2012 Toyota Prius C Base Hatchback 4-door 1.5l on 2040-cars
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
I am selling my 2012 Toyota Prius c. I bought the car from the Toyota dealership November 2013. The car has about 20k miles on it (vehicle is still in use, so ileage will increase slightly by the time of sale), and is in "Like New" Condition. There are no scratches, dings, dents, or cosmetic issues. The engine, drive train, ect. is also in like new condition, and all maintananence has been done at the dealership. I am selling the car because I am moving out to the Alaskan Bush to teach, and there is no need for a car out there.
The car's color is Habenero, firey orange-red. It comes with 1 year left on the Factory Bumper-to-Bumper warranty. It also has a 7 year powertrain warranty, and a 10-year battery warranty. Included with the car is a new set of studded winter tires (used 1 winter only). This is seriously a fun car to drive, and at 51mpg CITY, it's a very economical car. It costs about $30 to fill up, and I fill up about once every 3 weeks.
The car comes with power EVERYTHING, and comes with the standard factory audio-- AM/FM/CD Changer, and Bluetooth. The car is FWD, and includes a great traction control for those icy days. The car comes with both "ECO" and "EV" modes-- which basically help to superboost the MPG.
Toyota Prius for Sale
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Speaking at the company's advanced safety seminar in Ypsilanti, MI, Thursday morning, Seigo Kuzumaki, Toyota's deputy chief safety technology officer, said that Toyota envisions a future driving environment that optimizes the best of both humans and computers, not choosing one over the other.
"Toyota's main objective is safety, so it will not be developing a driverless car." - Seigo Kuzumaki