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Toyota 2017 Prius Prime (Plug-in Hybrid, Advanced Trim Level) MSRP $34284 - $5000 Toyota rebate - $4502 Federal tax credit = $24782

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Toyota Prius Prime is a plug-in hybrid with 25 mile pure electric range at speed 83 MPH. Hybrid mode is 56 MPG, and 133eMPG. But it seats only 4 (not 5)

Offer extended to 7/8/2018. Toyota rebate varies by states, enter your zip code to see the local offers for 2017 Prius Prime:
https://www.toyota.com/local-spec...priusprime

NY, NJ, CT: $5000
MA, RI: $4500
DE, PA, MD: $3500

There are also other offers available, varies by states. e.g College Grad discount $750, Military Rebate $500.

Sample below based on Prius Prime Advance (highest trim level) from NJ Holman Toyota

MSRP (including delivery): $34284
Rebate: - $5,000
Fed Tax Credit: -$4,500
Dealer discount: ~ -$1,000 ~ $2000

Total: $23782 or less, plus doc fee, tax, title & registration

You can expect to get a discount from the dealership for $1000 - $2000, or even more, depends on the dealer, their inventory, and, your negotiation skills.

I believe most Plus (base) and Premium (medium) model are already gone, so you would need to act fast to get the model and color you want. I've seen only ONE Plus model in CT: https://www.colonialtoyotact.com/...milford-ct

**Note** you only pay the state tax (if any) for where the vehicle is registered, not where you brought it from. You DON'T need to pay NJ Tax if you register in some other states,

You might get additional state rebates from your own state. e.g. NY state has $1100 rebate and other incentives. Refer to this link for more details at:
https://pluginamerica.org/why-go-...ncentives/

If you are owing more then $4502 federal tax, they you can expect to get your $4502 Federal tax credit some time next year after you filed the 2018 tax credit. Check with your accountant for details.
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Is it 2018 or 2017 year?
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2017 model?
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2018 Toyota Prius Prime · MSRP
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0-60 > 10s..... Please stay out of the left lane. Sounds like a good deal for those that don't care about cars though.
Although 0-60 is slow, it is still faster than the regular Prius. Uber drivers here blast down the left lane at 80-90mph in their Prius all the time... especially during early morning airport runs
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Do we really need a new theead just for the more expensive trim???
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dumbest interior design ever ;
no 3rd seat in rear which is pathetic
and smallest trunk space ive ever seen in any car thats ridiculous
previous generation is much better, this one is a waste of money imho
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To everyone that bought their 2017 Prius Prime, did you guys get their maximum Toyota rebate ($2,000 in CA) and still got 0% APR?

Because in CA at this moment, if I take the $2,000 Toyota Rebate my APR is 5% unless I pay in full. My credit score is 780 so I'm eligible for the best deal. I heard something about refinancing with a credit union to APR 1-2% but I just wanted to see how everyone else is approaching this.

The other option is 0% APR for 72 months with $500 rebate. This is cheaper than $2,000 rebate with 5% APR, but refinancing with a credit union to 1-2% APR would be cheaper than 0% APR for 72 months with $500 rebate.
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0-60 > 10s..... Please stay out of the left lane. Sounds like a good deal for those that don't care about cars though.
More bad news about performance and ergonomics.

https://jalopnik.com/the-toyota-p...1822263181
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To everyone that bought their 2017 Prius Prime, did you guys get their maximum Toyota rebate ($2,000 in CA) and still got 0% APR?

Because in CA at this moment, if I take the $2,000 Toyota Rebate my APR is 5% unless I pay in full. My credit score is 780 so I'm eligible for the best deal. I heard something about refinancing with a credit union to APR 1-2% but I just wanted to see how everyone else is approaching this.

The other option is 0% APR for 72 months with $500 rebate. This is cheaper than $2,000 rebate with 5% APR, but refinancing with a credit union to 1-2% APR would be cheaper than 0% APR for 72 months with $500 rebate.
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More bad news about performance and ergonomics.

https://jalopnik.com/the-toyota-p...1822263181
I don't agree with that link at all. I drive one for work and it's a lot more comfortable and has more kick/features than the older model.
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0-60 > 10s..... Please stay out of the left lane. Sounds like a good deal for those that don't care about cars though.
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More bad news about performance and ergonomics.

https://jalopnik.com/the-toyota-p...1822263181
but guys, come on...

https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s--_rwIZMxF--/c_scale,fl_progressive,q_80,w_1600/e... [kinja-img.com]


also lulz worthy...
PERFORMANCE (C/D EST):
Zero to 60 mph: 10.9 sec <-BEST OF LUCK GETTING ON THE HIGHWAY
Zero to 100 mph: 33.0 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 18.2 sec <-HAHAHAHAHA
Top speed: 115 mph
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but guys, come on...

https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s--_rwIZMxF--/c_scale,fl_progressive,q_80,w_1600/e... [kinja-img.com]


also lulz worthy...
PERFORMANCE (C/D EST):
Zero to 60 mph: 10.9 sec <-BEST OF LUCK GETTING ON THE HIGHWAY
Zero to 100 mph: 33.0 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 18.2 sec <-HAHAHAHAHA
Top speed: 115 mph
My Prius has no problem getting on highway. You need to drive one to really understand how much they have improved over the years. Love the ride .
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How many federal rebates can you get per year. Already bought one plugin hybrid this year with full $7500 rebate? Also is applying for rebates painless procedure during filing returns?
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