2021 Toyota Prius FAQ Review
As the summer of 2021 kicks off in an increasingly post-pandemic United States of America full of antsy travelers eager to get on the road, the price of a gallon of gas is higher than it has been in years. And that makes hybrid cars like the 2021 Toyota Prius suddenly more appealing.
Rated to get as much as 56 mpg in combined driving, roomy enough to carry five people, and offering as much cargo room as some SUVs, the 2021 Prius is a hypermiler’s dream car. But it’s no longer the only game in town. The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is thrifty in its own right, and some traditional midsize sedans such as the Honda Accord Hybrid, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, and Toyota Camry Hybrid supply excellent fuel efficiency in a more conventional body style.
Nevertheless, when you’re seeking maximum mileage and utility in a proven package, the 2021 Toyota Prius is tough – but not impossible – to beat.
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