Used Toyota Prius cars for sale

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With its excellent economy and zero road tax, the Toyota Prius is an eco-friendly hatchback that offers an impressive performance on the road. Available with a 1.5 or 1.8-litre engine (depending on the age of the car), the mid-size drive is available as a hybrid or plug-in. You can find plenty of second-hand Toyota Prius cars for sale on Motors.co.uk. Read our expert Toyota Prius review to find out more.
£7,099
Finance available £125 pm
14-day money back guarantee, 90 Day Warranty
  • 1.8L
  • 72.1kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Jan London Trade Ltd

£13,450
Finance available £255 pm
  • 1.8L
  • 67.9kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

TM UK TRADING LTD

£4,995
Finance available £82 pm
DEMO + 1 PRIVATE OWNER, FULL TOYOTA HISTORY, SUPERB!
  • 1.5L
  • 43kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Cult Status Cars

£2,799
AUTOMATIC-HPI CLEAR-£10TAX.
  • 1.5L
  • 120.7kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Grange motors limited (cardiff)

£24,995
Finance available £471 pm
GENUINE MILEAGE MUST BE SEEN
  • 1.8L
  • 6.5kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Premier Cars

£24,491
  • 1.8L
  • 5.5kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Listers Toyota Stratford-upon-Avon

£6,000
  • 1.8L
  • 70kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Semi Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Top Gear Stoke

£6,995
Finance available £123 pm
Free 1 Year Warranty, Free 1 Year MOT
  • 1.8L
  • 165kMiles
  • Hybrid
  • Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

TM UK TRADING LTD

Used Toyota Prius FAQs

  • Is the Toyota Prius a good car?

    With over 20 years of development behind it, the Toyota Prius has a decent spec and is reliable, economical and comfortable to drive. It's cheap to run with a spacious cabin and ample storage, making it a perfect family car with enough room for a large baby buggy. And thanks to its many safety features, it scores an impressive five out of five by independent crash-testers Euro NCAP.

     
  • Is the Toyota Prius expensive to fix?

    Boasting low emissions, the Toyota Prius is cheap to run. The plug-in version has a 22 insurance rating, while the hybrid is even cheaper with an insurance group of 14. Fixed-price servicing starts at �15 per month, while road tax is completely free. And when it comes to fixing repairs, there'll be no nasty shocks like there sometimes is with a hybrid - the Prius is no more expensive than the rest of the Toyota line-up.

     
  • How many miles can the Toyota Prius last?

    The Toyota Prius is built to last for years, with many owners enjoying hundreds of thousands of miles in its lifetime. But you have to do your bit to take care of it too. Try to use only quality filters and oil designed for your driving habits. According to Toyota, the Prius battery will last between 100,000-150,000 miles or 8-10 years.

     
  • Is the Toyota Prius exempt from congestion charge?

    The London Congestion Charge exemption zone applies to cars that produce less than an average of 75g/km of CO2 emissions. With the Toyota Prius now listed as producing 78g/km, new owners will have to pay the charge. Owners of older Prius cars with less CO2 emissions are still eligible for exemption.

     
  • Which Toyota Prius is the best?

    The Toyota Prius is available with just one engine: a 1.8-litre petrol paired with an electric motor. Meanwhile, the plug-in model uses larger batteries and is more expensive to buy, but offers a better fuel economy. All cars use a continuously variable automatic transmission. For the best drive and fuel efficiency, opt for 4th-generation trims manufactured after 2016.

     
  • Where is the Toyota Prius manufactured?

    Toyota Prius cars are manufactured in the Toyota Tsutsumi Plant in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

     

About the Toyota Prius

Now in its 4th generation, the Toyota Prius is the world’s first mainstream petrol-electric hybrid having first launched in Japan in 1997 . Today, it’s built with a 1.8-litre petrol engine , producing 120bhp and reaching 0-62mph in 11 seconds . The hybrid self-charges during braking and deceleration , while the plug-in trim with a large battery charges using electricity from the grid . Latest fuel economy tests show the hybrid to be capable of 67.2mpg with CO2 emissions ranging from 75-85g/km , while the plug-in claims 235mpg and 28g/km of CO2 emissions.

What you can expect to find in a Toyota Prius

Winning the 2005 Car of the Year award, the Toyota Prius is considered a pioneer in hybrid technology and makes a great family car. It comes with a range of notable features as standard:

  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Infotainment system with a 7-inch touchscreen and touch-sensitive shortcut buttons
  • LED headlights , adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and a rear-view camera
  • 15-inch alloy wheels
  • Leather-trimmed steering wheel and keyless go

The Toyota Prius comes with a choice of trims including the Active , Business Edition , Business Edition Plus , Business Edition Plus AWD and the more fuel-efficient Excel. These vary depending on the year, with all but the entry-level Active trim including the following:

  • Head-up display projecting information onto the windscreen directly ahead of the driver
  • Automatic wipers, wireless phone charging and heated front seats
  • Business Edition Plus trims also come with a blind-spot monitoring system , 17-inch alloy roles, all-round parking sensors and a self-parking system

Japanese car manufacturer Toyota is consistently ranked as one of the top motor vehicle companies for dependability. With its comfortable ride, high le vels of grip, low servicing costs and excellent resale value , the Prius is a reliable and cost-effective drive that will save you on fuel and road tax.

Read the latest Toyota Prius review