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Prius v Vagón

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Especificaciones

  • Capacidad máxima de pasajeros - 5
  • Asientos delanteros tipo butaca
  • Apoyabrazos central delantero
  • Asiento trasero de tipo banco
  • Asiento trasero plegable y abatible
  • Radio AM/FM
  • Reproductor de CD
  • Decodificador MP3
  • Controles en el volante para sistema de sonido
  • Altavoces - 6
  • 1a fila pantallas de cristal líquido LCD - 1
  • Dimensión de la pantalla LCD primaria - 6.1 plg
  • Conectividad inalámbrica - Bluetooth
  • Suspensión delantera independiente
  • Barra estabilizadora delantera
  • Dirección asistida
  • Aros de ruedas de aleación
  • Llantas delanteras - 205/60 SR16.0
  • Llantas traseras - 205/60 SR16.0
  • Dimensión de los aros de ruedas - 16 pulg
  • Aire acondicionado
  • Climatización automática
  • Controles en el volante para sistema Aire Acondicionado HVAC
  • Control de velocidad de crucero
  • Ventanas eléctricas
  • Apertura de un solo toque
  • Cierre de un solo toque
  • Cerradura central de seguros a distancia con control remoto
  • Entrada con iluminación
  • Volante inclinable
  • Volante telescópico
  • Espejo de cortesía del lado del conductor
  • Espejo de cortesía del lado del pasajero
  • Portavasos delanteros
  • Portavasos traseros
  • Consola de techo
  • Cajuela en la puerta del conductor
  • Cajuela en la puerta del pasajero
  • Cajuelas de almacenaje en puertas traseras
  • Garantía de parachoques a parachoques - 36 meses/36,000 millas
  • Garantía sobre el grupo motopropulsor - 60 meses/60,000 millas
  • Garantía contra la perforación por corrosión - 60 meses/distancia ilimitada
  • Garantía de asistencia en la carretera - 24 meses/distancia ilimitada
  • Garantía de manteniemiento - 24 meses/25,000 millas
  • Garantía de componentes eléctricos de sist - 96 meses/100,000 millas
  • Espejos retrovisores con ajuste eléctrico
  • Espejos retrovisores con calefaccións
  • Alerón trasero
  • Espejos retrovisores - color carrocería
  • Parachoques - color carrocería
  • Cilindrada - 1.8 L
  • Configuración de cilindros - I4
  • Potencia - 98 cv a 5,200 rpm
  • Par motor - 105 pie-lb a 4,000 rpm
  • Válvulas - 16
  • Control variable de intervalo de válvulas
  • Inyección multipunto MPI secuencial
  • Combustible recomendado - regular sin plomo
  • Tipo - tracción delantera
  • Economía de combustible combinada - 41mpg
  • Tanque de combustible - 11.9 galones
  • Economia de combustible en ciudad - 43mpg
  • Economia de combustible en carretera - 39mpg
  • Faros con apagado diferido
  • Limpiaparabrisas intermitente con intervalos variables
  • Limpiaparabrisas trasero
  • Desempañador
  • Lámparas de lectura delanteras
  • Indicador de la temperatura exterior
  • Indicador de baja presión de aire en los neumáticos
  • Computador de recorrido parcial
  • Cámara de asistencia al aparcamiento trasero
  • Visualizador - digital
  • Configurable
  • Cilindrada - 1.8 L
  • Potencia - 98 cv a 5,200 rpm
  • Par motor - 105 pie-lb a 4,000 rpm
  • Diámetro x carrera - 80.5 x 88.4 mm (3.17 x 3.48 pulg)
  • Relación de compresión - 13.00 a 1
  • Longitud - 4,630 mm (182.3 pulg)
  • Ancho - 1,775 mm (69.9 pulg)
  • Altura - 1,575 mm (62.0 pulg)
  • Distancia entre ejes - 2,779 mm (109.4 pulg)
  • Radio de giro - 5.5 m (18.1 pies)
  • Espacio para piernas delantero - 1,049 mm (41.3 pulg)
  • Espacio para piernas trasero - 912 mm (35.9 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza delantero - 1,006 mm (39.6 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza trasero - 980 mm (38.6 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas delantero - 1,359 mm (53.5 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas trasero - 1,359 mm (53.5 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros delantero - 1,420 mm (55.9 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros trasero - 1,402 mm (55.2 pulg)
  • Volumen de pasajeros - 2,752 L (97.2 pie3)
  • Frenos de discos en las 4 ruedas
  • Frenos frenos antibloqueo (ABS)
  • Sistema de asistencia al frenado de emergencia
  • Dos bolsas de aire frontales
  • Dos bolsas de aire laterales delanteras
  • Bolsas de aire integradas en el techo
  • Bolsa de aire para protección de rodillas
  • Bolsa de aire con sensor de ocupantes
  • Alarma de pánico
  • Inmovilizador
  • Programa de estabilidad electrónico
  • Control de tracción
  • Cabeceras delanteras con protección contra traumatismos cráneo-cervicales

Tapicerías

  MSRP Motor Transmisión Ciudad/Hwy mpg
Dos 2017 Toyota Prius v Vagón Dos Buscar nuevos $26,675   98-hp 1.8L 4-cil    43 / 39  
Tres 2017 Toyota Prius v Vagón Tres Buscar nuevos $28,060   98-hp 1.8L 4-cil    43 / 39  
Cuatro 2017 Toyota Prius v Vagón Cuatro Buscar nuevos $29,695   98-hp 1.8L 4-cil    43 / 39  
Cinco 2017 Toyota Prius v Vagón Cinco Buscar nuevos $30,935   98-hp 1.8L 4-cil    43 / 39  

Reviews

Driving Impression

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Few hybrids could be described as quick-accelerating. But the Prius v wagon, ranking as a comparative heavyweight, is more emphatically underpowered. The Prius v is about 300 pounds heavier than the previous-generation Prius liftback, which used the same powertrain.

As a result, the Prius v is likely to struggle up steeper hills, or when carrying a heavy load of people and/or cargo. Prudence dictates doing some pre-planning when you expect to pass or merge, especially if the terrain is far from flat.

In addition to holding back acceleration, limited power makes the engine more likely to get loud when pushed. The recently-reworked Prius liftback is considerably more refined.

In addition to the default Hybrid mode, the Prius v provides three driving modes. EV mode yields virtually silent electric-only propulsion at low speeds, for up to a mile or so. Hyper-milers who strive for the highest possible fuel-economy figures might like Eco mode, but others may find it painfully slow – possibly even dangerous at times. Power mode lets the Prius v do a satisfactory job of keeping up with briskly-moving traffic

Enthusiast drivers may consider the steering to be numb, or even lifeless, but they’re not likely prospects for a Prius. Hybrid advocates won’t be troubled by a shortage of road feel.

Though frugal, the Prius v is not a leader in fuel economy, EPA-rated at 43/39 mpg City/Highway, or 41 mpg Combined. In contrast, a regular Prius liftback is EPA-rated at 54/50 mpg City/Highway, or 52 mpg Combined. Thriftier yet is the Prius Eco edition, EPA-rated at 58/53 mpg City/Highway, or 56 mpg Combined. Hybrids typically get a higher fuel-economy estimate in city driving than for highway use.

Walk Around

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Though more ordinary-looking overall than a Prius liftback, the Prius v is still somewhat identifiable as a Prius hybrid. Despite resembling the previous Prius generation, the wagon’s body panels are entirely unique.

In profile, the wagon is taller and more slab-sided than the current liftback model. A boldly bulging front end gives it a moderately aggressive appearance, markedly different from other Prius models.

Interior Overview

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Inside the Prius v, all five passengers sit higher and more upright than they would in a regular Prius liftback model. They also benefit from abundant space, for both people and luggage, helping to make the Prius v a sensible family vehicle.

Split 60/40, the rear seats can be reclined. They may also be slid forward or rearward, altering leg space for passengers and changing cargo volume between 34.3 and 40.2 cubic feet. With both seats folded, that rear space grows to 67.3 cubic feet. Toyota advises that the seat-down cargo space beats that of many smaller crossover SUV models. Because the distance between wheelwell housings is a sizable 39 inches, boxy items can glide easily along the flat load floor.

Interior storage is ample, including cupholders, handy trays, and cubbies. Plastic elements are primarily patterned and hard-textured. Less pleasing is the dashboard, which harks back to earlier Prius models. That means an imperfectly organized, full-color array of symbols, figures, and icons, visible at the windshield base.

Summary

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Short on refinement compared to Toyota’s latest hybrids, the Prius v isn’t the best choice for performance or peak economy. Its primary appeal is practical, for family travel. If you carry four or five occupants, complete with luggage, the sizable interior might easily make up for a flaw or two.

Driving impressions by John Voelcker, The Car Connection. James M. Flammang contributed to this report.

Model Lineup

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The 2017 Toyota Prius v comes in four trim levels, numbered Two through Five. (Prices are MSRP and do not include $865 destination charge.)

Prius v Two ($26,675) comes with keyless entry, automatic climate control, fabric seat upholstery, and 16-inch alloy wheels. Toyota’s Entune cloud-based media and connectivity system also is standard. Prius v Three ($28,060) includes steering wheel-mounted audio and climate controls, Bluetooth, and power lumbar support. A navigation system with voice control displays on the 6.1-inch touchscreen. A separate 4.2-inch color screen sits within the instrument panel.

Prius v Four ($29,695) adds heated front seats, an auto-dimming mirror, and an eight-way power driver’s seat. SofTex upholstery is said to resist spills and be easy to clean. Prius v Five ($30,935), which tops the Prius v range, includes 10-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, and LED headlights.

Seven airbags are standard, as is a rearview camera.

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