2013 Toyota Prius v Review Summaries
What reviewers liked most about the Toyota Prius v
The Prius V's principal attraction is the three-cubic-foot gain in passenger volume and the 70-percent increase in maximum cargo space provided by its 3.0-inch longer wheelbase, 6.0-inch gain in overall length, and 1.1-inch width increase.- Car and Driver
Finding your way around the Prius V's controls is a cinch.- Edmunds.com
What reviewers liked least about the Toyota Prius v
Unfortunately, this is not the hybrid for hot dogs. The V's electric power steering is nicely weighted but devoid of road feel.- Car and Driver
The v uses the same CVT transaxle as the sedan. It's functional enough, but sure is boring.- New Car Test Drive
Toyota Prius v Comparisons
The Prius v is a handsome vehicle, resembling a swoopy small minivan, not unlike the Mazda5, or maybe like a big Honda Fit without the sharp edges.- New Car Test Drive
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