Prius Plug-in price and specification

Thinking about buying a new Prius Plug-in and looking for the latest information? You’re in the right place – we’re pleased to share with you the price and key features for our range-topping hybrid.

Prius Plug-in is on sale now, with an on-the-road price (including the government’s Plug-in Car Grant) of £28,395.

To become the most efficient Toyota ever sold in the UK, Prius Plug-in takes all the well-proven benefits of Prius, and adds even more. The car’s refined and ultra-efficient full hybrid powertrain includes a 1.8-litre VVTi petrol engine complemented by a new, rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

This means Prius Plug-in is able to cover longer distances and reach higher speeds on electric power alone, compared to the current, third-generation Prius, Auris Hybrid, or Yaris Hybrid.

This technology helps Prius Plug-in to cut tailpipe emissions to zero for longer periods of time. And unlike all-electric vehicles (EVs), once the charge in the battery is used up, the car switches seamlessly to its hybrid system, so the driver doesn’t need to worry about journey distances and driving range.

As a result, Prius Plug-in achieves a new low benchmark in its class for official CO2 emissions, 49 g/km, with fuel economy of 134.5mpg (combined cycle).

Recharging the battery is simple and speedy – just plug it in to a suitable domestic or workplace supply, or an on-street charging point.

Prius Plug-in comes with a charging set as standard, including five metres of cabling, that can be stored neatly in a dedicated area beneath the boot floor.

Toyota has teamed up with British Gas as its UK partner. British Gas can provide both fleet and retail customers with site surveys and install the appropriate hardware.

Equipment features and options
Prius Plug-in is offered with a generous range of advanced features. These include LED daytime running lights and headlights, the touchscreen Toyota Touch and Go Plus with satellite navigation, voice recognition, rear-view camera and advanced Bluetooth for phone connection and audio streaming, eight-speaker JBL sound system, rain-sensing wipers and cruise control.

Heated front seats, 15-inch alloy wheels and a leather steering wheel trim are also included.

If you’re looking to upgrade the Prius Plug-in even further, you have the option of Setana black leather upholstery (£1,500) and rear privacy glass (£270), together with a Protection Pack (rear parking sensors and boot liner) for £360 and the Style Pack (exterior chrome trim elements) priced at £300.

On the outside, Prius Plug-in is available in four colours, led by metallic Sky Blue, a new shade exclusive to the model. Tyrol Silver and Novus Grey metallics and White Pearl Pearlescent are also available.

For more on the Prius Plug-in, click here, and to request a test drive, leave a comment below and we’ll contact you directly.

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Details in this article were correct at the time of publication.

21 comments

    1. Thanks Richard

      That doesn’t look too bad, please tell me there’s a spare wheel under there somewhere!

      Regards

      Pete

  1. Hi Pete

    I can tell you that the Prius Plug-in will come with a puncture repair kit instead of a spare wheel.

    Rich

  2. I agree. We had to fight for the adaptive cruise contol to be offered in the UK after the last Prius launch and yet here we go again…

    Not having the pre-conditioning whilst plugged in is also an issue. The car needs to be full spec at this price and EV range with Ampera and Diesel Hybrid4, not to mention more competition available soon. It is good that the sensible 15 inch wheels are fitted though given the emmision and consumption saving objectives of this vehicle.

  3. Does the plug in come with heated seats?? None of the documentation has it written / confirmed – but the picture and your blog says it does…

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