|2020 Toyota Prius Prime||versus||2020 Toyota Prius|
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|$27,750||Starting Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price||$24,200|
|1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine | Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Motor||Engine and Motor Combination||1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine | Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Motor|
|19.8 cubic feet||Cargo Space||27.4 cubic feet|
|Supersonic Red, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Titanium Glow, Classic Silver Metallic, Blizzard Pearl, Blue Magnetism, and Midnight Black Metallic||Exterior Color Options||Supersonic Red, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Classic Silver Metallic, Blizzard Pearl, Electric Storm Blue, Midnight Black Metallic, and Sea Glass Pearl|
One of the latest additions to the Toyota model lineup is the 2020 Toyota Prius Prime. This model is changing the game for Toyota hybrid models and quickly earned the title of being the most efficient hybrid Toyota vehicle yet. Many shoppers, however, have asked us if the Toyota Prius Prime is the right for them, or if they should opt for the classic Toyota Prius.
This 2020 Toyota Prius Prime vs 2020 Toyota Prius comparison is going to take a look at these two Toyota models to help you decide which one is right for you. Keep reading to see what the 2020 Toyota Prius Prime and 2020 Prius have to offer or click the link above to head over to our lineup of in-stock hybrid Toyota models.
The 2020 Toyota Prius Prime lineup includes the LE, XLE, and Limited models to give shoppers a variety of options to choose from. Each Prius Prime model is powered by a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine paired with a Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Motor to deliver 121 total horsepower and 105 pound-feet of torque. The Prius Prime earns an EPA-estimated 55 city/53 highway mpg and has been named the most efficient Toyota hybrid vehicle. Inside the cabin drivers and passengers are kept entertained on even the longest road trips thanks to the standard Apple CarPlay®, Amazon Alexa, and Bluetooth® connectivity features.
These same connectivity features can be found in the 2020 Toyota Prius, along with the same power setup. The 2020 Prius lineup includes more model options than the Prius Prime, with the L Eco, LE, XLE, Limited, LE AWD-e, and XLE AWD-e filling out the Prius lineup. Each model in the Prius lineup offers a different fuel economy rating, with the base L Eco model offering an EPA-estimated 58 city/53 highway mpg and the LE, XLE, and Limited models offering 54 city/50 highway mpg. The elite XLE AWD-e and LE AWD-e Prius models are rated to offer an EPA-estimated 52 city/48 highway mpg.