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It’s hard to imagine model-line nomenclature being more confusing than that of the Toyota Prius family, with multiple versions using the Prius brand name. (There’s Prius covered here, plus Prius v and Prius c. Then there’s Prius Prime.)
Prius Two ($24,685) comes with a nickel-metal hydride. (There is no Prius One.)
Prius Two Eco ($25,165), Prius Three ($26,735), Prius Three Touring ($28,115), Prius Four ($29,135), and Prius Four Touring ($30,015) get lithium-ion batteries. (All prices are MSRP and do not include destination charge.)
Prius Two models come with a 6.1-inch infotainment touchscreen, 4.2-inch color information display, 15-inch wheels, rearview camera, keyless ignition, LED headlamps, and that Toyota Safety Sense-P package.
Prius Two Eco adds a bigger infotainment screen and navigation, Three Touring gets better seating, Prius Four adds blind-spot monitors, Prius Four Touring gets a 7.0-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, and bigger wheels.