2016 Toyota Prius 52-mpg rating | Larry H. Miller Toyota Peoria


Consumer Reports has confirmed the 52-mpg combined EPA fuel-economy rating of the 2016 Toyota Prius hybrid, although its ratings in city and highway testing differed.


Nonetheless, the magazine says the 2016 Prius is the most fuel-efficient car it's ever tested.


The latest Prius even beats the original Honda Insight hybrid, the magazine says, That small two-seater was introduced for the 2000 model year.


The 2016 Prius actually has two separate versions, when it comes to gas-mileage ratings.


Most models are rated at 52 mpg combined (54 mpg city, 50 mpg highway).


However the Prius Two Eco, essentially a base model fitted with a lithium-ion battery pack that's smaller and lighter than the nickel-metal-hydride pack in the base Prius Two, does better than that.


It's rated at 56 mpg combined (58 mpg city, 53 mpg highway), making it the most fuel-efficient car without a plug, in terms of EPA ratings.


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