2006 Toyota Prius


The Toyota Prius is Toyota’s gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle and was the first mass-produced gasoline-electric hybrid when it went on sale in Japan in 1997. Since that time, the Prius has become the best-selling hybrid vehicle in the U.S. and the world. The Toyota Prius entered the U.S. market in 2000, and the second-generation 2004 Prius debuted in the fall of 2003 as the first Toyota product to use Hybrid Synergy Drive, Toyota’s third-generation gas-electric hybrid powertrain technology.

Latest news:

The 2006 Toyota Prius receives updates that include restyled headlights, chrome finish on the center bar of the grille, a front lip spoiler, and new taillight clusters. On the inside the Prius features new darker seat fabric, black texture for the center of the instrument panel and the rear seat is repositioned for improved headroom. Leather seating, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a rear back-up camera are offered for the first time. New audio system upgrades feature MP3-capability and a mini-jack port located in the center console. A Tire Pressure Monitoring System is now standard equipment on Prius.


4-Door Liftback
Kelley Blue Book Price $20,300 - $20,900
Original Retail Price (MSRP) $21,725
Original Invoice Price $20,006

Engines & Power:

4-Door Liftback
Standard Engine 1.5L I4
Gas 110 @ 5000 RPM
Electric No data
Torque (lb-ft)
Gas 82 @ 4200 RPM
Electric 295 @ 0-1200 RPM


4-Door Liftback
Continuously Variable Transmis Std.

Fuel Economy:

4-Door Liftback
City (mpg) 60
Highway (mpg) 51

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