Used 2007 ToyotaPrius Sedan

  • VIN: JTDKB20U273243920
  • Stock: G5536P1A
Located at
Gates of Granger
Location Details
Odometer
270,518 miles
Fuel Economy
60.0/51.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Magnetic Gray Metallic
Interior Color
Dark Gray
Body/Seating
Sedan/5 seats
Transmission
continuously variable automatic
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
1.5L I-4 cyl
Toyota Prius
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Highlighted Features

  • Automatic temperature control
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted A/C controls
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Rear window wiper
  • Alloy wheels
  • Heated door mirrors

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

REARVIEW CAMERA!, CLEAN HISTORY REPORT, TOUCH SCREEN RADIO, ALLOY WHEELS, LOCAL TRADE, ABS brakes, Heated door mirrors, Illuminated entry, Low tire pressure warning, Remote keyless entry, Traction control. Fireworks aren't the only things that will be BOOMING in July....so are the DEALS!!! Come be part of the Gates Family @ Gates of Granger 12815 STATE ROAD 23 GRANGER,INDIANA!! 90+ years in business...1 GREAT name...GATES!!! 60/51 City/Highway MPG

Awards:
* 2007 KBB.com Best Resale Value Awards
..SEE SALES FOR DETAILS..Text Tony @ 574-360-6079.. This vehicle is Located at Gates of Granger, 12815 S.R. 23, Granger Indiana 46530. Come visit our new location! Zero down and low monthly payments. Hablamos Espanol.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • Best Car You'll Ever Own

    By Commander MO on Saturday, July 14, 2012

    5.0
    Thinking about a Prius? You will not be disappointed. Let's start with economy. You know about the fuel savings, truthfully you'll get an amazing 44 mpg combined city/highway driving (with up to about 50 mpg highway), don't let anyone tell you more, it's not going to happen. Next up, ownership cost is where you'll really save. I have 2005 with 35k miles and the ONLY thing I've done is change oil and put on new tires. These cars are so reliable and maintenance free you won't believe it. No tuneups for 100k miles for instance. Then there's the real "biggie", resale value. Check out how well these cars hold their value and you won't take long to figure out how that seriously boosts the overall low cost of ownership. Dollar for dollar, you can't find a less expensive car, the Prius just has everything beat. Period. That said, you might ask, "What's the catch?" Well, there just isnt' one. These cars are an absolute JOY to drive. They're quiet (around town), handle well, ergonomics are phenominal, storage space is comparable to a mid-size wagon, and the car comes with a great stereo and other amenities. After about a month, you will fall in love with the keyless feature. You NEVER take the key out of your pocket. Ever. The car senses your presence and all you do is open the door (no key required), push the start button and drive off. To lock, you just push the button on the door, that's it! I also own a 2005 Corvette C5 convertible and while each of these cars is way, way different, they are both just as much fun to drive in their own individual ways. I'm 64 years old, have owned about 40 cars in my lifetime, and the 2005 Prius is honestly the BEST (all around) CAR I've ever owned. Don't worry about anything if you're considering a Prius. You'll be delighted and be saving serious money every mile you drive in this fantastic car.
  • 08 PRIUS, 04 Prius, 02 Prius

    By Jim in Nebraska on Friday, July 30, 2010

    5.0
    Our family first bought a 2002 Prius, and now have a 2004, and recently bought a 2008 Prius....We're hooked !!....(passed the 02 over to my son).....Owning and caring for these has made me pretty aware of the Prius and how to fix them. I'm a car guy to begin with, and have worked on them, and understand how they work...Never had any problems with the main large battery, in any of them. You do need to keep the regular small 12V battery for starting the gas engine, in good condition...some of the "quirkiness" in the electronics are a result of a weak 12V (small) battery. (I have installed the after market 12V higher amp batteries for about $150 ea., in the 02 and 04 cars, and don't use Toyota batteries)....never had issues since. .....The standard tires are designed for high gas mileage(low rolling resistance).....not going through snow, so I use "all weather" tires, and solved the "lack of traction in snow" issues.... ....These are small economy cars, not a BMW or Lexus, so you get what your buying...a small light weight car.... But there is excellent space in both front AND rear seating...love the rear hatch and fold down rear seats in the 04 and later Prius's....The trunk space in the 02 is OK, but not large....may sound weird but the 02 seems to have a little better ride, than later Prius's. ....The 02 (first generation Prius was actually sold in Japan for several years before ever coming to the US, so the 02 is not a "new design"...The 02 is more conventional in the design of the HVAC and radio controls, than later model that have gone to all electronic controls...but both work without any issues.... There isn't much difference in gas mileage in all three years...about 45 to 50 mpg in summer, near 39-40 in winter(because the gas engine runs more to provide hot water for the cars heater).... The 04 and 08 have a bit more road noise than the 02....Because of the open rear cab and hatch door...needs some insulation in rear axle area (which I will do when I have time)........ I don't feel there's any more wind or control at highway speed issues, and most other small cars. (had many)..... No problems with engine, transmission, brakes, suspensions, wipers, radio, air cond, or heater, etc..... in any of the three. The 08 recently purchased seems a little more "refined" and is a little smoother driving...the interior finishes are better (more durable) in the 08 than the 04. (but the 02 is better than the 04 too)....AND love the "smart" key !!! with automatic locks, and unlock...back up camera and navigation are fun toys...I could go on and on...will probably have a Prius for ever.....
  • most reliable vehicle I've had

    By Geo on Monday, July 22, 2013

    5.0
    I've never had a car that had 295,000 miles on it and still has the original brake pads and spark plugs, as well as no other repairs except for two recalls. It's also great to go 500 miles on just over 10 gallons of gas.

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