2022 Toyota Prius consumer reviews

$25,075 starting MSRP
side view of 2022 Prius Toyota
66% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.3
  • Interior 5.0
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value 4.0
  • Exterior 4.0
  • Reliability 4.7
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Excellent Car/Well built/Comfortable/ Great MPG

This is a great car. Had it for almost two years now. One of the previous reviews said it was too small for a 6.1 guy, but I am 6.2 and it is very comfortable, but if you are significantly overweight it maybe a tight fit. This car is still made in Japan and it's so much better than the junk put out by GM that's for sure. It's kind of goofy to blame the federal government for making you buy the car. Thank goodness for a federal government that is trying to clean the air and help the working man is all I can say.


Not for tall people

We purchased this Prius after we were forced to by the current federal administration. I am 6’1 and the wife is 5’10 and the car was NOT designed for tall people to get in and out of. As far as MPG, there is none better. At times we got 60 MPG but the average is more along 40 to 45 MPG. The windshield broke rather easily by a rock and had to be replaced because the next day the entire windshield cracked. That cost over $800 before insurance deductible. One of the tires blew out also and the Toyota Fix a flat system is a total joke. PLEASE get the tire insurance if you purchase this car. We had to have it towed 35 miles to the nearest dealer to replace the tire. The tire insurance paid for it all. We had to pay over invoice for the car due to everyone buying them. I regret giving up our GMC Acadia but again we were forced to. My wife has to drive an hour to work every day. Because of JB stance on fossil fuels we could not afford the gas bill every week. The controls on the dash get a little getting used to. The stick shift is weird but you get used to it until you drive a different vehicle then it’s weird again. I do like the way the dash is laid out. The seats are much better than my Ram 1500 Classic. It doesn’t look roomy but after you fold down the rear seat it gives you about 5 & 3/4 feet of storage. Me personally, I’d like my GMC back, but we are stuck like Chuck with this for now. But it’s a gone pecan if fuel prices ever go down. The dealership did us wrong and I tried to complain to Toyota but they just sent the complaint back to the dealer and they never responded. After reading reviews this is not uncommon.


great gas mileage, comfortable rid. great sound sy

great gas mileage, comfortable rid. great sound system, excellent purchase experience. Shelor Motor Mile, Ryan sales associate was excellent. I would recommend a Prius and purchase from Shelor Motor Mile