2011 Toyota Prius consumer reviews

$23,520 starting MSRP
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95% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.3
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 4.7
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Runs as advertised

We like it, and will purchase a newer model of the same vehicle when we make our next automotive purchase. It meets our needs quite well.


50 MPG...Says it all! Savv $ Save the planet.

Amazing mileage, you'll forget the last time you filled up, and, you'll be amazed how cheap it is to "fill up". Not the most comfortable ride. Handles great. Lots of accelration power. The V model with Technology Pkg is amazing. Radar cruise, parks itself. Loaded with goodies.


I’m in love with my Prius

This car has the smoothest drive, minimal road noise, and amazing fuel economy. I don’t think I’ll ever own anything but a Prius again. I love it!


Entirely Trouble-Free, Smooth and Quiet

Over 8 1/2 years and 71k miles I've replaced wiper inserts, headlamp bulbs, 12V battery and tires. Everything else is original and works. Fuel mileage is superb--45 mpg running errands in Michigan winter to 48 mpg on summer road trips to 55 mpg commuting in the summer.


Best modern conveniences!

Love driving the car and best gas mileage! Great stereo sound! Dealership services are great! I would buy this car again. Stuck in traffic this car will keep you in comfort!


Most Reliable and Economical Car I've Ever Owned

This was my second Prius. My first was totaled in a rear-end collision. Both were very reliable vehicles. I never had a repair, just regular maintenance.


Most economic car I have had!

Great condition! Used for commuting to work and back. Reliable and safe. Has tint throughout the windows, spacious and flexible space in the back row.


Great car, but not for cross country trips.

I bought this car around a little over 2 years ago with around 100,000 miles for $8700 , plus the standard taxes and dmv fees, smog check, etc., and now the car has over 200,000 miles, and is still running. I had to put in a fuel pump assembly, but that was about the only major thing i had to replace. I have been very happy with the car, but it is not very comfortable on really long trips. If you don’t like to add oil often between oil changes, don’t buy a 2011 Prius. To date, I have not replaced the brake pads. If you drive a lot, say 40-50,000 miles a year, you will save a lot of money on gas. If you only drive around 10,000 miles a year, buy a Camry, which is more comfortable.


Amazing and economical small car

We owned ours for 9+ years. Mainly driven by my wife. A real quality car. Huge amount of space. Styling grows on you. Toyota dealer gave good service. Except for regular scheduled maintenance the only thing that needed replacement after 9 years was the 12 volt lead acid battery. A real quality car.


Best car

Love my Prius. Best car I’ve had. So reliable. Beautiful to look at. Can even fit my bike inside. I plan to buy another when the time comes.