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By Cars.com Staff
October 24, 2013
Based on the regular Prius, the Prius Plug-In provides a wider range of electric-only operation with the ability to travel up to an EPA-estimated 11 miles on electric power alone. When the lithium-ion battery pack is depleted and during certain driving conditions, the Prius Plug-In operates as a traditional hybrid car. Competitors include the Chevrolet Volt and Ford Fusion Energi.New for 2014 Toyota has dropped the base price of the Prius Plug-In by $2,010. Exterior Highlights
Blue-tinted headlight covers; LED headlights available
Chrome accents on door handles, grille, liftgate and charge-port door
15-inch alloy wheels
Available fog lights
Coefficient of drag is .25, which helps gas mileage
Seating for five people in two rows
Center-mounted instrument panel
Joystick like console gear selector
Fabric-trimmed seats with first-row seat heaters
Tilt/telescoping steering wheel with audio, climate and Bluetooth controls
Automatic climate control
60/40-split folding backseat
CD stereo with MP3 jack, USB connectivity and Bluetooth streaming audio
Entune with applications for iHeartRadio and OpenTable, Pandora integration, weather information, gas prices and Bing search
Navigation system with backup camera
Available adaptive cruise control
Available head-up display
Under the Hood
98-horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder gas engine and 60-kilowatt-hour electric motor
134-hp total system output
4.4-kwh lithium-ion battery pack in place of the regular Prius' nickel-metal-hydride battery
Battery can be charged in about three hours using 120-volt service or 1.5 hours using a 240-volt connection
Runs on regular gas
Can travel up to 11 miles on electric-only power
Under full acceleration, car reverts to hybrid mode and turns on the gas engine
120-volt charging cable
Side-impact airbags for the front seats
Driver's knee airbag
Side curtain airbags
Electronic stability system
Active front head restraints
Available Safety Connect emergency communication system
Available precollision system that can tighten the seat belts and apply the brakes when a crash is imminent
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