Sunday, December 13, 2015

2016 Toyota Prius V - the Car

When it comes to room, comfort and versatility, the Prius v puts family first. The seating position is higher than in sedans, giving a better view of the road ahead. There's ample head- and legroom for five, plus 34.3 cubic feet of cargo space behind the 60/40 split folding rear seats. With the seatbacks lowered, the space expands to a generous 67.3 cubic feet. Augmenting the larger main luggage compartment, storage units built into the sides and under the cargo platform can hold smaller items. The fold-flat front passenger seat allows the vehicle to carry longer items.

Toyota Prius V

Rear passengers will find it especially easy to get in and out of the Prius v and load its cargo area thanks to a sliding second seat row. Once seated, they'll appreciate the ability to recline the seatbacks up to 45-degrees. And they'll enjoy the comfort of an available seat material called SofTex, which parents will like for its spill resistance and ease of cleaning. Soft to the touch, SofTex is lighter than leather, and its manufacturing process generates 99 percent fewer volatile organic compounds (VOCs) than conventional synthetic leather production.

Toyota Prius V



Plentiful storage spaces include dual glove boxes, a center console storage box and utility tray and five cup holders in large and medium sizes. Bottle holders are built into the front and rear door pockets, and most models feature an overhead storage space suitable for sunglasses. There's even a compartment under the rear seats designed to store umbrellas.


Toyota Prius V