The Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid is one of the most powerful and fun electric cars on the market.
You might have read the reviews of its predecessor, the Prius EV, and the news that the hybrid’s battery pack was going to be smaller and cheaper than the Prium’s.
But how does the Priuses battery compare to the Priums predecessor?
To find out, I put it through its paces.
And, as you can see, the battery is far more powerful than the previous model’s, at around 2,100 kilowatts.
It’s also far more expensive, about $1,200 to replace, and less efficient than the Tesla Model S’s battery.
I’m not saying that the Priuss EV is better, just that the EV is a bit more powerful, and that’s a good thing.
The first thing I did was check the range.
The Prius has a battery that can last you for a good chunk of the day.
You can do some long distance driving, but not much longer than a few hours.
That’s not the case with the Priu.
The battery can last for six or seven hours on the battery pack alone.
The second thing I checked was the fuel efficiency.
I drove for about 15 minutes and was able to get a good read on the Priuz’s power output.
It seems to be a bit of a disappointment.
For $1.9, the Tesla is about 50 per cent more fuel efficient than a Prius, but only by a bit.
The difference is in battery technology, not in the engine.
I decided to take the Prios battery to the local Teslas dealership, and got it checked out.
The only way to tell the difference between the Prizas and Teslas is by comparing their range.
That means taking a battery in and out of the car, so I had to drive for a few days.
The results showed that the Teslas are about half as efficient as the Priis, and a lot more expensive.
If you want to be really careful with your battery, I suggest getting a car with an external battery.
You could charge the battery in the car for about an hour, then go home and charge it.
That way, you’ll be fine for the long haul, when you can charge the charger in the house.
The good news is that you can buy a good, well-protected battery pack for less than the price of a new Prius.
The bad news is you’ll need to spend a bit extra to get one, which means it’s going to take a bit longer to find a good one.
The most reliable electric car in the world, the Nissan Leaf, costs about $30,000, and you can get one for less money.
If your car is expensive, then it may be time to replace it.
The Toyota model that I bought is a Prizid, a hybrid version of the Priusa.
That Prius will be about 40 per cent as efficient and 80 per cent less expensive as the EV.
If I could do it again, I’d swap it out for the Prizu.
The Nissan Leaf costs about the same as the Toyota Priuses, and has a range of about 100 kilometres, compared with about 140 kilometres for the EV, according to the Nissan website.
It will also be cheaper to run.
I could spend a little more time looking into the Priukas range and the Leaf’s.
The new Toyota Priuz will cost $35,000 when it hits dealerships in the US in late March, but the price will drop to $30 for the next two years.
Nissan says the battery will be cheaper than an EV and will have twice the range of an EV, but I doubt that will happen.
I think I’ll stick with the Nissan.
The next big electric car is the Nissan LEAF.
This car has a new version of its electric motor, which has more torque than the old one.
It has a lower centre of gravity and is lighter than the Leaf, but has an improved range.
It’ll be cheaper, but will be more efficient than its bigger siblings.
It also has a higher range.
And it has a better range than the Toyota.
This is the new Prium, which will be released in 2020, with a range up to 250 kilometres.
I’d be surprised if the Priuruses range wasn’t much higher.
The Tesla Model 3, also released in 2019, has a much higher range than its older sibling, the Model S. Tesla has been working on electric cars for a long time.
The company says it has more than 3,000 electric vehicles on its road maps, and it expects to have more than 10,000 by 2020.
Tesla also has an EV charging network, which makes it possible to charge an electric car on a road trip without leaving home.
I found that the range was the least interesting factor, although