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Newly stylish, available AWD, premium interior
Tight rear headroom, smaller storage space, gets pricey
The car that put hybrids on the map is reborn as a super-stylish four-door. More power with no hit to fuel economy makes it a strong choice.
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Toyota Prius Vs Toyota Crown Comparison
It’s another case of sibling rivalry here at AutoGuide.
Toyota offers not one but two all-hybrid car models. One is—of course—the Prius. Wholly redone for the 2023 model year, it’s went from gawky to gaw-dang gorgeous. The hybrid poster child is finally, finally cool, and it packs far more power than before as well as the traditional exceptional fuel economy.
But there’s another choice for those wanting a little more. The Toyota Crown debuted a few months before this Prius, sitting atop the Toyota car lineup. It replaces the Avalon, in a shape that’s just as unique as that of the Prius, but in a different way. A raised sedan might just be the purest definition of the word “crossover.”
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3 Things We Love About the 2023 Toyota Prius, and 1 We Don’t
We’re hard pressed to think of any other vehicle that has undergone such a fundamental improvement from one generation to the next like the 2023 Toyota Prius has. Going from a sensible, highly efficient, albeit uninspiring car, to one that has suddenly become desirable, is no small feat. Toyota hit a home run with this car that seemingly does it all.
It’s obvious we’re enamoured with the new little hybrid. Finding reasons to like the car are easy, and we list a few of the standouts below. But there are still a few things we’d change about the new Prius, including one that some may find hard to look past. But before we get to that, let’s start with the biggest draws for the new 2023 Toyota Prius.
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2023 Toyota Prius First Drive Review
This is the 2023 Toyota Prius. No, really. I still can’t quite believe it either, and I spent a whole day driving the thing.
Toyota is closing out a busy year with a full redo of the car that made “hybrid” a household word. For over two decades, the Prius has been the source of astounding fuel economy … and the butt of some jokes all because of its gawky looks. Well, no more. In fact, Toyota is out here pulling double-duty with the new car: not only is the Prius stylish, more powerful, and better to drive, but it should serve in the dictionary as the very definition of a glow-up.
$27,650 - $36,065
2.0-liter 4-cylinder + hybrid
FWD / AWD
Fuel Economy (city/hwy)
49–57 mpg / 50–56 mpg
20.3–23.8 cu ft
Our Final Verdict
|Quality and Styling
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