efficiency or power. As the best-selling hybrid on the market, the Prius attracted drivers with its EPA-estimated 51 mpg city and 48 mpg highway fuel economy, but kept them around for its fun drive and effortless innovation.

2013 Toyota Prius

2013 Toyota Prius

2013 Toyota Prius c

2013 Toyota Prius c

 

 

 

 

 

The 2013 Toyota Prius c is kind of like the baby of the family. The most compact of the four vehicles, the c is perfect for the city-loving driver who needs a little most maneuverability and agility in busy city traffic. Earning up to an EPA-estimated 53 mpg city and 46 mpg highway, this small but mighty vehicle has the highest estimated city mpg of any non-plug-in vehicle.

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The 2013 Toyota Prius v is the bigger brother in this family thanks to its 34.3 cubic-feet of cargo room, which is actually even more space than a majority of compact SUVs. With room for the entire family, an EPA-estimated 44 mpg city and 40 mpg highway, the v is the perfect blend of space and efficiency.

2013 Toyota Prius v

2013 Toyota Prius v

2013 Toyota Prius plug-in

2013 Toyota Prius plug-in

 

 

 

 

 

The 2013 Toyota Prius plug-in may be new, but its wisdom and intelligence is like that of seasoned grandparent. Utilizing the best of both worlds, the plug-in can run on both electricity in EV Mode and hybrid fuel. When EV Mode has been engaged, the vehicle can deliver a jaw-dropping EPA-estimated 95 mpge. When hybrid mode is engage, the vehicle can churn out an EPA-estimated 50 mpg combined fuel economy.

These four vehicles have paved the way for hybrid vehicles and alternative driving power. To find the best fit for your family, test drive the new Prius at Hesser Toyota today.