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2012 Toyota Prius

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  The 2012 Toyota Prius. Image: Toyota 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid
Invoice $21,864 N/A
51/48 N/A
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Bottom Line The 2012 Toyota Prius remains the highest-mileage car offered in the U.S., and it's a practical and capacious mid-size hatchback with room for five Read Full Review The 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid scores with its deft hybrid integration, and for preserving so much of the Fusion's basic goodness. Read Full Review
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  • Best gas mileage of any car
  • Capacious cabin
  • Useful hatchback utility
  • Available high-level features
  • New wagon and plug-in versions


  • Lifeless driving experience
  • Flying-buttress console limits knee room
  • Hard plastics hardly luxurious
  • It's perceived as a statement car


  • 41-mpg EPA highway rating
  • Fun gauge cluster teaches green driving
  • Exceptionally smooth hybrid integration
  • Basic Fusion goodness


  • No more tax credits
  • A smaller back seat than some family cars
  • Trunk loses space to batteries
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