Compare Prius Prime

See How the Toyota Prius Prime   Compares to the Competition in Thousand Oaks

When you're looking for an efficient way to cruise around town, hybrid options are becoming more prevalent. The Toyota Prius Prime has long been one of the front runners in the category but with popular models like the Ford Fusion Energi and the Hyundai Ioniq, there are a lot of options available. At Thousand Oaks Toyota, we understand the importance of finding the right car for your needs and we will always recommend the Toyota Prius Prime as the top model for drivers looking to have the most enjoyable ride they can.

Vs. Ford Fusion Energi

  • Driving in California can be tricky especially when you want to park on the tight streets. The Toyota Prius Prime is both shorter and thinner than the Ford Fusion Energi which means those tight parking spots are more easily maneuvered with the Prius Prime.
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  • Going on a long trip and you need room for your luggage? The Toyota hybrid offers a maximum of 27.4 cubic feet of cargo space which easily beats out the Fusion Energi's 16 cubic feet.
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  • The Ford Fusion Energi offers an impressive EPA-estimated mileage estimate of 103 MPGe. But, it pales in comparison to the 133 MPGe that the Toyota Prius Prime offers. You can go farther and longer when you choose the Toyota hybrid.

Vs. Hyundai Ioniq

  • Although the Ioniq is a short vehicle by a few inches, the Toyota car is still slimmer ensuring that you have more room to work with when you park on the busy and narrow streets of California.
  • The Prius Prime comes equipped with the Toyota Safety Sense™ which offers standard features like a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection and Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist. The Ioniq offers similar features but they aren't standard for all models. 
  • When you're looking for a model that can handle any road condition, the Toyota Prius Prime offers both front-wheel drive and an impressive all-wheel drive for improved traction. The Hyundai Ioniq does not offer all-wheel drive at all.
  • If you're looking to provide your passengers with more comfort, the Toyota Prius is what you should go with. It offers more headroom and legroom in the front seat than the Hyundai car can manage.

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