Toyota_Prius_Prime-US-car-sales-statisticsMonthly and annual sales figures for the Toyota Prius Prime Plug-in hybrid in the US.

These statistics only include US sales data for the Toyota Prius Plug-in hybrid, renamed Prius Prime for the new 2017 model. Sales figures of the regular Toyota Prius liftback, Prius V minivan and Prius C hatchback are published separately, as well as sales figures of the Toyota Prius family combined.
 
See how Toyota Prius sales compare to the other models in the US Alternative Power segment.
 
 

Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2016
Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2017
Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2018
Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2019
January 10 1.366 1.496 1.123
February 6 1.362 2.050 1.205
March 7 1.618 2.922 1.820
April 4 1.819 2.626 1.399
May 4 1.908 2.924 1.914
June 11 1.619 2.237 1.144
July 4 1.645 1.984 1.875
August 2 835 2.071 2.500
September 4 1.899 2.213 1.650
October 1.626 2.001
November 781 1.834 2.312
December 1.641 2.420 2.759

Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2019 15.705
2018 27.595
2017 19.951
2016 2.474
2015 4.191
2014 13.263
2013 12.088
2012 12.750

 

Previous model:

2012-2016 Prius Plug-In

Toyota_Prius_Plug_in-US-car-sales-statistics

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Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2016
Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2017
Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2018
Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2019
January 10 1.366 1.496 1.123
February 6 1.362 2.050 1.205
March 7 1.618 2.922 1.820
April 4 1.819 2.626 1.399
May 4 1.908 2.924 1.914
June 11 1.619 2.237 1.144
July 4 1.645 1.984 1.875
August 2 835 2.071 2.500
September 4 1.899 2.213 1.650
October 1.626 2.001
November 781 1.834 2.312
December 1.641 2.420 2.759

Toyota
Prius Plug-in hybrid
2019 15.705
2018 27.595
2017 19.951
2016 2.474
2015 4.191
2014 13.263
2013 12.088
2012 12.750
  1. Prius Prime is very hard to get or even test drive into fall 2017. Here in SE MI totally not available unless order and wait for months or up to a half a year!
    Not sure of the hold up, but think sales would be much higher if it were in the dealerships.

    1. Plug-in hybrids and electric cars from major car manufacturers has been produced solely to satisfy the alternative fuel requirements of California. Plug-ins are generally cheaply converted from regular fossil fuel cars and does not embody any desire for electric driving and embody few of the benefits of electric driving. Even the Prius is halfhearted in this respect, which is demonstrated by their unwillingness to distribute the Prime with enthusiasm. Toyota and its dealer network does NOT the Prime in the dealer lots.

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