New 2020 ToyotaPrius XLE AWD-e Hatchback

  • VIN: JTDL9RFU2L3014423
  • Stock: L3014423
Fuel Economy
52.0/48.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Midnight Black Metallic
Interior Color
Black Softex® Trim
Body
Hatchback
Transmission
Variable
Drivetrain
All-wheel Drive
Engine
1.8 L 4
Toyota Prius

Included Packages & Accessories

  • Cargo Net
  • All Weather Floor Liners/Cargo Liner
  • 50 State Emissions
  • Preferred Owner's Portfolio
  • Advanced Technology Package:

Standard Features

Dealer Notes

Boasts 48 Highway MPG and 52 City MPG! This Toyota Prius boasts a Gas/Electric I-4 1.8 L/110 engine powering this Variable transmission. Wheels: 6.5J x 15 5-Spoke Alloy -inc: two-tone wheel covers, Variable Intermittent Wipers, Urethane Gear Shift Knob.* This Toyota Prius Features the Following Options *Trip Computer, Transmission: Continuously Variable Automatic -inc: Electronically Controlled (ECVT), Toyota Safety Sense P and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (rcta), Tires: P195/65R15, Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/Power Door Locks, Systems Monitor, Strut Front Suspension w/Coil Springs, Spare Tire Mobility Kit, SofTex Seat Trim, Smart Device Integration.* Stop By Today *For a must-own Toyota Prius come see us at Newburgh Toyota, 218 Route 17 K, Newburgh, NY 12550. Just minutes away!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • Averaging 68.4 MPG over 19K miles

    By Steve from Ohio on Saturday, October 26, 2019

    5.0
    My previous Prius was a 2015. I leased it. I liked it a lot and after lease was over, I was planning on buying it. I went to the dealership and they made me an offer I could not refuse. A 2018 Prius 4 that was a demo car that the dealer used for test drives. It had about 1K miles on it and was just like new for 6 thousand off the asking price. It was the last day of the year for their accounting and they wanted this car gone....and it was when I drove off the lot in it. The 2015 was averaging around 56 MPG which I was happy with. With the 2018, I am averaging 68.4 MPG over 19K miles. I am very happy with that! Gasoline costs are really nothing....trips to Florida from Northern Ohio cost about $30 in gasoline. What is nice about the Prius is you can park at a campground and leave the car on for heat or A/C overnight with a very low cost as the AC is electric and runs off the main battery pack. Heat is easy too...just like AC, it is a version of a heat pump....so overnight parking is not a problem...and plenty of room in the back to stretch out and sleep....saving on motel costs. The car is very comfortable. The 2018 is much quieter than the 2015. Handles much better also. On the highway, it often goes into electric mode and so the gasoline savings really add up....often times going 65 mph the car on downhill runs goes into the electric mode...you cannot even feel the difference except in your wallet.....saves tons on gasoline! The technology in the Prius is excellent. Auto high beam lights, LED lights everywhere. Adaptive cruise control...really love that! Power everything. Big infotainment screen. What, no Android interface? Windshield display..yes! Will anyone make a backup camera that is not effected by rain so you can use it when it rains? Sensors everywhere...lets you know when getting close to objects or cars or people or even chipmunks! Lane departure technology...it actually kind of steers your car back if it crosses the lines in the road. Will I get another one? Eventually. I drive my cars for a long time usually. This car seems to be very reliable and from what I hear is popular with the Taxi drivers in NYC....which says a lot. I often drive my cars to 300 to 700 thousand miles...till the wheels fall off. I figure the 2018 Prius can do that and probably more.
  • An Excellent Improvement

    By Boothie on Friday, June 10, 2016

    5.0
    I had a 2013 Prius that I replaced with this Four Touring. The handling and ride is much better. Because I purchased a more expensive model, the features are also better. Things that I really like: Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM), Dynamic Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert, Better Rear Camera and Object Closeness Warnings... (It triggers each time I pull into the garage). Minor Plus: QI Charging for my Cell Phone. The MPG is much better than my prior Prius. When I drive to work, I usually got in the low 40's. Now I get in the low 50's. I like them moving the P/R/D stick. Negatives: I miss some of the storage that I used to have: 1) The Split Glove Box.; 2) The Storage Space under the Carpet in the Back. Overall, just a better car.
  • Overall a great car

    By Rick the tax guy on Tuesday, July 12, 2016

    5.0
    After owning a 2011 Prius for 115,000 miles our new Prius is even better. The car is much quieter and more comfortable than the prior model. Ours is equipped with all the technology packages which make the car safer and more pleasant to drive. The dynamic cruise control makes long distance driving easier, as regular cruise control can be used less and less. After 4000 miles I am consistently getting mileage locally in the low to mid 60's and upper 50's to low 60's on the highway !
Estimated Monthly Payment will depend on vehicle make and model and will be determined upon actual vehicle inspection. All payments are estimates. Tax, title, registration and documentation fee ($75) are extra. * While every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this information, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on these pages. Please verify any information in question with dealer. Pricing does not include $75.00 Dealer Doc Fee, taxes, licensing and registration.
   

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