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2019-2020 Toyota Prius: Everything You Need to Know

2019 Toyota Prius

Long a leader among hybrids, the Toyota Prius has taken a hit recently as more automakers (Toyota included) expand their lineups with hybrid and plug-in hybrid models. Still, Toyota hasn’t given up on the hatchback, offering an all-wheel-drive variant for the 2019 model year and standard Apple CarPlay for 2020.

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A few other tweaks for 2020 of note include 7-inch touchscreens for L Eco, LE and XLE models, as well as standard Amazon Alexa. With modest price increases across the board, you may be interested in purchasing the newer model, but before you do, make sure you read up on our comprehensive coverage featuring everything you need to know about the 2019 and 2020 versions of the Toyota Prius:

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