Expert Review: 2017 Prius c Hatchback

Think of the 2017 Toyota Prius C as the skinny latte of the Prius family. It still seats five, has four doors and performs the same Herculean fuel-efficiency feats as the larger Prius and Prius V wagon, but in a slimmer, city-friendly package. This is a car that embraces its life’s purpose as a fuel-sipping, easy-to-park and practical little hatchback, a conclusion we reached after spending a year with one.

The smallest of Toyota’s hybrid lineup, the Prius C is 19 inches shorter than the standard compact sedan Prius. It’s also the lowest-priced of the family and one of the least expensive ways to get into a hybrid. It’s no watered-down hybrid, either.

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