2014 Toyota Prius C Research & Reviews

Overview & Reviews

Average Score

4.28/5 Average
4 Total Reviews
This Year's Model Updates:

For 2014, the Toyota Prius C is essentially unchanged.

  • Nimble and easy-to-park size.
  • Stellar fuel economy
  • Roomy interior
  • Favorable pricing
  • Noticeable wind noise
  • Cumbersome setup process for Entune connectivity.
  • Slow acceleration
  • Poor interior materials quality
  • Ride can be stiff over some roads

User Reviews:

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  • To the Moon with my Prius C - 2014 Toyota Prius c
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    First a disclaimer, this is my first hybrid and my fourth Toyota. Secondly, this is a sub-compact, economy, hybrid. So comments about lack of room and poor acceleration are a little silly. If you want a luxury or sports car, buy a luxury or sports car! I absolutely love this car. I considered the Prius lift back, but am so glad I got the Prius C Three. The cargo storage is limited, but with the fold down seat it's adequate for my needs. The interior is not plush, but it's very nice and comfortable. I love the look of it all! The Prius C is extremely easy to park. The turning radius is super short. The radio and navigation system are awesome. I average 55+ MPG!

  • new PRIUS C owner - 2014 Toyota Prius c
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    Just purchased my prius c today after careful research. Decided on it because of efficiency,mpg,comfort and overall handling. I am looking forward to know my gas savings will be in the future. Satisfied with price for the product. It's not luxurious but very practical.

  • MPG heavily dependent on velocity - 2014 Toyota Prius c
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    I bought my Prius C a couple years ago. It is a generally well-built car, but it is pretty slow to accelerate and is rather loud when the accelerator is pressed. Perhaps most importantly, it MPG is heavily dependent on the speed at which you travel. I mainly drive on the highway and if I drive 75-80 mph, I noticed that I only averaged about 40 mpg whereas if I drove 55-60 mph, I seem to have gotten over 50 mph. I don't know how the reviewer on this site stated that he is getting 64 mpg. He must be driving REALLY conservatively on the hwy.

  • Far better then I thought. - 2014 Toyota Prius c
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    I got the Pricus C 3 for 1 reason, the advertised MPG. I have an 80 mile round trip commute that consist of 85% highway driving and was tired of filling my SUV up every 3 days for $55+ each time. I now average 64MPG each way and fill up every 6 days for $25. I'm totally blowed away with the amount of money I'm saving. There are loads of YouTube videos that show how to drive a Prius, I highly recommend them if you do buy a Prius. As for the car itself I find the seats to be very comfortable, the build materials are fine after all it is an inexpensive car. The 3 level has some cool features like push button start, doors unlock when they detect the key, and touch screen with navigation.

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