toyota prius plugin lease
The Toyota Prius Plugin has numerous strengths that far outweigh any negative thoughts about this car. The big positive is that with EV mode the Prius will net over 95 MPGe. And you can sleep easy knowing the Plug-In is backed by Toyota’s great reliability.

2015 Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid Lease

$2,499 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Includes $4k Bonus Cash.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $31,195

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Payment Breakdown: Toyota is offering a lease of a 2014 Prius Plug-In (through Toyota Financial Services) to customers who qualify. You will pay $239 a month for 36 months for total lease payments of $8,604 plus a $810 delivery, processing and handling fee for a total of $9,414(not including fees, taxes, dealer charges, etc.) for the lease term.

Lease Details
Mileage: This 2014 Toyota Prius Plug-In lease comes with 36,000 miles over the life of the lease. Any additional miles driven over the allotted 36,000 is charged at $0.15 per mile. So even if you drove 1000 miles over the 36,000 you would only be charged an additional $150 for the extra miles driven.

End of Lease: Once your lease is up you will have the option to purchase the car at a pre-negotiated price or you can simply return the car to the dealer and lease your next vehicle. Keep in mind that you will be charged for any unusual wear and tear and for all additional mileage driven over the allotted amount.

Fine Print: *This lease may be available to customers who qualify through your participating dealer. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. All figures are provided as an example of a lease.

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Toyota Prius Plugin Hybrid Report
The Toyota Prius Plugin has numerous strengths that far outweigh any negative thoughts about this car. The big positive is that with EV mode the Prius will net over 95 MPGe. And you can sleep easy knowing the Plug-In is backed by Toyota’s great reliability. For over 15 years, the Prius is the flagship hybrid, which serves as a yardstick. This third generation is in its fourth year, and before the rechargeable version, the first feeling is that it is little different from the conventional Prius . Some buttons have been added, strapping headlights were beautifully bluish, and there is a small flap to hide the socket, but there is nothing visible to justify a couple of grand more compared to a Prius standard. And that’s a shame! Plastics of the cabin are just satisfactory in the normal Prius. In this version to $29,900, it is difficult to be satisfied. More than a car, with the rechargeable Prius, we buy technology. Also add a certain prestige associated with the Prius, Auris hybrid because that costs a few grand less, which is not nothing. You really want to ride in rechargeable Prius. We understand why this model is desirable, but it is unfortunate that it is at an angle of intellect it is attractive. We regret that the absence of a higher capacity battery, Toyota has managed to put a small on-only-knows-what in addition, to distinguish its rechargeable Prius.
In fact, large differences from the standard Prius there are only two. The rest are only small adaptations. First the battery is no longer a NiMH, but Lithium-Ion, then it is a larger capacity. 4.4 against 1.3 kWh. The advantage of Li-Ion battery is a lesser weight, since the rechargeable Prius only 55 kg more than the standard. Another advantage is the compactness of the Li-Ion technology seen that despite a tripling capacity, the boot volume has not changed. Ditto the interior. Driving behavior and use are identical to the normal Prius, except that the latter offers a choice of tire 15 or 17 inches. Only small are available here.
The larger battery can provide a stronger current, 38 kW instead of 27, to allow the self to run at 85 km / h on its battery alone. When the conventional Prius, the electric mode is almost useless, since as soon as cutting speeds a little strong, it is actually used here. Yet pity that this electric mode is the only way to enjoy the big battery. The car has 3 modes of operation, HV , EV and EV-City . This is the second EV mode is the default mode for reasons of approval, where self first fully discharge the battery before starting the gasoline engine. Except of course if the power demand, expressed by the right foot of the driver, exceed that can provide battery. HV mode conserves electricity stored in the battery and leads to the rechargeable Prius equivalent a non-rechargeable Prius. Changes in the charge state of the battery does not vary more than the non-rechargeable Prius. This is useful if you want to conserve energy. EV-City mode finally, is very close to the EV mode, but it reduces the facilities to start the petrol engine when applying more power. We regret the absence of a way that would benefit from the large battery other than electric mode, but it would require a variable response to the accelerator according to the level of charge. This might surprise the driver, but here everything is clear. It drives like a standard Prius, or electric mode.
The Prius has always been between two chairs. Bigger than a Golf or Focus, yet it is smaller than a Mondeo or Passat. But its dimensions are a good compromise, and the copy number. The new Mazda 3 is almost the same size. Prius IV will it be bigger? The thing does not seem necessary to us, and many taxis are Prius proves that its habitability is satisfactory. We do not say the same shifter pulse, which is always very pleasant. Why not keys as the old Plymouth ? The equipment is generally good. We can only criticize the location of heating controls Front seats in the console, but it is unique in a car of this price not find alloy wheels, and have to settle for steel wheels with hubcaps plastic .
We were excited about the release of the Prius, because she had made a significant leap forward in its performance on the road. In 2013, we would like to see similar progress. The competition has evolved, and if nobody expected accelerations sports Prius, it deserves to grow by reducing body movements when cornering. We would also like better absorption of road irregularities. Without questioning the nature of the model, it is regrettable that despite a considerably higher propulsion system, a Prius on the road to be awfully sorry for keep pace with Citroën DS5, an Audi A3 and much cheaper than this car.
If there is one area where the Prius fears no one by cons is that of consumption. But our first test was that of the electric range. We loaded the Parly 2 shopping center, one of the few encroits where it is possible to connect without asking anyone, without pay or present card, but it is very slow. It took 55 h to load 1 (1.7 kW after the dashboard, the useful capacity of the battery would be 3.4 kWh). It was terribly long, since we did not dare leave the car. Big flaw in fact the cable supplied with the car plugs into a normal outlet, but is not a lock Mennekes. Anyone can unplug and get away with. When you see the imagination of some copper thieves, there is something not to be alone. A correct emergency. Dashboard shows an electric range of 18.5 km. We see an address for Paris Nord (place d’Anvers) by choosing the shortest path (distance) on the GPS. We reached our destination, and even got down to the Seine. Is 26 km on battery power, but we were assisted by Bertrand Delanoe: there are 30 zones everywhere. On a more normal course must instead rely an electric range of 17 km. This is frankly just because you can not ignore the economic equation. There is € 9000 difference with the classic Prius, and it’s a lot of gallons of gasoline! Sure the bonus is bigger and can report that Toyota dealers will advance the money, but even jumping everyday and never do more than 15 km per day during the week, it will take time to recoup a Prius rechargeable … The Prius plug-in yet has superiority over his sister who is not. It is first able to regenerate more energy. On a downhill highway in HV mode, we saw the remaining battery life go from 15.0 to 16.7 km. It is always a pleasure. Our average was 4.6 l/100 km, but that does not mean much because everything depends on the number of times the car was connected. And with such a small battery must be connected very often. For those who frequently makes 50 km per day, a Chevrolet Volt is much more interesting. But for those who ride more, the Prius regains its interest through its excellent system Hybrid Synergy Drive . Even without reloading in fact, it is possible to consume less with rechargeable Prius. We should have done a long essay, but we think it is possible to consume extremely low with this car. Must ride on the edge of EV mode with the battery partially charged, and ensure that it will not discharge, or very little, accelerating to avoid this. This means driving at 80/90 km / h with light foot in EV mode. The gasoline engine shuts off a little more often than a conventional Prius (or thereof HV mode), and consumes a little less. But it is quite tedious. This game is for the most passionate priussiens.
A $29,900, even with the reduction of Tax Credit bonus offered by the state, being rational, it is difficult to retain the Prius plug-in. Prius Hybrid for much less is more sensible. But for those who want the best of Toyota, which is 100% convinced by the sweetness of the Japanese giant hybrid and electric mobility, the rechargeable Prius is a playing card. For all those who dream of Prius, there is no better than this rechargeable version. But what a pity it is not cheaper, or with a larger battery. Because as only a minority will be satisfied. It is the fault of the Auris hybrid, which is so good for a lot cheaper