You already know the 2010 Toyota Prius gets 50 MPG combined fuel economy, making it the most fuel-efficient car for sale in the U.S. But, did you know it returns 26.6 MPG at 102 MPH?
The 2010 Toyota Prius uses a clever display that mimics user inputs on steering wheel-mounted buttons in the information display meaning you can keep your eyes on the road and not on the buttons.
Not only is the new Prius bigger and faster, but it's more economical too. At 50 MPG the 2010 Toyota Prius will be the most fuel-efficient vehicle for sale in America.
The design of the newly unveiled 2010 Toyota Prius is certainly polarizing. We thought we'd take a deep-dive on the new look to help explain the changes Toyota made to their high-mileage brick on wheels.
The 2010 Toyota Prius has just been unveiled. The big story is, despite coming with a larger 1.8-liter engine, fuel economy's jumped from 46 MPG to 50 MPG. How?
The new Toyota Prius, debuting in Detroit next week, could be getting a larger engine for the American market. Why? US buyers want more power, not better economy.
The exhausting and inconsequential teaser series surrounding the 2010 Toyota Prius continues and now we get to see something that matters — the Hybrid Synergy Drive nestled snugly in its engine bay.