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What is it like on the inside?
The familiar Prius jigsaw pieces remain – central driving data display atop the dash, a touchscreen for the nav above the climate controls, and a chopped rear window. However, the sweeping new shapes and less oppressive colours lift the ambience into something really rather pleasant and much less plasticky than we’re used to. The seats are particularly praiseworthy – not just extra comfy, but mounted 55mm lower in the car than the old model, so you feel more integrated into the body rather than perched in-mid-air, MPV-style. Aside from the powertrain tweaks, the cabin is easily the best aspect of Prius Mk4.