Toyota Prius 2010 Offers Hybrid Vehicle Tax Credit

Toyota Prius 2010 is a third-generation hybrid electric car. Prius has several intelligent features, which make this car the best Toyota hybrid, and offer a decent vehicle tax credit.

2010 Toyota Prius Includes Hybrid Vehicle Tax Credit

From Editor [Please Read]: The Toyota Prius Hybrid tax credits have expired. Please consult with your tax planner or the IRS for any new credits that might be available.

You’ve probably seen the new Toyota Prius 2010 commercial, but you haven’t, it is one of the best car ads I’ve ever seen. Prius is a third-generation electric car that has several intelligent features. It also offers a good hybrid vehicle tax credit, but you may want to consult with your tax advisor or the IRS before using it this year.

Prius is quickly becoming a cult of its own. The combined Toyota hybrid MPG rating is 50. It will cost you no more than $20 to fill its 11-gallon gas tank, that’s if fuel prices remain the same.

Toyota Hybrid cars are seen everywhere on the highways and in cities across America. Toyota Motor Sales is one of the fastest-growing automakers meeting the high demand for fuel-efficient vehicles. While all automakers offer incredible mileage, Toyota offers the best when it comes to coupes and sedans.

The Toyota Camry Hybrid has a starting price of $26,150 and gets 33-34 miles per gallon on average. While the eco-friendly vehicle doesn’t offer the best MPG rating, in comparison to other Toyota automobiles, it is loaded with features and optional accessories.

The invoice price is also higher than other Toyota hybrids it does have a zero percent emission rating. According to NADA’s Fast Facts, for 2009, the price includes green technology which delivers better than average fuel economy. The hybrid car also is equipped with luxury features found in Toyota’s top-of-the-line Camry XLE model.

Toyota also hopes to use the Prius model to deliver a new standard in Hybrid innovative technology. It is a third-generation hybrid car that offers an MPG rating of up to 51 miles per gallon. The vehicle is much quieter and equipped with advanced standard features such as steering wheel touch controls, a moon roof with solar panels, and Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA).

The Prius now has an efficient 1.8-liter Atkinson engine that runs on four cylinders. The engine can produce 98 horsepower at 5,200. Moreover, the car will generate a horsepower of 134 combined with its electric motor and hybrid system. Other features include Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, and Anti-Lock Brakes.

The 2010 Hybrid line-up has a great outlook and some meaningful gas savings for consumers.