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Prius v Keeps it in the Family

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2013 Toyota Prius v

If you reorder the letters in the Prius v model name, it might not spell “family” exactly (or at all), but it probably should. As a member of the ever-growing Prius model group, the Prius v is the hybrid to go to for an efficient, versatile family car—especially since the “v” stands for versatility.

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With more cargo space than the majority of small SUVs and the 42 combined mpg that has come to be expected from a Prius, the v has the storage that your family needs without lightening the load in your wallet whenever you go to the gas pump. The fold-flat front-passenger seat means you don’t have to leave behind any long items, while the sliding second row seats allow for flexible storage situations in the back.

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There are plenty of nooks and crannies, too, including a center console storage box for any toys you might need to hide quickly and storage places built into the sides of and underneath the cargo platform. SofTex seat material allows for easy cleaning and is also spill- and wear-resistant, meaning that the beating it will take won’t defeat it. Add the Panoramic View Moonroof and sleek design and you’ve got the family versatility you need in a pretty package. There’s really no way you can go wrong with the Prius v!

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