Prius wide body kit

Prius wide body kit rearview mirror anti-fog films rainproof quality 2pcs

Details Prius wide body kit rearview mirror

  • Prius wide body kit – Make your clearer view of the rearview mirror with 2pcs high-tech foils
  • A water-repellent material similar to lotus leaves covers its surface,when the rain drops on it, the water droplets will not stay, but will naturally slip with gravity.
  • At the same time, it has anti-fog ability, special material manufacturing, fog can not form on the surface
  • Customized for Your car, with over 98% coverage,and over 3 Years of service life. Greater visibility, safer driving.
  • Remove the tape backing & apply! Takes seconds, no tools needed!
  • It can work at -50 Celsius to 75 Celsius (-58 Fahrenheit to 167 Fahrenheit),Even if you turn on the mirror heating function, It will not be affected
Details Mirror Prius wide body kit
Details Mirror Prius wide body kit
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2019 Toyota Prius Performance

Performance isn’t the first priority of the Prius wide body kit.

The miserly hybrid powertrain is built for frugality, not necessarily fun.

Starting from an average score, the Prius loses points for a pokey powertrain and another for lifeless steering. It gets a 3 for performance.

It sounds worse than we mean it; the Prius wide body kit is competent on the road. Compared to prior versions of the car, the new Prius is lower and wider on the road, which imparts a better view of the road head.

The Prius wide body kit relies on a 1.8-liter inline-4 that makes 95 hp and a 53-kw electric motor the combines for a total output of 121 hp. All-wheel-drive versions, which are new this year, use separate, smaller rear electric motors to drive those wheels. Its net output is the same, although the all-wheel-drive running gear adds between 145 and 170 pounds to the car’s overall weight.

Mirror Prius wide body kit
Mirror Prius wide body kit

Front-drive versions of the Prius wide body kit use a 0.75-kwh lithium-ion battery pack that’s more compact and more efficient, while all-wheel-drive models use a 1.2-kwh nickel-metal hydride battery that effectively uses less of its charge although its efficiency numbers aren’t far off. The nickel-metal batteries are also more durable in cold-weather climates.

Behind the wheel, regardless of driven wheels, the Prius wide body kit accelerates at a modest pace, but it’s not fast. The all-wheel-drive system is designed to offer better grip at launch, and the rear motors turn off at speeds faster than 43 mph.

In our limited winter testing of the all-wheel-drive version, it accelerated more confidently up snowy hills, but we weren’t convinced that a front-drive Prius equipped with snow tires couldn’t do the same.

On the road, the Prius can move in and out of traffic at a reasonable pace, but high-speed passing will require some advance planning.

The Prius rides atop a stiffer frame than previous generations, and shares running gear with other Toyota vehicles including the C-HR. Its suspension is still geared toward comfort, rather than outright sportiness, and its steering is light and fairly uninteresting. It’s a city runabout, after all.

Toyota’s experience with regenerative and friction braking shows; the Prius is confident and efficient and blends the two braking systems seamlessly without driver interaction.

Guide install Prius wide body kit
Guide install Prius wide body kit

Comfort & Quality

The 2019 Prius has a secret: not only is it an efficient hybrid, it’s also a spacious hatchback with seating for up to five adults.

Starting from an average score, the Prius earns a point above average for its spacious cargo capacity in all versions. It earns a 6. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

The current Prius is more spacious and comfortable than its predecessors, specifically its front seats. The newer seats are more sculpted than the flat-bottomed cushions of previous generations. Up front, sharp color displays replaced the low-res readouts from yesteryear—the Prius’ tech inside finally matches the tech under the hood.

There’s good room up front, but rear-seat riders are treated to more leg room than the 33.4 inches advertised by Toyota. Head room may be an issue for tall torsos because the hatchback eats into available head space for tall adults.

The roofline and liftback has its perks though: under the rear hatch the Prius offers more than 27 cubic feet of cargo room, which is generous for a compact car.

Mostly, the Prius offers durable materials that age well. We’re not in love with the high-gloss plastics in the center console that some models offer. They look like they will scratch and wear poorly over time.

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