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    Salam

    More People are buying Prius and soon its going to be a common car in Pakistan .

    Guys Please share your experience , knowledge and comments about this car.

    (Just to give you an idea) :

    FUEL ECONOMY FOR US EPA

    YEAR/MODEL CITY (UNIT: KM /L) HIGHWAY(UNIT: KM/L)
    2004-9 2ND GEN PRIUS(1.5) 20.40 19.13
    2010-12 3RD GEN PRIUS (1.8) 21.68 20.40
    2012 PRIUS C (1.5) 22.53 19.55
    2012 PRIUS V (1.8) 18.7 17.0


    FUEL ECONOMY FOR JAPAN 10-15 Mode test

    YEAR/MODEL CITY (UNIT: KM /L) HIGHWAY(UNIT: KM/L)
    2004-9 2ND GEN PRIUS(1.5) 35.5 29.6
    2010-12 3RD GEN PRIUS (1.8) 38 32.6
    PRIUS ALPHA(V)(1.8) 31 26.2
    2012 PRIUS AQUA (C )(1.5) 40 35.4



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    thanx bro

    ATF WS done
    and wt abt engine oil?

    last time i used 10-30 i think.
    wt u guys recommend for engine oil.
    also my car is 58k driven yet.wt other maintenance u guys recommend on that mileage?
    i bought prius on 46k mileage.so now its like my 1st proper maintenance.
    i dono wt ll b Must for me on that stage,so y came here for expertise

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    What milage are you people getting these days in +45 degree temperature these days


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    Quote Originally Posted by smokin View Post
    What milage are you people getting these days in +45 degree temperature these days


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    1.8 Prius: 15 kmpl, not more than 16 with some peace


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    Quote Originally Posted by smokin View Post
    What milage are you people getting these days in +45 degree temperature these days


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    17-19 km/l depends on traffic condition..20-21 on motorway at 116km/h

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    Assalam O Alykum fellow members,

    My front screen of Prius 2010 UK model got cracked, where can I get a genuine screen in Lahore and how much its going to cost me?

    Thanks in advance.
    Mudassar

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudassarr View Post
    Assalam O Alykum fellow members,

    My front screen of Prius 2010 UK model got cracked, where can I get a genuine screen in Lahore and how much its going to cost me?

    Thanks in advance.
    Mudassar
    Try Montgomery Road, my advice: don't look for a genuine screen. Ask for a first copy. Chances are they might sell you a first copy in any case under the tag of genuine. It needs a real expert to differentiate.
    The cost difference of genuine and first copy should be around 3 times.
    A Toyota 3S can and must arrange a screen but the price will be insane.
    Wild guess, a first copy should be between 10-15 thousand.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mudassarr View Post
    Assalam O Alykum fellow members,

    My front screen of Prius 2010 UK model got cracked, where can I get a genuine screen in Lahore and how much its going to cost me?

    Thanks in advance.
    Mudassar
    Try contacting @umarmuslim, he might be able to help you in this regard...


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    Quote Originally Posted by smokin View Post
    What milage are you people getting these days in +45 degree temperature these days


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    Around 16-18kmpl with AC in City. Prius 1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by adil5855 View Post
    Around 16-18kmpl with AC in City. Prius 1.8

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    My maximum is 16 these days. Partly due to 205 tyres and partly due to carelessness. Can't be bothered to "not idle using AC" and drive with the slightest fuel cosideration. The perks of Hybrid must be enjoyed at Max.
    It's better to start the car atleast 10 mins before leaving and AC at full blast


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    Bro at what speed you are getting 29 km/L, ??

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    29 km/L 😳
    Really ???


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    Default The new Toyota Prius is the best version of the hybrid yet but it's still as ugly

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    The new Toyota Prius is the best version of the hybrid yet but it's still just as ugly


    FIRST things first, let?s deal with the elephant in the room as far as this new Toyota Prius is concerned.

    This is not a good-looking car. Past generations of the Japanese hybrid might have been rather conservative to look at, but that certainly isn?t a criticism that you?d aim at this fourth-generation incarnation.


    During our entire time with the car, we didn?t find anyone who didn?t turn up their nose at it.


    This is a difficult vehicle to love to look at. Which is a shame because that?s likely to overshadow what has been a runaway success for Toyota so far.

    Twenty years and 3.5 million worldwide sales on, the Prius has become the flag-bearer for all hybrids and also a byword for the technology generally.


    While electric power in all its forms is growing in popularity the Prius has been a constant presence throughout, both with this new model in this standard form and also an upcoming plug-in version.


    This new Prius follows the family resemblance to Toyota?s futuristic Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car. But since that also fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down, it?s no claim to fame.


    We?re all for unusual styling here on the motoring desk, but this might be taking things a bit too far.


    Looks aside, despite all the recent publicity given to fully electric vehicles and also plug-in models, there?s a lot going for this Toyota hatchback.


    As before, the Prius boasts a combination of petrol and electric power with a 1.8-litre internal combustion engine alongside a 53kW electric motor which together provide 121bhp.


    Linked to an automatic gearbox, this gets the Prius from 0 to 60mph in 10.4 seconds and on to a 112mph top speed ? hardly the most scorching pace, but then that?s not the raison d??tre of the car.

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    What is, though, is the Toyota?s 76g/km emissions and 85.6mpg average fuel economy. Other versions in the Prius range can achieve up to 94.1mpg and 70g/km.


    Then again, old versions of the Prius could boast good on-paper statistics too but weren?t so good at repeating them in real-world driving. They were also about as enjoyable as a slap in the face with a kipper.


    Toyota has promised improvement with this fourth-generation version, so has it delivered? The answer is yes and no.


    Few eco-focused cars are truly enjoyable to drive and unfortunately much the same is true here. The Prius is not a car that you?re going to drive on the longer, twisty route home from work just to put a smile on your face.

    There?s too much body roll and it?s so disconnected there?s little to no idea of what the wheels are doing in front of you.


    Having said that, it is a vast improvement on its predecessors and there is some amusement of a different kind with the various driving meters on the dashboard to improve your economy still further.


    Even driving reasonably hard, with the air conditioning switched on, we still managed 65.7mpg during our time with the car. We don?t think it would have taken much effort to easily get that into the mid 70s. The Toyota?s driving manners are undoubtedly improved too.


    Far more refined and quieter than before, especially at faster motorway speeds, noise levels are particularly well suppressed.

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    However, we?d prefer a bit more regenerative braking from simply lifting your foot off the throttle pedal or better yet, the ability to adjust it according to your needs (as on some full EVs). The interior is another area where Toyota has made substantial strides forward.


    We?re not overly keen on the white plastic that covers much of the cabin and some of the steering wheel but its sci-fi-style dominating central screen and the upper readout look like few other cars on the market.


    Yes, like the outside, it won?t be to everyone?s taste and takes some time to get used to but we actually quite liked it.


    Which is more than we could say for the 1980s-look perforated white leather seats.


    The other surprise about the interior is that, despite that sloping roofline, there?s actually a reasonable amount of rear head and legroom, though the 502-litre boot remains shallow.

    Again, it?s better than before but buyers comparing it to alternatives might still be deterred.


    There?s no question that this model has been improved in every way.


    If that?s enough to convince those who have previously ruled out the Prius to switch is another matter.


    Whether you like the styling or not though, what?s not in doubt is that this is unquestionably the best Prius yet.

    Logbook Lowdown
    Price: from ?23,295


    Engine: Petrol ? 1.8-litre plus 53kW electric motor


    Power: 0 to 60mph in 10.4 seconds, 112mph top speed


    Fuel economy: 85.6mpg


    CO2 emissions: 76g/km


    Rivals: BMW i3, Lexus CT200h, VW Golf GTE


    Rating: 8/10

    New Toyota Prius - The best version yet is still just as ugly | Cars | Life & Style | Daily Express
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    Just bought a 2012 prius g (solar roof)
    Added spacers but need more ground clearance. Tyres on car are 215 45r17 on aftermarket rims. Should i go for 205 65r15 or any other suggestion

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    Quote Originally Posted by zain.rasool.3 View Post
    Just bought a 2012 prius g (solar roof)
    Added spacers but need more ground clearance. Tyres on car are 215 45r17 on aftermarket rims. Should i go for 205 65r15 or any other suggestion
    Spacers size?
    Go for 215 55 r17 or 215 50 r17

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabeel_fariq View Post
    Spacers size?
    Go for 215 55 r17 or 215 50 r17

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    0.75 in all 4

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    Adding 2 spacers in front
    Isnt viable

    Adding 2 in rear
    Ruins height/ front dip level balance and headlight beam fall too low

    Adding 4
    Ruins drive and grip but maintains beam level and dip level

    All have pros and cons

    Take what suits ur case best

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarmuslim View Post
    Adding 2 spacers in front
    Isnt viable

    Adding 2 in rear
    Ruins height/ front dip level balance and headlight beam fall too low

    Adding 4
    Ruins drive and grip but maintains beam level and dip level

    All have pros and cons

    Take what suits ur case best

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    Thank you for the reply bro. Yes ride quality and grip does get affected but not that much as i didnt go for big ones. I want to take out the rest of clearance by tyres ( i did that with my vitz too worked perfectly ) so any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zain.rasool.3 View Post
    Thank you for the reply bro. Yes ride quality and grip does get affected but not that much as i didnt go for big ones. I want to take out the rest of clearance by tyres ( i did that with my vitz too worked perfectly ) so any suggestions?
    U could have also gone for
    .5 at front and .75 at back

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    Quote Originally Posted by zain.rasool.3 View Post
    Thank you for the reply bro. Yes ride quality and grip does get affected but not that much as i didnt go for big ones. I want to take out the rest of clearance by tyres ( i did that with my vitz too worked perfectly ) so any suggestions?
    increase tyre size by 10
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    whats the issue of knocking engine in prius ?

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