Clean Title………1 Owner Vehicle……….Low Miles………48/45 mpg City/Hwy……….Traction Control……….Power Windows………..Power Door Locks………..Cruise Control…….Minor Bumper Damage!!

 

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Price: $6,995
Year: 2007
Mileage: 77320
Color: Gray
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 4-Cyl, Hybrid, 1.5 Liter
Doors: 4
Stock: 2535
VIN: JTDKB20U673260655
Transmission: Automatic, CVT
Kelly Blue Book Link: Click Here

 

Equipment:

  • Hatchback 4D
  • 4-Cyl, Hybrid, 1.5 Liter
  • Automatic, CVT
  • Horsepower: 110 hp @ 5000 rpm
  • Torque: 82 ft-lbs. @ 4200 rpm
  • FWD
  • 48/45 mpg City/Hwy
  • Traction Control
  • ABS (4-Wheel)
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Windows
  • Power Door Locks
  • Cruise Control
  • Power Steering
  • Tilt Wheel
  • AM/FM Stereo
  • Dual Air Bags
  • Side Air Bags
  • Split-Folding Rear Seatback
  • Rear Spoiler
  • Alloy Wheels

 

Few cars of the last decade have had the impact of the Toyota Prius hybrid. It wasn’t the first hybrid vehicle to enter the U.S. market, and the first-generation Prius had a quiet reception here, as it was too small, too slow and too conservatively styled to get much attention outside the hard-core environmentalist community. In contrast, the current-generation Prius, introduced in 2004, has attained celebrity status. It’s not just that it’s roomier, more fuel-efficient and cleaner-burning than the original, although these are all good reasons to consider buying one. It’s that this midsize hybrid hatchback looks like no other car on the market and thus allows its driver to make a personal and political statement. Add in the ability to drive a Prius solo in the carpool lane in California, its biggest market, and it’s clear the 2007 Toyota Prius will continue to sell in brisk numbers.

The heart of the original Toyota hybrid car is a gas-electric drivetrain the company calls Hybrid Synergy Drive. In the Toyota Prius, the setup consists of a 1.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine paired with an electric-drive motor that draws power from a nickel-metal hydride battery pack (mounted under the car’s rear hatch area) — together they make 110 hp. A second electric motor functions solely as a generator, recharging the batteries. The primary electric-drive motor can also rejuice the batteries, using energy recaptured during braking. It sounds complicated, but a simplified continuously variable transmission (CVT) deftly shuffles power between the sources, providing smooth, seamless operation from the Prius driver’s point of view. The Prius’ claim to fame is its ability to operate under electric power alone at low speeds, which contributes to its low fuel consumption. With a combined EPA rating of 55 mpg, this is the most fuel-efficient car on sale in the U.S. for 2007.

As technologically sophisticated as the Toyota Prius is, it’s a remarkably practical car to drive on a day-to-day basis. Its interior is spacious enough to accommodate a family of four in comfort, and a tight turning radius combined with light, electric-assist steering makes it extremely easy to maneuver in crowded urban areas.

Every 2007 Toyota Prius comes standard with antilock brakes with brake assist, traction control, front-seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. Stability control is a package option. In NHTSA crash tests, Toyota’s hybrid car earned four stars out of five for driver and front-passenger protection in frontal impacts. In side-impact testing, it earned five stars for front-occupant protection and four stars for the rear. In IIHS testing, the Prius earned the top rating of “Good” for its protection in frontal-offset and side-impact crashes.

As you’d expect, the Toyota Prius is no speed demon (zero to 60 mph in about 10.4 seconds), but when it comes to the kind of daily driving that most drivers encounter, there’s more than enough power to get around. Driving a Prius takes some getting used to since it doesn’t have a conventional transmission that shifts gears, but most owners grow to like the car’s smooth power delivery. Cabin noise is minimal, and the suspension provides an acceptably smooth ride despite the car’s weight-saving chassis components. Although the 2007 Toyota Prius would make a fine highway companion, the car really shines when driven in the city, where its light steering, tight turning radius and excellent visibility make it easy to park and maneuver through traffic. Additionally, the Prius often returns its best gas mileage in freeway gridlock, as it’s able to spend more time in full-electric mode.

 

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