Toyota has announced the pricing for its new, 2010 Toyota Prius. The redesigned and updated hybrid stalwart will feature a host of new technology features, including:
- four driving modes
- steering wheel touch controls that display on the instrument panel
- a moonroof with solar panels to power the air conditioning
- and Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA).
Toyota promises that the new Prius will be roomier and quieter than the current model. It will also offer a plethora of safety features that are designed to keep the vehicle safe and secure in the event of an incident.
Oh, and the fuel mileage is charted to be right around 50 miles per gallon, accordingto EPA figures.
All this technology and fuel economy from a proven leader in hybrid vehicles will be available for a starting MSRP of $21,000, with the most popular model selling for about $22,000.
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