Take everyone by surprise. The 2017 Prius is hitting streets with a daring, edgy look that continues to set trends. Its sleek shape, sculpted character lines and dynamic LED lighting attract all the right attention. An inviting interior, with soft-touch materials and advanced technology, gives everyone plenty of room to stretch out and get comfy. And when the roads get twisty, the double-wishbone rear suspension and athletic stance ensure that this hybrid is always up for some fun. Best of all, it all comes in a package with an available EPA estimate of up to 58 mpg city. Efficiency never looked so good. Let’s go places.
Looking to compare the Toyota Prius against the competition? Here are a few ways in which the 2017 Toyota Prius Four Touring compares against the 2016 Honda CR-Z EX-L CVT w/Navigation. To starty, Prius Four Touring's Fuel Economy (city) is 54 while CR-Z EX-L CVT w/Navigation's Fuel Economy (city) is 36. Seating Capacity on the Prius Four Touring is 5 while on the CR-Z EX-L CVT w/Navigation it is 2. Stay comfortable while you drive, as Driver Multi-Adjustable Power Seat is Standard on Prius Four Touring but Not Available on CR-Z EX-L CVT w/Navigation. Parking Distance Sensors are Optional on Prius Four Touring, whereas Not Available on CR-Z EX-L CVT w/Navigation. If safety is a concern, consider NHTSA Front Crash Test Rating - Passenger is 4* on Prius Four Touring whereas 3* on CR-Z EX-L CVT w/Navigation, and Front Knee Airbags are Standard on the Prius while Not Available on the CR-Z.
These are just a few areas where the Prius outperforms the CR-Z. Learn more in the chart below, or contact a dealer near you today!
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