Toyota Prius 2023 Price in Pakistan. This year, the Toyota Prius hatchback enters its fifth generation, beginning a new era. After numerous changes, the Prius has finally pupated into an appealing piece of sheet metal with an internal fuel-efficient drivetrain. The new Prius offers the most horsepower of any Prius ever with up to 196. The front-wheel-drive model is expected to achieve up to 57 mpg combined, which is the best result for a Prius.
With larger screens and a more alluring feature set, such as optional heated back seats, a completely revamped interior welcomes a more conventional approach to the driver’s area layout. Driving in the new Prius should be more enjoyable because to its lower roofline, wider stance, and lower sitting position.
Toyota Prius 2023 Price in Pakistan, Features, Specs
It merely needs to outperform well-known competitors like the Hyundai Elantra Hybrid and the Toyota Corolla Hybrid, which shouldn’t be too tough for the Prius to do. Although Toyota has not specified a release date, we believe the Prius will go on sale in the first half of 2023.
Toyota claims its new 194-hp hybrid powertrain, which comes with optional all-wheel drive, will accelerate more quickly to 60 mph while retaining competitive fuel efficiency. All-wheel-drive vehicles have 196 horsepower thanks to the addition of a high-output magnet within the rear motor. There is also a Prius Prime with a 220-horsepower plug-in hybrid engine; however, we do not review it here.
Toyota Prius 2023 Price in Pakistan
In Pakistan, a Toyota Prius 2023 costs between 60,23,000 and 80,31,000 PKR.
|Toyota Prius LE||PKR 60,23,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Prius XLE||PKR 71,38,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Prius Limited||PKR 80,31,000 (Estimated)|
Toyota Prius 2023 Price in USA
Toyota Prius 2023 costs between $27,000 and $32,000 in US dollars.
|Toyota Prius LE||$27,000 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Prius XLE||$32,000 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Prius Limited||$36,000 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Engine Type||1.8L Inline-4 Hybrid|
|Engine Power||121 hp @ 5200 rpm|
|Torque||105 lb-ft @ 3600 rpm|
|No. of Cylinders||4|
|Transmission Type||Continuously Variable Automatic (CVT)|
|Drive Type||Front-Wheel Drive|
|Steering Gear Type||Rack-Pinion|
|Minimum Turning Radius||35.4 ft|
Dimensions and Weight
|Wheel Base||106.3 in|
|Kerb Weight||3,075 lbs|
|Wheel Size||17 in x 7 in|
|Mileage in City||54 MPG|
|Mileage on Highway||50 MPG|
|Seating Capacity||5 seater|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)||11.3 gallons|
|No. of Doors||4 doors|
There is only one powertrain available for the Toyota Prius. A continuously variable automatic transmission is coupled to a 2.0-liter hybrid inline-four gasoline engine that generates 194 horsepower and is adapted from the Corolla Cross hybrid crossover. Front-wheel drive is the typical drivetrain. Toyota increases the total powertrain output of its all-wheel-drive Priuses to 196 horsepower by adding a high-output permanent magnet electric motor to the rear axle.
Although the AWD model’s added power is hardly visible, the new car’s 75 extra horsepower over the outgoing model should be. Toyota boasts that the new powertrain would accelerate to 60 mph in 7.0 seconds as opposed to the 10.8 seconds it took the prior generation AWD Prius we tested to do it. The 2023 Prius appears to be the fastest Prius to date, however, we won’t be able to quantify it until we attach our test equipment to the new fifth-generation car.
Although the exterior of the new fifth-generation Prius is different, the inside is still conservative and has a more traditional car cockpit. For the first time, the Prius has a gauge cluster that is mounted behind the steering wheel. The new design lowers the roofline by 2.0 inches, and the front passengers sit 2 inches lower than before, which results in a lower center of gravity. Faux leather is the standard for the steering wheel, but purchasing the XLE or a higher trim unlocks heated front seats, additional cup holders for the backseat passengers, and heated rear seats.
The screens on both the entry-level and higher-level versions are bigger than on the previous model. The Limited receives a massive 12.3-inch touchscreen while the LE and XLE receive a new 8.0-inch infotainment screen as standard equipment (or as optional equipment for the XLE). This system uses over-the-air updates to keep its infotainment up to date via the cloud and features “Hey Toyota” voice control. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Wi-Fi are included as standard features on the bigger screen.
Pros and Cons
|Excellent Fuel Average||Low Availability of Spare Parts|
|Futuristic Engine.||Lots of Better Option in this Price Range|
|Good Safety Features||Odd Exterior Looks|