2017 Toyota Prius Prime Best-in-Class Fuel Economy
If you’ve been looking for a hybrid vehicle that delivers outstanding levels of fuel economy and driving range with an affordable sticker price, then the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime should certainly be on your list. Powered by a plug-in hybrid system, this model is capable of achieving up to 133 MPGe and 54 mpg combined city/highway when the gasoline engine is also engaged. Find out more about the impressive fuel economy, drive range, and powertrain system on this all-new plug-in hybrid from Toyota.
Plug-In Hybrid Powertrain
For years, Toyota has been developing some of the most popular and sophisticated hybrid powertrains on the market with the Toyota Prius. Now, the Toyota Prius Prime takes it to the next level with a plug-in hybrid powertrain. Like regular hybrid models, the Prius Prime’s powertrain consists of a gasoline engine and electric motors mated to a hybrid battery pack. What sets the Prius Prime apart, though, is that it is capable of running on the electric motors alone for extended periods of time.
Because the Prius Prime is able to run on electric power alone for a long time, it is capable of achieving outstanding fuel economy numbers. The EPA estimates that this model gets a total EPA-estimated 133 MPGe, as well as an 54 mpg combined city/highway when the powertrain engages both the electric motors and the gasoline engine.
If you’re planning on using your Toyota Prius Prime primarily for commutes, then you could be looking at going weeks without using a drop of gasoline. That’s because this model can go a total of 25 miles on electric power alone, according to EPA estimates. You’ll also be able to drive this model for long trip on little gas, because it has a total driving range of an EPA-estimated 640 miles when using a combination of electric and gas engine power.
Intelligent Drive Coach Assistance
On top of all the other fuel saving measures taken by the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime, this innovative model also comes with a unique intelligent drive coach feature. This one-of-a-kind system is able to memorize your driving routes and habits in order to help increase the level of efficiency in your vehicle even more.
Get the Full Scoop on the All-New 2017 Toyota Prius Prime
If you’re looking for a fuel-efficient vehicle that can save you money at the tank and up front, the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime is a great pick. In addition to its MSRP from $27,100*, it’s also eligible for a federal tax credit of up to $4,500. Find out more about this model’s impressive fuel economy, powertrain, and features, and take yours home from Toyota of Naperville, located at 1488 W Ogden Ave in Naperville, IL and easy to reach online or by phone.
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