At The Hybrid Geek, we make it a habit to familiarize ourselves with the different features of each hybrid vehicle we service. In this article, we are focusing on the Toyota brand hybrids. The Toyota Prius hybrid was originally released in Japan in 1997, making it the first viable gas-electric enterprise. By 2001, the Prius was made available outside Japan and by 2007, had sold one million worldwide. So, what other types of hybrid vehicle has Toyota made and how do they measure up to the Prius?
Types of Toyota Hybrids
After the large success of its maiden hybrid vehicle, the Prius, Toyota released three more hybrid vehicles to offer their environmentally-conscious consumers. While each Toyota hybrid has different features, they all share similarities and strengths. The different gas-electric hybrid vehicles offered by Toyota are:
- Toyota Prius (Midsize Sedan)
- Camry Hybrid (Sedan)
- Rav 4 Hybrid (Compact SUV)
- Highlander Hybrid (SUV)
As you see, Toyota has worked hard to expand their hybrid inventory to ensure they have something for everyone. Whether you own one of their sedans, compact SUVs or the full-size SUV, The Hybrid Geek can help with service and parts.
Services for Toyota Hybrids
Our experienced technicians work with each of Toyota’s gas-electric vehicles regularly and have extensive training and knowledge about their features. We offer free health checks, full hybrid battery rebuilds, and Generation 3 Cells on each different vehicle. To ensure you get the most life out of your hybrid, always have it service by a reputable vendor and service technician. The Hybrid Geek has the best option to suit your budget and needs.
If you’re ready for more information, please visit us online and browse our services page. Ask us about the best option for your car by filling out our contact form here or give us a call at (919) 996-0626. We have fully refurbished Hybrid Batteries in stock and ready to go!