If you’ve been thinking about going green and getting into a new hybrid, why not drive the hybrid that started it all? The incredibly fuel-efficient 2015 Toyota Prius offers the winning combination of providing major savings on fuel costs and versatility to meet the needs of just about any lifestyle. We have a wide selection of 2015 Prius models in stock at Toyota of Slidell, serving North shore Area and the Gulf Coast Area in LA. Now is the time to test drive a Prius at Toyota of Slidell. Once you do, you’re sure to want to drive one home!
Let’s see how the 2015 Toyota Prius compares to a Chevy Volt.
If you’re going to purchase a hybrid or green car, you’re likely enticed by the fuel savings you’ll see over the life of your vehicle. Why not save some money on the front end too by purchasing a hybrid that’s less expensive than its rival from Chevy? Before any rebates, the Toyota Prius’ MSRP of $24,200 is substantially less than the $34,345 MSRP for the Volt. Even if you get some of the available rebates when purchasing a Chevy Volt, you are likely to pay thousands more than a comparably equipped 2015 Toyota Prius.
While fuel-efficiency is often a top reason for purchasing a hybrid, what good does that do if your new hybrid isn’t versatile enough to handle your everyday life? The Toyota Prius is a smart and practical choice, as it can carry five passengers very comfortably. The Chevy Volt, on the other hand, only has seating for four. Rear-seat passengers will be a lot more comfortable in the Prius, with its 36 inches of legroom, compared to the Volt's 34.1 inches. The Prius hybrid’s liftback design also allows for over double the cargo capacity of the Chevy Volt. Cargo space in the 2015 Toyota Prius is a spacious 21.6 cubic feet, compare that to the Volt's meager 10.6 cubic feet.
Here’s where the Prius really shines in its comparison with the Chevy Volt. The 2015 Toyota Prius gets an EPA-estimated 51 city/48 highway mpg, with 50 mpg combined. When the Chevy Volt is on battery range only, it can achieve up to 38 miles on a charge. When the Volt is used in range-extending hybrid engine mode, it manages 35 city/40 highway mpg, or 37 mpg combined. That’s a far cry from the level of fuel economy that 2015 Toyota Prius owners experience.
Now that you’ve read how the 2015 Toyota Camry stacks up against the Chevy Volt, stop by the Toyota of Slidell showroom to test drive a Prius for yourself. Following your test drive, our dedicated sales team will answer any of your questions and can help you find your very own 2015 Toyota Prius to drive home!View Inventory