2015 Toyota Prius c ratings and reviews

Toyota’s focus with its Prius C is definitely on city commutes, keeping its attention on quick and reliable maneuvering, safety technology, and convenient utility. For 2015, the Prius C gets a few styling tweaks and some new standard features on its four trim levels, but otherwise carries over unchanged. One kicks off the lineup with LED taillights, a rear spoiler, remote keyless entry, automatic climate control, and fold-down rear seats. Two features cruise control, split-folding rear seats, and variable intermittent wipers, while Toyota adds a navigation system, push-button start, and an upgraded Entune audio system to Three. Four sits at the top of the pack with a rearview camera, LED fog lights, a power tilt and slide moonroof, 15-inch alloy wheels, and heated front seats. The Prius C lacks a long list of options for vehicle enhancements, but drivers can add accessories like a sunroof, all-weather floor mats, Toyota Key Finder, and various wheel designs.

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Toyota’s focus with its Prius C is definitely on city commutes, keeping its attention on quick and reliable maneuvering, safety technology, and convenient utility. For 2015, the Prius C gets a few styling tweaks and some new standard features on its four trim levels, but otherwise carries over unchanged. One kicks off the lineup with LED taillights, a rear spoiler, remote keyless entry, automatic climate control, and fold-down rear seats. Two features cruise control, split-folding rear seats, and variable intermittent wipers, while Toyota adds a navigation system, push-button start, and an upgraded Entune audio system to Three. Four sits at the top of the pack with a rearview camera, LED fog lights, a power tilt and slide moonroof, 15-inch alloy wheels, and heated front seats. The Prius C lacks a long list of options for vehicle enhancements, but drivers can add accessories like a sunroof, all-weather floor mats, Toyota Key Finder, and various wheel designs.
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