|Engine||4cyl - 1.5L|
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The 2007 Toyota Prius is a hybrid electric vehicle that was part of Toyota's popular Prius lineup. Here are some key features and specifications for the 2007 Toyota Prius:
The 2007 Prius is equipped with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and an electric motor.
It uses Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive system, which allows the vehicle to operate on gasoline, electricity, or a combination of both.
The combined power output is approximately 110 horsepower.
One of the most notable features of the Prius is its exceptional fuel efficiency. In 2007, it had an EPA-estimated fuel economy of around 48-50 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 45-52 mpg on the highway, depending on driving conditions and other factors.
The 2007 Prius features a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
The Prius seats five passengers.
It comes with a variety of standard and optional features, including keyless entry, automatic climate control, and an optional touchscreen navigation system.
The rear seats can be folded down to provide more cargo space, making it a versatile vehicle for transporting larger items.
The 2007 Prius is equipped with standard safety features such as antilock brakes, traction control, stability control, and multiple airbags.
The Prius is known for its relatively low emissions and positive environmental impact due to its hybrid powertrain, which combines gasoline and electric power to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.
The Prius provides a smooth and quiet driving experience, and the transition between electric and gasoline power is seamless.