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from Grappone NH
Year / Model Reviewed:
2011 Prius HatchBack
Excellent MPG no matter how you drive this car gets 40-50's MPG. The only down side is Long Hills on the Mountains and the car has to work.
The is the Level 4 Version so it comes pretty well equipped, the is well executed may be lots of plastic but it is done in decent taste and fit and finish rivals the LS430 we sold.
Decent Factory Stereo, the Blue Tooth Hook-Up can be difficult but our dealer offered to pair the phones before she left with the car.
The exterior re-do vastly improves this cars appearence at least now it has some resonable resemblance to a car and one who doesn't hug tree's would drive.
The Interior room is amazing from a car that looks like a compact from the outside, rear seat leg room the storage even with the seats up, must say the more we drive it the more we like it.
Considering all else this car will gladly cruise along at 80 on the highway and still return 40 MPH, wow.
Handling reachs limits pretty quick, if you want blistering speed better head back out and shop some more.
I would have never thought this car would be as pleasent as it is, we own a F350 DRW, 2 HP Mustangs, and other vehicles that struggle to get 18-20 MOG in the City it's nice to have a comfy sedan that gets over 40 in the city and goes over 500 miles on a tank of gas (11.6 Gals) or so, No to Shabby.
Highly recommended for anyone who wants a nice car that is comfortable to drive and even in the base model has many nice features, I personally like the Leather and gets spectacular gas milage, get used to it folks this is the furture just like the days of Horse and Buggy and then the Horseless Buggy came along, folks thought much like most of us did about the new Fangled Auto's and now look not to many Horse Drawn Carriages around anymore.