All-New v is versatile for Denver families:
The 2012 Toyota Prius v is all-new and available now at Denver Toyota dealers. The v in the 2012 Prius v represents “versatility” for Denver small wagon consumers. The new Prius v is based on the standard Prius, and uses the same powertrain as in the Prius sedan. 2012 is a year of extremes for the Toyota Prius. Toyota has just unveiled the smallest Prius ever, the Prius C, which is priced under $20K and gets more than 50 mpg. And on the other extreme, the...Read More.
Denver commuters will like the Five model:
Inside, this Denver Prius v Five came nicely featured with 6-way adjustable driver seat, 60/40 split sliding reclining fold-down rear seat, fold-flat front passenger seat, under-floor cargo storage area, automatic climate control with dust and pollen filters. Outside the Prius v Five comes with projector-beam halogen headlamps, 17-inch alloy wheels with wheel covers, LED taillamps and brake lights, power heated folding sideview mirrors, UV reduction glass windshield, and...Read More.
Hybrid system will save Denver drivers money at the pump:
Denver commuters will find the ride in the new 2012 Toyota Prius v quite smooth and comfortable. But don’t expect acceleration to push you back in the seat, but what should we expect from a small hybrid wagon? The power from the hybrid system will get Denver driver’s up to speed in an acceptable manner. If maximum power is needed, the Prius v has a Power mode to provide extra boost during highway merging or when pulling a steep hill. And for saving on fuel, the...Read More.
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