Here is some information on the New Prius Plug- in Hybrid that is unfortunately set in a little higher price than the estimation of the Japanese automaker. Well, we know that the company has set a price tag for the New Prius Plug- in Hybrid at £32,895 or £27,895 with the £5,000 Government grant available on new vehicle purchases through the Office for OLEV or Low Emission Vehicles. Just for comparison, initially Toyota stated in the past September last year that the Prius Plug- in would have an MRSP of £31,000 or £26,000 with £5,000 government subsidy.
The Prius plug- in is able to recharge the car’s battery with a conventional plug in just 90 minutes, while providing an extended pure- electric driving range of nearly 15.5 miles or equal to 25 kilometers.
With such battery the car is claimed to be able for delivering a fuel economy of 134 mpg UK or 112 mpg US and CO2 emission of 49 g/ km. as the battery is weakened, it is able to figure fuel economy of 76.4 mpg UK and 85 g/km of CO2 emission.
The car had been completed with several goodies including LED daytime running lights and headlights, the brand’s Touch and Go Plus system with touchscreen controls, satellite navigation, voice recognition, rear-view camera and Bluetooth, a DAB digital tuner with an eight-speaker JBL sound system, rain-sensing wipers and cruise control.
In additional, there are also 15 inch alloy wheels along with wheel caps and leather steering wheel trim coming as standard features. The optional equipment will be black leather upholstery at £1,500, rear privacy glass at £270, a Protection Pack and a Style Pack at £360.
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