2017 Toyota Prius Two Will Convert You To Own A Hybrid Car?

Feb 06, 2017 10:50 AM EST | Gerone Trish

2017 Toyota Prius Two hatchback boasts of its "Safety Sense" package and fuel efficiency. Car enthusiasts describe the hybrid car as the best brand to convert non-hybrid drivers to owning one.

The "Safety Sense" package of Toyota is deemed to be an excellent package which includes full-speed adaptive cruise control, lane-departure signals, and forward-collision alert. All these technology features are most important factors in considering a car purchase, far more important than fuel and engine efficiency.

The new Prius promotes safer driving and less traffic destructions via the "Safety Sense" package. This technology features set the new Prius on top of its competitors, Providence Journal has noted.

This latest hybrid car from Toyota brings comfort and ease in driving. City driving has never been this comfortable and fuel efficient before the 2017 Prius came into the picture.

Although the trunk space was reduced due to the large batteries, the front doors are large enough for easy access to the car. Wheels Herald notes that the new hybrid from Toyota is a better ride the Honda Civic Touring. The gooey steering from previous models of Prius was already gone and improved. The new hybrid is more dialed-in now.

On the inside, the seats have thick padding. The new car also has folding seats to easily adjust the car into a cargo vehicle for shopping pleasures or bigger loading requirements.

Latest technology control consoles and low-mounted display screens can also be spotted, which were positioned to allow a better view of the outside world. It also has a wireless mobile recharging pad on the front-and-center consoles. Interestingly, the gear shifter appears to be like a video game's joystick.

According to the publication, the best part of the test drive is the fact that the gas gauge still reflects a "full" marking even after driving for about more than 100 kilometers. Considering the safety features and fuel efficiency of 2017 Toyota Prius, more drivers will most likely convert to hybrid cars soon.

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