The Prius V's principal attraction is the three-cubic-foot gain in passenger volume and the 70-percent increase in maximum cargo space provided by its 3.0-inch longer wheelbase, 6.0-inch gain in overall length, and 1.1-inch width increase.
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10.3 sec0 to 60 Acceleration
3.5Performance and Handling see details
3.2Comfort and Convenience see details
3.7Safety Features see details
5.0Passenger Space see details
unavailableCargo Capacity see details
|The Toyota Prius v is available in 3 trims:|
| 2013 ToyotaPrius v Five 5dr Wagon|
2013 ToyotaPrius v Two 5dr Wagon
2013 ToyotaPrius v Three 5dr Wagon
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