Is a 2006 Toyota Prius a good car?

Is a 2006 Toyota Prius a good car?

Outstanding mileage, ultralow emissions, generous amount of interior room, hatchback utility, reasonable price, excellent build quality. Less power than other midsize sedans, real-world fuel economy doesn’t live up to EPA estimates.

What’s a 2006 Toyota Prius worth?

The value of a used 2006 Toyota Prius ranges from $1,022 to $5,237, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.

How long does a Toyota Prius last?

With routine service appointments, Toyota Prius owners report that it’s easy to pass 200,000 miles with no major issues. There are even a few Prius owners who still drive their cars with over 300,000 miles on the odometer.

What kind of reviews are there for Toyota Prius?

Edmunds’ expert review of the Used 2006 Toyota Prius provides the latest look at trim-level features and specs, performance, safety, and comfort. At Edmunds we drive every car we review, performing road tests and competitor comparisons to help you find your perfect car. Read the full in-depth review of the Used 2006 Prius at Edmunds.

What to know about a 2006 Toyota Prius?

great handling, parkability! Want to know that this car goes to someone who will enjoy its many features for a few more years. Some rust and body not in perfect condition but drives great and have enjoyed easy, short drives since 2006,by an aging grandma, with no real problems except for body and some rust.

How many miles does a Toyota Prius get?

My 2006 Toyota Prius has 85,000 miles and is still running strong. I have had no mechanical issues with this car. The Prius is very easy to maneuver in. It gets great gas mileage, it averages 45 mpg in the city. Surprisingly it is pretty spaces, there is enough room for 5 people to fit comfortable.

Are there any problems with the Toyota Prius?

It has a lot of cargo space and can fit a 10 foot surfboard inside if you take down the head rest on the passenger seat. The problems: had to replace the fan last year (did it ourselves) and the little battery, the brakes, and an exterior piece of the hatchback below the latch became loosened, which we taped back into place.