2004 Toyota Prius Hybrid - 136k, SmartKey (South of Garner) $8250

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Old 21 Jul 2010, 08:16 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2004 Toyota Prius Hybrid - 136k, SmartKey (South of Garner) $8250

2004 Blue Toyota Prius hybrid with approx 136,000 miles. I commute over 80 miles per day.

I get between 46 mpg and 52mpg per tank on my commute. On trips up I-95 to Norfolk, VA I generally get 46mpg, and around 50mpg on my daily commute.

I believe the car has the option package 7 consisting of:

  • Front side airbags
  • curtain side airbags
  • antiskid system
  • smart keyless entry/starting
  • xenon headlights
  • fog lights
  • intermittent rear wiper
The Smart Key System (SKS) option eliminates the traditional ignition key. The "smart key", which resembles a conventional keyless entry remote, has buttons to remotely lock and unlock the door, as well as trigger the alarm system. It is not necessary to use any of the buttons to utilize the SE/SS system. Approaching to within one metre of the car while in-possession of the key (even inside a pocket or purse) causes the interior dome lights to fade in (if the switches are at the DOOR position). When the person with the key in their possession touches either of the front doors, or the rear hatchback door, that door is immediately unlocked and can be opened. There are three settings in which the Smart Key System (SKS) can operate with the default being - driver's door touched, driver's door unlock only; front passenger or rear hatchback touched, all doors unlock. Once inside, the car may be started by pushing the "POWER" button with the fob still safely tucked away inside your pocket or purse). To stop the car, push the "POWER" button again. Once parked, the car can be locked by a pushing a black button on the exterior door handle. The SKS system will detect keys left inside the vehicle when powered-off, and will not allow the vehicle to be locked in this situation.

(description from the wikibooks.org Prius description page - lots of detail on the Prius there)

Everything works, condition is good inside and out. There is the normal 'road rash' for a car of it's age and mileage. I require a larger vehicle.

We have clear title. Purchase to happen in our BB & T branch so the title can be notarized, payment by cash or bank check.
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