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2010 Toyota Prius Review - Specs

By Sam Moses [NewCarTestDrive]

Here's an overview of the models and specifications for the 2010 Prius.

2010 Toyota Prius Review - Driving Impressions

By Sam Moses [NewCarTestDrive]

For 2010, the new four-cylinder engine goes from 1.5 to 1.8 liters, and horsepower increases from 76 to 98. Combined with the electric motors, there's a total of 134. The larger engine provides more torque, allowing the Prius to maintain freeway speeds at lower rpm, boosting fuel mileage. It's an Atkinson Cycle engine (different valve timing and breathing). CO2 emissions have been reduced from a score that already tops the charts.

2010 Toyota Prius Review - Walkaround and Interior Features

By Sam Moses [NewCarTestDrive]

There are significant changes in the styling of the new 2010 Prius, all of them good we think, resulting in a sleeker car.

2010 Toyota Prius Review - Overview and Model Lineup

All-new version more refined, more efficient. 
By Sam Moses [NewCarTestDrive]


The all-new 2010 Toyota Prius offers no surprises, just significant improvement. It's sleeker and better looking, and more powerful while delivering an EPA-rated 51/48 mpg City/Highway, up by 3 miles per gallon.

2010 Toyota Prius Review: In-Depth on Models, Features, and the Drive

Overview
The all-new 2010 Toyota Prius offers no surprises, just significant improvement. It's sleeker and better looking, and more powerful while delivering an EPA-rated 51/48 mpg City/Highway, up by 3 miles per gallon.

The hybrid mechanicals are lighter by 65 pounds, while being more efficient and presumably stronger. The 1.8-liter gas engine is also new, producing more horsepower while being more efficient. Top speed has flown to 112 miles per hour from 103 mph, slam-dunk evidence that the Prius is a lot slicker package at half that speed.

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2010 Toyota Prius Review: Engine, Performance, MPG, Styling, and Pricing

The 2010 Toyota Prius has been redesigned top to bottom, with more family space inside and more Lexus-style luxury technology. We can expect this next evolution of America's best selling hybrid car to be roomier, faster and more fuel-efficient than the current model.

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