2015 Toyota Prius Values

Select a 2015 Toyota Prius trim level

2015 model year changes

For 2015, the Toyota Prius receives few changes. Among them, a rear camera is now standard, while a new Persona Series trim adds special appearance items.

Competitive comparison

Leading fuel economy; advanced hybrid powertrain; more models provide cargo and passenger flexibility

Special features for 2015

The Prius has set the standard for hybrid powertrains in the U.S. since it was introduced. The current model is the most efficient, most reliable Prius yet and has proven to be an amazing bargain. With several Prius variations from which to choose, there's a Prius for every buyer. Anyone who thought the original Prius was too small should look for the Prius v. Customers looking to maximize their fuel economy would be advised to consider the Prius Plug-in. Both feature Toyota's reliable, efficient hybrid technology at a reasonable price. The Prius c is an even more cost-conscious hybrid for those looking to maximize fuel economy.
The five-passenger Prius by Toyota comes in either a standard body style or a hatchback, offered in six trims: Two, Three, Persona Series, Four and Five. Well-equipped in the base model, standard features include: 15” alloy wheels, heated and powered side mirrors, remote entry/start, backup camera with 6.1” touchscreen, 60/40-split and foldable rear bench, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and a six-speaker audio system. Upgrades will score you larger 17” alloy wheels, illuminated foot-wells, faux leather upholstery, automated LED headlamps, larger 7” touchscreen console with GPS, special aerodynamic body kit with sport accenting, sport-tuned braking and suspension systems, and a premium eight-speaker JBL audio system. Powering the Prius is a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that’s married to an electric motor, offering 134 horsepower. Toyota offers a lifetime warranty on the battery and a three-year/36,000-mile basic warranty on the vehicle.