The Prius Prime isn’t necessarily a mass-volume vehicle. Not as many Prius Prime units will be sold as regular Prius units, for instance. So rather than focusing on major redesigns every few years, it seems as though Toyota is sticking to a different plan of simply introducing minor upgrades and enhancements each year. The same can be said this year, as some subtle changes to the specs & features of the 2020 Toyota Prius Prime have us quite excited about the new model. Read the rest of this entry
When it comes to the plug-in hybrid class, drivers have the benefit of having more options than ever. Hybrid plug-ins are becoming more popular every year and one of the models leading this charge is the 2019 Toyota Prius Prime. What drivers always want to know about a plug-in hybrid is its range, so what’s the range of the 2019 Toyota Prius Prime? Read the rest of this entry
When it comes to fuel efficiency in car models, there’s no model more famous for saving drivers money at the gas stations than the Toyota Prius! The name is synonymous with fuel efficiency, but what some drivers may not know is that that there’s also a Prius plug-in hybrid, the Prius Prime. So, exactly how efficient is the 2018 Toyota Prius Prime? Read the rest of this entry
2017 Toyota Prius Prime Technology and Features
The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime technology and features puts some advanced thinking into your hands. This hybrid dares to pursue possibilities and adventures. It’s designed to get the most out of everyday, and its design is crafted to maximize your mpg. It has a large battery capacity, allowing you to run longer in EV mode. This is the forward thinking hybrid.
Toyota announced on Twitter today that the mark was reached for 8 million hybrids sold. The news is exciting not only for Toyota but for the environment and future generations to come. With the amount of hybrids Toyota has sold, the world was spared from some of the pollution that is emitted from regular vehicle. Read the rest of this entry
Tomorrow, Tues., Apr. 22, 2014 is Earth Day, and we’re taking the opportunity to make the day a little greener by offering some of the top Toyota earning over 40 mpg highway. Of course these vehicles are none other than the Prius family. Check out the vehicles’ capabilities below. Read the rest of this entry
KBB 40 mpg cars of 2013
While we welcome many new Toyota vehicles to the 2014 model year, we celebrate six of the most fuel-efficient vehicles of 2013. Six of the KBB 40 mpg cars of 2013 are representing the Toyota family, and at Hesser Toyota we’re happy to offer a brand that dedicates its innovation to creating cars that perform both powerfully and efficiently.
2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid – taking the top spot as the most fuel-efficient member of the Avalon brood, this sophisticated hybrid earns an EPA-estimated 40 combined mpg while providing a 680-mile gas/electric range. The Avalon Hybrid also pumps out up to 200 horsepower, showing that power doesn’t have to be left in the shadows for efficiency. Read the rest of this entry
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.
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. Read the rest of this entry