A photo illustration of the 2018 Toyota Prius in motion driving through the city

2018 Toyota Prius near Concord, NH 

Not only is the Toyota Prius the vehicle that has proved the idea a hybrid vehicle could be successful in the United States, but it remains at the top of its class after nearly 20 years of production. White River Toyota customers needing a mix of unbeatable fuel economy and family-friendly practicality will want to take the time to closely examine the 2018 Toyota Prius near Concord, NH. The 2018 model is just two years removed from a fairly extensive overhaul which made the Prius lighter and even more efficient. Additionally, the automaker added its cutting-edge suite of active safety systems to help prevent accidents from happening at all.

Just because there might not be anything radically different about the 2018 Toyota Prius in the White River Toyota showroom, doesn't mean there isn't a lot for customers to get with this year's model. As always, the Environmental Protection Agency fuel economy scores for the 2018 Prius remain one of the hatchback's strongest elements. Most trims of the 2018 Prius carry EPA fuel estimates of 54 miles per gallon in the city and 50 miles per gallon on the highway. However, the Prius Two Eco versions come with ultra-low-resistance tires which help boost the hatchback's efficiency scores to 58 mpg in the city and 53 mpg on the highway.

 

An overhead view of a blue 2018 Toyota Prius driving on a country road

Performance

All of the available trims of the 2018 Toyota Prius in the White River Toyota showroom use the same powertrain. Under the hood of each model is a naturally aspirated 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine which sends power to the wheels via a continuously variable transmission.

 

A photo illustration giving a graphic demonstration of a portion of the Toyota Safety Sense suite

Toyota Safety Sense™

Like the rest of the class of 2018, every trim grade of the latest Prius comes with Toyota Safety Sense as standard equipment. The system continuously monitors the area around the Prius to help keep the driver and passengers away from potentially dangerous situations.

 

A view looking out of the back of the 2018 Toyota Prius showing how much cargo and passenger space is available

Passenger/Cargo Space

Overall, the rear seat of the latest Prius offers legroom dimensions on par with some of the most respected sedans in the class. Also, there can be up to 27.4 cubic-feet of cargo volume to use when the rear seats are properly configured for maximum space.