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The third model from Toyota's new Prius line was shown at the 2012 North American International Auto Show. The Prius C is a compact hybrid, but its fuel economy is no better than that of the larger Prius hatchback.
Less than $19,000, the Toyota Prius C is everything you want in your Prius but smaller.