In the year 2020, buying a Prius doesn’t have to mean you’re limiting yourself in terms of options and features. The groundbreaking hybrid is offered in a handful of trims so that the fuel-saving car can be so much more than just a hybrid.
This model year of the Toyota Prius gets six trim levels, delivering an impressive degree of personality for a car many people would be hesitant to buy. For example, did you know you can get a Hybrid with AWD? That’s just one of the many surprises waiting in store with the Toyota Prius of the new decade. The chart below compares the featured highlights of each trim against each other.
If it helps to think of the AWD-e trims as simply All-Wheel Drive versions of the LE and XLE trims respectively, then you could say there are really only four trim levels. As you can tell by the price and features, the L Eco is the lowest trim level. Still, L Eco owners will find plenty of technology on board to keep them entertained and keep their devices powered. The LE could be called a safety trim the way it is outfitted. The XLE brings some more comfort elements on board with the leather-like seats, automatic windshield wipers, and wireless charging. The Limited pushes the boundaries of what you think a Prius can be by including a head-up display and an adaptive front lighting system on the largest wheels available.
Additional Features For the 2020 Toyota Prius Limited