The Top Rated 2018 Toyota Prius Lease Offer in South Florida
2018 Toyota Prius Lease Standard Key Features
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Pre-collision safety system
- Tire Pressure Warning
- Aux Audio Inputs
- Rear Bench Seats
- Lane Departure Warning
- Trip Computer
- Stability Control
- USB Inputs
- Auto Climate Control
- Back-up camera
- Upgraded Headlights
- Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel
- Fold Flat Rear Seats
- Keyless Entry/Start
Check out the full range of features on the 2018 Toyota Prius
2018 Toyota Prius Lease Review
If you want pure efficiency and eco-friendly driving without the hassle of plugging in your car, the 2018 Toyota Prius remains at the top of the heap. Pretty much nothing short of a plug-in hybrid will return better real-world results.
We’ve had a 2016 Prius in our long-term test car fleet, and after more than a year we averaged about 50 mpg, even with thousands of miles spent in brutal Los Angeles traffic. We also appreciate the Prius’ practicality and comfort, with its generous cargo area and smooth ride quality. Of course, the Prius compromises on acceleration and handling, proving less rewarding to drive than many traditionally powered vehicles. There’s also the question of Toyota’s infotainment system, which lacks some functionality, and the car’s questionable styling.
If you’re shopping for a hybrid, know that there’s more competition than ever. The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid actually claims slightly higher EPA-rated fuel economy than the Prius and offers a longer warranty. It certainly has a more functional interior with better technology, too. However, the Ioniq is even less satisfying to drive than the Prius, and it’s a less comfortable place to spend time. There’s also the Kia Niro hybrid, which has the look of an SUV, and a slew of midsize hybrid sedans to consider.
Still, there’s a reason the Prius remains the king of the hybrid cars. If you put a premium on efficiency and value, you won’t be disappointed by the Prius.
What’s new for the 2018 Toyota Prius in 2018?
The Prius carries over into 2018 with no significant changes.