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Alderman'S Toyota Inc
(802) 775-5400
65 Windcrest
Rutland, VT
 
Alderman'S Toyota
(802) 459-2800
Pine
Proctor, VT
 
Alderman'S Toyota
(802) 459-2800
Pine
Proctor, VT
 
White River Toyota
(802) 299-2880
303 Sykes Mountain Ave
White River Junction, VT
 
Toyota Automobiles At Carbone
(802) 447-3321
751 North Bennington Rd
Bennington, VT
 
Alderman'S Toyota Inc
(802) 776-6000
33 Seward Rd
Rutland, VT
 
Lertolas Toyota
(802) 459-3652
99 South St
Proctor, VT
 
Alderman'S Toyota Inc
(802) 775-5400
65 Windcrest
Rutland, VT
 
Toyota Industrial Equipment Dealer
(802) 658-0133
683 Pine St
Burlington, VT
 
Handy Toyota Inc
(802) 527-7512
39 S Main St
Saint Albans, VT
 

2005 Toyota Prius Mid-Size Hybrid Sedan

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New Car Review of the 2005 Toyota Prius Mid-Size Hybrid Sedan

Description: Mid-Size Hybrid Sedan
Base MSRP Range: $20,875
Invoice Price Range: $19,222
Where built: Japan

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Toyota's hybrid sedan, which morphed to a larger size last year, fits in the mid-size class with generous space for five in the comfortable cabin. A sleek design for the body features a dramatic sloped face that fashions the hood and windshield into a racked-back plane. Prius ranks among the most aerodynamic production vehicles on the market.

And it contains Toyota's high-voltage and high-powered Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD) powertrain that runs on a thrifty but conventional 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine or a battery-powered electric motor of permanent-magnet design. Toyota uses the HSD to control all energy produced by the two plants and apply it directly to the front wheels in infinitely variable measures through an electronically-controlled continuously variable transmission (CVT).

The system achieves high fuel economy figures -- up to 60 mpg for running on city streets for the class of a Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV). A dashboard video screen illustrates energy management with icons representing the gas engine, electric motor, drive wheels and batt...

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2006 Toyota Prius Compact Economy Hybrid Fuel Sedan

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New Car Review of the 2006 Toyota Prius Compact Economy Hybrid Fuel Sedan

Description: Compact Economy
Hybrid Fuel Sedan
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Toyota of Japan -- Supported by global production facilities including multiple engine and assembly plants in the United States and Canada -- supplies a slew of products to the North American market.

In this extensive model mix is a hybrid gas-electric four-door sedan called Prius that earns significantly high fuel economy marks because it packs into its futuristic shell not one but two motors.

There's a thrifty but conventional 1.5-liter four-cylinder plant aboard that operates on gasoline plus a battery-powered electric motor. Toyota's high-voltage and high-torque Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD) system controls all energy produced by the two plants and sends it directly to the front wheels in infinitely variable measures through an electronically-controlled continuously variable transmission (CVT).

This year Toyota capitalizes on the success of its HSD hybrid design in Prius by applying the concept to the Highlander crossover SUV.

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2006 Toyota Prius Hybrid Gas-Electric Mid-Size Sedan

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Description: Hybrid Gas-Electric Mid-Size Sedan
Base MSRP Range: $21,725
Invoice Price Range: $20,006
Where built: Japan

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Toyota's hybrid gas-electric sedan ranks among the most aerodynamic production vehicles on the market. It fits in the mid-size class with generous space for five in a comfortable cabin.

And Prius contains Toyota's high-voltage and high-powered Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD) powertrain that runs on a thrifty 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine or a battery-powered electric motor. The HSD controls all energy produced by the two plants and applies it to turn the front wheels through a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The system achieves high fuel economy figures for the class of a Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV). A dashboard video screen illustrates energy management with icons representing the gas engine, electric motor, drive wheels and battery.

Advanced air bags and a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) apply to 2006 editions of Prius, with options for leather upholstery and a reverse-view camera plus MP3-capable audio gear.

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