Toyota Prius c vs Honda CR-Z

As the first mass-produced hybrid, the Toyota Prius has always lead the pack. With an all-new model release last year, Toyota introduced a different kind of Prius to revolutionize the market. The 2013 Toyota Prius C is the latest incarnation of that innovation. While the compact C is a top contender, it doesn’t mean it comes without some competition. In the Toyota Prius C vs Honda CR-Z stand-off, who will win?

2013 Toyota Prius CThe Prius C livens up the bland image that comes to mind when some people think of a hybrid. It’s agile and manuevers easily through the streets of Manassas as well as in and out of tight parking spots. While the 2013 Honda CR-Z shoots for the hot-hatch image with a sportier look and quick steering, it falls short in many areas. The CR-Z has a striking lack of interior volume with 74.2 cu. ft* compared to the Prius C’s 87.4 cu. ft. The two-seater loses points for versatility to the more spacious Toyota Prius C.

Even more difficult to overlook is the outstanding efficiency of the Prius C. It’s EPA-estimated mileage of 53 mpg city/46 mpg highway and 50 mpg combined not only surpasses the CR-Z’s 37 mpg combined rating, but it is by far the most economical non-plug-in hybrid on the market.** That SAVES Prius drivers A LOT of money!

Geared towards practicality and versatility, the Prius C’s $19,875 starting MSRP is slightly lower than that of the CR-Z. Add to that it’s stellar fuel efficiency and great interior room, and you have your answer: The 2013 Toyota Prius C reigns supreme.


*CR-Z EPA interior volume provided by
**2013 EPA-estimate for comparison only. Actual mileage will vary based on personal driving habits and conditions.

Test Drive the 2013 Prius C at Miller Toyota

Come see everything the 2013 Toyota Prius C has to offer YOU with a test drive at Miller Toyota in Manassas today! In addition to our comprehensive inventory of new Toyotas and used vehicles, we have all the latest Prius models in stock. Plus, our knowledgeable representatives are standing by to answer your questions.


July 25, 2013
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