Toyota Prius price and specification

The Toyota Prius is a pioneer in hybrid motoring, and comes with a range of grades and options.

Prius is available in three grades – the T3, T4 and T-Spirit – and with four different option packs, as detailed below. Scroll down for the full equipment list of all three grades.

Prius prices
Prius T3 £21,995.00
Prius T4 £23,745.00
Prius T Spirit £25,295.00
Options Price
Solar Roof £1,550
Protection Pack £360
Style Pack £300
Leather £1,500
SAFETY T3 T4 T Spirit
Driver and passenger front airbags y y y
Front side airbags y y y
Driver’s knee airbag y y y
Front and rear curtain airbags y y y
ABS with EBD and Brake Assist y y y
Traction Control (TRC) y y y
Steering-assist Vehicle Stability Control (VSC+) y y y
Front seatbelt pretensioners y y y
Three three-point rear seatbelts y y y
Driver and front passenger seatbelt warning light and buzzer y y y
Rear seatbelt indicator light y y y
Active front headrests y y y
Anti theft system (immobiliser and alarm) y y y
Passenger airbag cut-off switch y y y
ISOFIX child seat restraint system y y y
Child-proof rear door locks y y y
Emergency braking signal y y y
7in Electronic Multi-Vision (EMV) Display y y y
Touch Tracer switches y y y
Head-up display y y y
EV, ECO and POWER drive modes y y y
Multi-function trip computer and Eco Drive Monitor y y y
Push button start y y y
Foot release parking brake y y y
Cloth upholstery y y y
Leather upholstery Opt Opt Opt
60:40 split folding rear seats y y y
Height adjustable front seats y y y
Electric front seat lumbar adjustment y y y
Adjustable front headrests y y y
Three adjustable rear integrated headrests y y y
Front and rear electric windows y y y
Driver’s window with ‘one-touch down’ and anti-trap functions y y y
Electrically adjustable heated door mirrors y y y
Electric power steering y y y
Tilt and telescopic-adjustable steering wheel y y y
Manual headlight levelling y y n
Automatic headlight levelling n n y
Remote fuel filler release y y y
Cruise control n y y
Intelligent Park Assist (IPA) and rear parking monitor (included in Navigation Pack) n n y
Smart Entry & Start (driver’s door) y n n
Smart Entry & Start (all doors) n y y
Rain sensing front wipers n y y
12V power sockets (front and rear) y y y
Six-speaker audio with single CD player y n n
Eight-speaker audio with single CD player and Bluetooth n y n
Navigation Pack, including HDD-based navigation, HDD music library, Bluetooth, rear parking monitor and Intelligent Park Assist n n y
Automatic air conditioning y y y
Solar pack (solar powered ventilation, with 15in wheels and tyre repair kit) n n Opt
Remote air conditioning system n n Opt
Immobiliser with alarm system y y y
Remote central door locking y y y
15in alloy wheels with full wheelcaps y n n
17in alloy wheels with full wheelcaps n y y
Space saver spare wheel y y y
Colour keyed door mirrors y y y
Colour keyed door handles y y y
Colour keyed bumpers y y y
Integrated tailgate spoiler y y y
Front fog lamps y y y
Metallic paint Opt Opt Opt


  1. It looks like (from the eBrochure available for download) that if you want to connect a USB device (mp3 player, phone or memory stick), you have to order an accessory which fits in the bottom of the centre armrest, which replaces the 3.5mm jack socket, with a USB + 3.5mm jack socket. Take a look at the eBrochure.

  2. Who at Toyota makes the decision on the options that can be fitted? I am still fighting my dealer to get Parking sensors fitted on a T3. Looking at the installation instructions it should not take an hour to fit, so why can they not fit them for less than £350???

    1. Fit them yourself. £20 kit from ebay remove rear bumper drill 4 holes with the drill bit provided, Toyota have already marked the positions on inside of the bumper! Connect wires and connect to reversing lamp. 2 hours max.

  3. What a silly decision on ACC! Anyone who has driven a car with ACC will recognize that it’s a much better option on the crowded motorways in the UK where a constant speed cruise control (which IS fitted) is pretty useless.

  4. I am on the point of ordering a T Spirit with the LED Technology Pack. Can anyone confirm that the LED headlights can be adapted for driving on the continent using a stick-on lens converter like ordinary headlights?

  5. I have had my new T3 for just over a month and 1200 miles. If you liked the old Prius you will love this one. It really goes, looks good, and I am getting over 60 mpg in normal driving. A bit more road noise and the seats are harder than my old one but the heating and minor controls are more logical. I got my reversing semsors fitted by the dealer. Not 100% successful but ok. With beam adjusters you do not need to stick convertors on the headlamps. They would damage any plastic covers on any new car anyway.

  6. I would advise not purchasing the T Spirit for the additional satellite navigation system. Mine is only working intermittently (full Toyota service etc etc). You are better to buy a stand alone system for £200 as there are very few other additional options on the T Spirit than the T4 to justify the money.

    1. I disagree with this advice and suggest that you get yours repaired or replaced.

      I have had a T Spirit for two years and never had a problem with the satnav.

      The 10GB audio disk storage is excellent, as is the DAB option.

      1. I won’t be when I have been quoted £2,900 Edwin!!! I hope you get many more years out of yours than I have mine.

    2. Soubds like your unit is faulty. My T-Spirit with sat nav is great also has cd and hdd which records any cds you put in so you build up a library. Eas able to add DAB unit and Usb connection. T-Spirit has rear parking camera and Park Assist self parking.

  7. Hi all I’ve just bought a 2014 T Spirit.
    The gentleman I bought from was elderly and only had the car 2 months .

    He didnt know anything about the Intelligent park system.

    My question is where is the button positioned for the Intelligent park system?

    Thanks in advance guy’s

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