We compared Toyota hybrids with other non-hybrid vehicles to see which would cost more after 5 years.
We factored in things like monthly payments and fuel costs and the math proves that even though the competitors’ MSRPs are lower, they end up costing you more in the long run.
In fact, the 2017 Toyota Prius c won the Canadian Black Book 2017 Best Retained Value Award in the sub-compact car category. Find out why the Prius c won here.
Well, now you know the truth – Toyota high quality hybrids are very affordable. Find your local Toyota BC Dealer today and learn more about their surprising savings and performance.
Sometimes spending more up front on a car can cost you less in the long run. The trick is knowing when to invest. Read a helpful article from Consumer Reports on this very topic here.