54/50  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
10.5  Sec.
0-60 MPH
24.6  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Toyota Prius?

Now in its fourth generation, the 2018 Toyota Prius is a smart option for drivers to consider when fuel economy is a concern. The Prius has a long-standing reputation of having a stylish design and excellent overall engineering, and the new generation promises improvements to a vehicle that was already a leader in the hybrid car segment. The interior of the 2018 Prius continues to offer drivers a full selection of thoughtful features with gorgeous design elements throughout the cabin. On the exterior, you will notice that both the rear and front bumpers have a new design. These changes are paired with more stylish LED headlights that ultimately create a more powerful-looking exterior. The Prius lives up to its aggressive look by providing you with faster acceleration thanks to engine upgrades.

2018 Toyota Prius Interior

Advanced Tech Features

If you are thinking about buying a 2018 Toyota Prius, you will love all of the options available. Each of the four trim levels are available in an Eco or Touring version. In addition, there are eight exterior color choices and three interior color choices available. These include concealed storage spaces, multiple cup holders, illuminated vanity mirrors, a light-up glove compartment, a voice-recognition radio, speed-sensitive volume with audio controls on the steering wheel, a tilting steering wheel, power steering, Bluetooth connectivity, three USB ports, a touchscreen display for the infotainment system, climate control, a night-day rearview mirrors, six-way power seat adjustments for the driver's seat and more. Cloth is the standard material in the base model, and leather is available in higher trim levels or as an upgrade.

Zip Through The City

2018 Toyota PriusBefore you buy a new Prius, you understandably want to know how well it handles on the road. Improved acceleration capabilities are enabled through engine enhancements. The DOHC 1.8-liter, I-4 engine is paired with a brake-regenerating nickel metal hydride battery pack. This combination delivers 95 horsepower with excellent fuel economy. A few of the other mechanical and powertrain features include sequential multi-point fuel injection that takes regular unleaded fuel, a stainless-steel exhaust feature, a front independent suspension, an anti-roll bar, a battery rundown prevention feature, a transmission with lock-up torque conversion, stability control and traction control.

Toyota Prius Safety

2018 Toyota Prius RearToday's hybrid car buyers may plan to use the car as a commuter or family vehicle, and all intended uses demand safety on the road. The exceptional engineering built into the 2018 Prius carries over to its wonderful safety features. Its features include knee, front and side airbags paired with a front passenger sensor to deactivate the airbag as needed. Other features include daytime running lights, side impact support bars, adjustable headrests, an alarm system with a panic button, front ventilated disc brakes, four-wheel anti-lock brakes, seatbelt pretensioners, a three-point seatbelt for the rear center passenger and remote keyless entry. These and other safety features combine to deliver an amazingly safe experience on the road. This is evidenced by a five-star NHTSA rating for the overall safety test category and the highest score available for the five IIHS safety tests.

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