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2006 Toyota Prius Reviews and Rating Motor Trend

drops the hammer on a 2010 Toyota Prius IV for a 0-60 MPH acceleration test. The Prius' hybrid system consists of a 1.8-liter inline fou

The Gen-2 Prius (the one that people first started recognizing as a Prius, the "spaceship" from 2004) is about 9.9-10.1s. The 3rd generation from 2010 has a larger engine and more powerful electrics, making it closer to 9.7s. The newest from 2016

"On paper, -to-60 times of 11.3 seconds for the Civic and 10.5 for the Prius read like the 100-meter results in an MIT/Caltech track meet," its writers note. "Nevertheless, the Toyota feels like the bullet of the two off the line, owing to the torque of a much bigger electric motor

2019 Prius Prime: Prius Prime is the plug-in Prius, with batteries that can provide about 25 miles of all-electric driving before any gas is used. Although the Prius Prime shares many of its

My model should be doing 0-60 in 10.0 sec and the quarter mile in 17.6 sec @ 79 mph. Owing to the wheels and tires, it looks like I have about a half second of time to pick up Instructions: Plug an OBD2 reader into the port below and to the left of the steering column. Pair the device with your phone. Download and install Torque from the app

Let's start with 6.8 -- no, it's not the 2014 Toyota Prius C's 0-60 mph time, but the number of seconds it took the car to complete our 45-65 mph acceleration test. That's a second slower than the