2014 Toyota Prius V Research & Reviews

Overview & Reviews

Average Score

4.00/5 Average
1 Total Reviews
This Year's Model Updates:

Daytime running lamps are standard on all models, while a panoramic sunroof is a new stand-alone option for the Prius V's Three trim level. Otherwise, the 2014 Toyota Prius V carries over unchanged.

Pros:
  • Outstanding fuel economy
  • Quiet and comfy ride.
  • Roomy interior with lots of storage
  • Generous cargo capacity
Cons:
  • Awkward seating position for tall drivers
  • Entune system's cumbersome setup process.
  • Disappointing interior materials

User Reviews:

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  • Wonderful car desperate for console re-design - 2014 Toyota Prius v
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    If you want a sporty and responsive car that uses less gas than a lot of others and is great fun to drive, this is a car to consider seriously. I am very glad I bought this car, even though I can never exceed 46 mpg regardless of where I happen to be driving (mountains, freeway, city). I would happily give it five stars if it weren't for the climate controls, digital displays and virtually useless navigation (for which I paid well over a grand.) I don't even mind that rear window visibility is a little awkward because the backup camera is so wonderful. And the storage area is larger than it appears, even though you will have to move anything you have in there to change a tire, but how often, really, does that happen? And what car, these days, is any different in that respect? That fifth star is missing because of the center console and digital displays. Want to see your odometer reading? You must toggle through mind-boggling displays hunting for it. And I have yet to figure out how to get the front window defogger to adequately function. Maybe it's not functioning at all? The heating and cooling are stupidly hard to operate (dangerous even, if you consider you are usually driving when you want to adjust them), and not very effective, but maybe that's because I haven't yet learned to operate them after more than a year of reading the monster manual. For years, Toyota made a simple three-dial control that was so intuitive and really gave you what you wanted in the way of heating or cooling. Guess that went away with the speedometer dial that could be seen in peripheral vision, rather than the despised digital speedometer, which must be read, and more frequently, since the engine makes so little sound to indicate variations in acceleration. Too bad Toyota made a five-star car and equipped it with a 2-star interior console.

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