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2004 Toyota Prius Base 5dr HB (GS)

2004 Toyota Prius
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Front Wheel Drive, 5 Door Liftback, Mid-size
60 mpg city / 51 mpg hwy
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2004 Toyota Prius

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US News Review – There are a lot of unusual things about the brand-new Prius sedan, but one of the most striking is the number 60. That figure, in bold print on the window sticker you’ll see at the dealership, is the vehicle’s estimated gas mileage for city driving. Source:

Motor Trend Car of the Year 2004 - Toyota Prius – The 2004 Toyota Prius is the first hybrid vehicle to Receive the Coveted Golden Calipers Award Source:

Motor Trend Long-Term Test Update: 2004 Toyota Prius – Motor Trend Long-Term Test Update: 2004 Toyota Prius Source:

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Popular Mechanics - Test Drives 2004 Toyota Prius – Behold the first hybrid midsize car. Source:

Car and Driver Toyota Prius - First Drive Review – Amazing fuel economy, whopping interior space, and all the passion of a Maytag. Source:

New Car Test Drive Review – America's best hybrid and no, you don't plug it in. Source:

Worldwide Prius Sales Top 1 Million Mark – Worldwide cumulative sales of the Toyota Prius—the world's first mass-produced gasoline/electric hybrid vehicle—have passed the 1 million mark, with approximately 1,028,000 units sold as of the end of April this year*1. Source:

International Toyota Enthusiast Community – Welcome to Toyota Nation, the world's largest Toyota owner and enthusiast forum community. Source:

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