The hybrid that started it all, the flagship Toyota Prius, continues to impress the masses with its unbelievable fuel efficiency and cutting-edge powertrain. The friendly sales professionals at Capistrano Toyota in San Juan Capistrano, CA, would like to impress you as well with our deep discounts on this amazing green car (in an array of colors!) If you're in south Orange County, San Clemente, or Irvine, comes see everything this amazing machine has to offer, and when you hear our incredible offer on a 2015 Toyota Prius, you'll be parking one in your garage tonight!
Let's check out how the 2015 Toyota Prius does against the Chevy Volt.
You're obviously looking to save on fuel if you're looking at a hybrid, so why not save on the price of the car itself? Choosing the 2015 Toyota Prius over the Chevy Volt will keep gobs of money in your pocket, with its low MSRP of $24,200 vs. the Volt's after-rebate price of $26,670 (the actual MSRP is quite high at $34,345). You can pull out a calculator, but it's easier to let us do the math for you -- almost $2500 will stay in your bank account when you go with a Prius over a Volt -- and that's before we even start negotiating a lower price at Capistrano Toyota!
If you drive a hybrid, you're usually the designated driver in your carpool because of its fuel efficiency. So you'd want the capacity to drive as many passengers as possible, right? You'll be one short in a Chevy Volt which can only seat four while the Prius seats five passengers. And rear-seat Prius riders will totally be able to stretch their lower extremities with 36 inches of legroom vs. the Volt's cramped 34.1 inches. And with its stylish liftback design, the 2015 Toyota Prius offers much more cargo volume with 21.6 cubic feet vs. the 10.6 cubic feet in the Volt.
Aha, we've finally reached the piece de resistance -- and the winner is, the 2015 Toyota Prius! With an unbelievable EPA-estimated 51/48/50 combined mpg, the Prius is an amazing machine. Utilizing only the battery, the Volt gets 38 miles on a charge (just FYI -- the Prius Plug-In gets 11 miles), but the Volt's hybrid engine only garners 35 city/40 highway mpg.View Inventory