Toyota Prius

What was the first Prius?

The first-generation Prius was launched in October 1997 as the world’s first mass-produced hybrid passenger vehicle. With a body compact enough to be registered with a 5-series number plate, the first-generation Prius was a stockier sedan than the current generation. Was the Prius the first hybrid car? The first Prius, model NHW10, was launched in …

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Where is Toyota hybrid battery?

Toyota locates the battery packs near the rear axle, a location well-protected in the event of a collision. Hybrid vehicles must conform to the same government crash standards as all other passenger vehicles. Additionally, hybrids shroud their battery cables in bright-orange cladding as a warning to emergency workers. Does the Prius have two batteries? Most …

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Why is Prius hated?

It’s not sporty by any means, nor does it hold more than five people, but it has some of the best fuel economy ratings among any car on the market, and that’s the first reason that it gets so much hate. It’s because the Prius is really good at what it does and it has …

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