Wall Street Journal Calls The Prius “Toyota’s Masterpiece”
With the 10-year anniversary of the Toyota Prius, a writer from the Wall Street Journal could not help but speak highly of how much he appreciates the particular model. Naming it as Toyota’s Masterpiece, the writer talks about the modest features of the Prius; yet capable of achieving so much power. Comparing the Prius with the likes of Ford Fusion and Porsche 911 Carrera, there is nothing but praise for the humble car.
“In terms of practicality, there is no more rational car on Earth than the Prius,” the writer explains. Admittedly, the WSJ writer claims that although the Prius Liftback isn’t fast or sexy, it fits the job of getting commuters from point A to B. Combined with its package deal for being safe, flexible, steady, massively functional, and affordable, there’s no question why the Prius is part of the best-selling fuel-efficient vehicles throughout America. And every year, it continues to do so. But what is it really about the Prius that a number of people enjoy?
For one thing, the 2013 Toyota Prius has a very spacious and flexible interior; it seats five passengers without compromising their comfort. Additionally, the Toyota Prius has a combined EPA rating of 50 mpg1. Finally, the new Prius comes with a practical and usable design for easy driving and comfort.
1. 2014 EPA 51/48/50 city/highway/combined mpg estimates. Actual mileage will vary.