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2017 Toyota Prius

Canadian MSRP
$27,190 - $32,990
2017 Toyota Prius

Key Specifications for 2017 Toyota Prius

Fuel Economy 4.3 - 4.6 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 121 hp
Drivetrain Front-Wheel Drive
Engine Hybrid, Plug-In Electric
Torque 105 ft-lb
Seats 4 - 5
 

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Totally redesigned for 2016, the Toyota Prius hatchback returns for 2017 basically unchanged except for some added standard equipment and a small price hike to match. Toyota’s “Safety Sense P” group of safety features and heated front seats are now standard in the base Prius trim raising the price from $25,995 to $27,190. As well, the price of the Prius Technology trim has risen from $28,730 to $29,825 while the Prius Touring trim is up from $29,330 to $30,425.
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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2019-434
Recall date
2019-08-28
System affected
Electrical
Model year(s) affected
2017 2018
Manufacturer Recall Number:
SRC R88
Units Affected:
1,226
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, a connection in the main wire harness may have been damaged during assembly. This could cause hybrid drive system to shut down, and result in a loss of power to the drive wheels. If this happens, an error message will display on the instrument panel and a warning chime will sound. Note: This recall only affects vehicles which had the seat heater installed at the port facility. Safety Risk: A loss of power to the drive wheels could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: Toyota will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealer to repair the wire connections.
Recall number
2018-477
Recall date
2018-09-05
System affected
Electrical
Model year(s) affected
2016 2017 2018
Manufacturer Recall Number:
SRC R63
Units Affected:
7,200
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the hybrid vehicle Power Control Unit connector cover could come into contact with the wiring harness and could cause wear on the wiring insulation. If bare wires become exposed, an electrical short circuit could occur, which could increase the risk of fire causing injury and/or damage to property. Correction: Dealers will inspect the wiring for damage and, as necessary, install protective tape or replace the wire harness assembly with a new one, which includes a protective sleeve.
Recall number
2017-363
Recall date
2017-07-20
System affected
Electrical
Model year(s) affected
2016 2017
Manufacturer Recall Number:
SRC R47/R48
Units Affected:
39,189
Notification Type:
Safety TC
On certain vehicles, the electrical power cords of some dealer installed block heaters may have been improperly manufactured, causing the wires to contact each other, resulting in a short circuit. A short circuit could lead to a fire which would increase the risk of injury and/or damage to property. Correction: For vehicles where the subject block heater was approved for installation, the dealer will replace the block heater assembly with a new one of an improved design. For vehicles where the subject block heater was not approved for installation, dealers will remove the block heater assembly. In the interim, until the remedy can be performed, dealers will cut the plug end from the block heater cord to disable the block heater's operation.
Recall number
2016-501
Recall date
2016-10-12
System affected
Brakes
Model year(s) affected
2016 2017
Manufacturer Recall Number:
SRC R27
Units Affected:
2,780
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the parking brake cables may disengage from the crank lever at the rear caliper. This could cause the parking brake to become inoperative. If this occurs and the transmission is left in a gear other than ‘Park’ while the ignition is on and the driver leaves the vehicle, the vehicle could roll away, increasing the risk of a crash causing injury and/or property damage. Correction: Dealers will install a clip at the parking brake cable end to prevent the cable from disengaging from the rear brake caliper crank lever.

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