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
Solar Roof£1,550
Protection Pack£360
Style Pack£300
Driver and passenger front airbagsyyy
Front side airbagsyyy
Driver’s knee airbagyyy
Front and rear curtain airbagsyyy
ABS with EBD and Brake Assistyyy
Traction Control (TRC)yyy
Steering-assist Vehicle Stability Control (VSC+)yyy
Front seatbelt pretensionersyyy
Three three-point rear seatbeltsyyy
Driver and front passenger seatbelt warning light and buzzeryyy
Rear seatbelt indicator lightyyy
Active front headrestsyyy
Anti theft system (immobiliser and alarm)yyy
Passenger airbag cut-off switchyyy
ISOFIX child seat restraint systemyyy
Child-proof rear door locksyyy
Emergency braking signalyyy
7in Electronic Multi-Vision (EMV) Displayyyy
Touch Tracer switchesyyy
Head-up displayyyy
EV, ECO and POWER drive modesyyy
Multi-function trip computer and Eco Drive Monitoryyy
Push button startyyy
Foot release parking brakeyyy
Cloth upholsteryyyy
Leather upholsteryOptOptOpt
60:40 split folding rear seatsyyy
Height adjustable front seatsyyy
Electric front seat lumbar adjustmentyyy
Adjustable front headrestsyyy
Three adjustable rear integrated headrestsyyy
Front and rear electric windowsyyy
Driver’s window with ‘one-touch down’ and anti-trap functionsyyy
Electrically adjustable heated door mirrorsyyy
Electric power steeringyyy
Tilt and telescopic-adjustable steering wheelyyy
Manual headlight levellingyyn
Automatic headlight levellingnny
Remote fuel filler releaseyyy
Cruise controlnyy
Intelligent Park Assist (IPA) and rear parking monitor (included in Navigation Pack)nny
Smart Entry & Start (driver’s door)ynn
Smart Entry & Start (all doors)nyy
Rain sensing front wipersnyy
12V power sockets (front and rear)yyy
Six-speaker audio with single CD playerynn
Eight-speaker audio with single CD player and Bluetoothnyn
Navigation Pack, including HDD-based navigation, HDD music library, Bluetooth, rear parking monitor and Intelligent Park Assistnny
Automatic air conditioningyyy
Solar pack (solar powered ventilation, with 15in wheels and tyre repair kit)nnOpt
Remote air conditioning systemnnOpt
Immobiliser with alarm systemyyy
Remote central door lockingyyy
15in alloy wheels with full wheelcapsynn
17in alloy wheels with full wheelcapsnyy
Space saver spare wheelyyy
Colour keyed door mirrorsyyy
Colour keyed door handlesyyy
Colour keyed bumpersyyy
Integrated tailgate spoileryyy
Front fog lampsyyy
Metallic paintOptOptOpt


  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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