The Toyota Prius family revolutionized the automotive world and hybrid industry. The Prius v is the largest available Prius model and with the Prius v customers still get the many great benefits of the Prius but with a more spacious interior and added versatility, making the 2017 Prius v a great option for families. The Nissan Leaf is a little different in that it is an all-electric powertrain but much like the Prius, it is an alternative for customers looking for eco-friendly vehicles. Take a look at how these two vehicles compare in this 2017 Toyota Prius v vs 2017 Nissan Leaf comparison.
The Toyota Prius v was designed to give customers a family vehicle alternative that offers SUV like measurements but with the advanced fuel efficiency of a Prius and the handling of a sedan. Behind the rear seats the 2017 Prius v has 34.3 cubic feet of cargo volume and with the 60/40 split rear seats, they can be reconfigured to give customers a maximum cargo volume of 67.3 cubic feet which is over twice as much available space as the 2017 Nissan Leaf.
1.8-Liter Four-Cylinder Engine/60-kw Electric Motor
80-kw Electric Motor
67.3 Cubic Feet
Max. Cargo Volume
30 Cubic Feet
2017 Prius V Near Chicago, IL
With a number of available safety and technology features, customers will not be disappointed with the 2017 Toyota Prius v's available equipment. The Prius v is available in four trim levels Two, Three, Four and Five. Some of the available features that customers will find on the interior of the 2017 Prius v include a panoramic sunroof, a navigation system, reclining rear seats, leatherette seating, smartphone app integration, heated seats, and more.
It wouldn't be a Toyota vehicle without the availability of safety features and the 2017 Toyota Prius v offers available adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, automatic high-beam control and a pre-collision safety system. Interested in checking out the 2017 Toyota Prius v? Contact us today at Arlington Toyota to talk with a team member or to schedule a test drive in the Chicago area.