2017 Toyota Prius Prime: What A Mess!

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The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime has got itself into something of a huge mess. Don’t get us wrong, the vehicle is better than the one that came before it and it should end up being among the higher volume plug-in electric vehicles in the US. That is if the dealers clear up their act and the mess they are in.

Following separate complaints from people Greencarreports decided to check out the relationship between dealers and Toyota when it came to the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime. Toyota has said more than once that the vehicle is available nationwide. However its predecessor wasn’t.

The previous version was only available in California and it offers just 11 miles electric range, or 6 miles continuous. The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime on the other hand is available in 50 states, with deliveries beginning in December. This means that you can now get the vehicle from any dealer in the US.

Perhaps Toyota needs to hammer this into the heads of dealers around the US as they just don’t seem to get it. Dealerships have argued with customers about the availability of the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime and we know of at least three. Three people wanted the vehicle in Michigan, Dallas and Colorado and all three were told that it wasn’t available in their state.

So just to put things straight about the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime, the vehicle is available in the 1,200 Toyota dealers in 50 states in the US.

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