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Sell a Toyota Prius for scrap with Junk Car Medics. Sell Toyota Prius for the highest possible scrap value using our nationwide network of cash junk car buyers.  The current scrap value of the Toyota Prius ranges from $435 to $3240.

The Toyota Prius is the 40th most commonly junked car, according to Junk Car Medics.

Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Toyota Prius in all conditions. When the time to sell a Toyota Prius, get a free offer online or by phone.

Sell a Toyota Prius for cash with Junk Car Medics. Sell Toyota Prius for the highest possible value using our nationwide network of cash car buyers. One can sell a Toyota Prius for more money when it is drivable and in good condition.

Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Toyota Prius in all conditions. When it’s time to sell your Toyota Prius, you’ll get a free offer online or by phone.

The Toyota Prius is a parallel hybrid vehicle. It has a gasoline engine and electric motor that are distinct from one another and can run independently.

Launched in Japan in October 1997, the Toyota Prius was the first mass-produced hybrid passenger vehicle. It was eventually launched in the U.S. in July 2000 and only sold a modest 15,000 units during its debut year. However, sales picked up over the decade, and by April 2011, U.S. sales crossed the one million mark.

Originally launched as a sedan, the Toyota Prius was later remodeled and has been offered only as a hatchback since 2003. Incredibly popular among car buyers because of its excellent fuel economy, the Toyota Prius also offers ample cargo and passenger space. Big on utility, the Toyota Prius comes with various safety features, such as:

  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Lane departure warning
  • Forward collision alert
  • Adaptive cruise control

Nonetheless, while the Toyota Prius has many safety features, it’s prone to accidents like other vehicles. If rendered undrivable or irreparable because of an accident, it may have to be sold off as scrap. The average scrap price of the Toyota Prius is $800, compared to the national average scrap price of $563. This makes the average scrap price of the Toyota Prius favorable compared to other similar car models, such as the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Hyundai Elantra Hybrid, valued at roughly $820 and $770, respectively.

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    Sell Your Toyota Prius in Any Condition Now

    What is a Toyota Prius's current scrap value?

    The Toyota Prius's current scrap value is $1189, with a range of $85 - $2900 for the last 30 days, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $582, a difference of 104 %.

    What is a Toyota Prius's Yearly scrap value?

    The Toyota Prius's yearly scrap value is $1284, with a range of $435 - $3240, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $561, a difference of 129 %.

    Here are the current average junk car values of comparable models to a Toyota Prius:

    What is the Toyota Prius Used Car Value?

    Vehicles depreciate over time. The used car value of a Toyota Prius is an estimate of its worth after assessing various factors that cause depreciation. At Junk Car Medics, we appraise Toyota Prius models by checking their condition, model year, mileage, and weight. After looking at these and other factors, we’ll then give you an offer.

    While offers vary based on these factors, we typically pay at least $500 cash for junk cars. Here are some recent offers we’ve made for Toyota Prius vehicles.

    Vehicle Average Used Car Value
    2005 Toyota Prius $1013.96
    2007 Toyota Prius $940.90

    How Much Does a Toyota Prius Weigh in Tons?

    The Toyota Prius weighs between 1.1 and 1.5 tons. Here’s the weight of some Toyota Prius models.

    Vehicle Vehicle Weight
    2001 Make Model X

    Generally, the vehicle’s weight varies depending on the model year, trim level, and additional features. Newer models also tend to be heavier than their predecessors. Here’s the average vehicle weight of other car models compared to the Toyota Prius.

    How Much Are Toyota Prius Worth in Scrap by Year?

    The scrap value of the Toyota Prius varies depending on the model year. Generally, newer models fetch better prices than older ones because their parts are in better condition. Newer models also typically sell for more because junk car buyers can repair and resell them if they aren’t totaled. Here are various Toyota Prius models and their average scrap values.

    How Much is a 2000 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2000 Toyota Prius Not Available

    How Much is a 2001 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2001 Toyota Prius $691

    How Much is a 2002 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2002 Toyota Prius $624

    How Much is a 2003 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2003 Toyota Prius $629

    How Much is a 2004 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2004 Toyota Prius $867

    How Much is a 2005 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2005 Toyota Prius $847

    How Much is a 2006 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2006 Toyota Prius $1146

    How Much is a 2007 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2007 Toyota Prius $1387

    How Much is a 2008 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2008 Toyota Prius $1402

    How Much is a 2009 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2009 Toyota Prius $1473

    How Much is a 2010 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2010 Toyota Prius $1577

    How Much is a 2011 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2011 Toyota Prius $1899

    How Much is a 2012 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2012 Toyota Prius $2248

    How Much is a 2013 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2013 Toyota Prius $1902

    How Much is a 2014 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2014 Toyota Prius $2459

    How Much is a 2015 Toyota Prius Worth?

    Year Vehicle Average Offer Price
    2015 Toyota Prius $2824

    What Are Recent Junk Car Prices and Values of Toyota Prius?

    Here are 15 recent junk car values for Toyota Prius.

    Vehicle ZipCode Offer Date Offer Price
    2009 Toyota Prius 22182 01-25-2023 $910
    2003 Toyota Prius 46953 01-24-2023 $435
    2007 Toyota Prius 80526 01-20-2023 $1220
    2013 Toyota Prius 97404 01-19-2023 $2275
    2007 Toyota Prius 24237 01-19-2023 $620
    2008 Toyota Prius 11106 01-19-2023 $760
    2006 Toyota Prius 90063 01-18-2023 $1225
    2005 Toyota Prius 97220 01-18-2023 $710
    2010 Toyota Prius 27513 01-16-2023 $865
    2002 Toyota Prius 22306 01-13-2023 $610
    2010 Toyota Prius 92804 01-13-2023 $2090
    2013 Toyota Prius 91202 01-13-2023 $3240
    2008 Toyota Prius 90403 01-10-2023 $1640
    2007 Toyota Prius 98105 01-08-2023 $840
    2010 Toyota Prius 90650 01-07-2023 $2290

    What Are Common Problems of Toyota Prius?

    Although the Toyota Prius is a reliable car with excellent fuel economy, it isn’t flawless. Like other vehicles, it has its fair share of problems. Here are some of the most common problems Toyota Prius owners have experienced.

    • Excessive oil consumption: This issue affects 2011 models. Many owners of the 2011 model reported having to top up their engine oil regularly, while others had to get their timing cover gaskets replaced. In extreme cases, some owners had to replace engines to resolve the issue.
    • Weak windshield: This issue affects 2016 models. Some owners have reported having to replace their windshields after minor cracks expand rapidly and damage the entire windshield.
    • Engine issues: Many Toyota Prius models manufactured between 2013 to 2015 have software issues that could cause the engine to lose power and stall. As a result, Toyota recalled over 265,000 vehicles in the U.S. in 2020 to rectify the problem.
    • Faulty headlights: Some owners of the 2007 and 2008 Toyota Prius have reported that the vehicle’s headlights suddenly go out while driving.
    • Faulty fuel gauge: Owners of the Toyota Prius have reported that the vehicle’s fuel gauge doesn’t give correct readings. While the issue affects several models, it’s prevalent in 2006 models. Some owners have had to recalibrate the car’s fuel gauge to rectify the problem.

    Besides these problems, here are some other common vehicle problems Toyota Prius owners encounter.

    What Are the Values of Toyota Prius Scrap Car Parts?

    Toyota Prius owners can get excellent value for their vehicles’ parts. Since the vehicle is imported from Japan, its parts aren’t readily available locally. As a result, Toyota Prius scrap car parts fetch top dollar because they are scarce.

    How Much is a Scrap Catalytic Converter from a Toyota Prius Worth?

    According to CarAraC, Toyota Prius catalytic converter scrap prices range from $200 to $1,050. Second-generation Toyota Prius models manufactured between 2003 to 2009 have the most valuable catalytic converters because they contain high quantities of precious metals, such as palladium, platinum, and rhodium.

    In comparison, the scrap value of catalytic converters used in many General Motors vehicles ranges between $97 to $127, according to Engineerine.

    How much does it cost to replace a catalytic converter on a Toyota Prius?

    According to Jerry Insurance Agency, replacing a Toyota Prius catalytic converter costs between $2,145 to $3,000. This is inclusive of labor costs. However, labor costs may vary from one repair shop to another. In comparison, it costs roughly $945 to $2,475 to replace the catalytic converter in most vehicles. Therefore, you may get better value for money by selling your old Toyota Prius cat converter instead of replacing it.

    Sell Other Toyotas

    Junk Car Medics makes selling junk cars quick, easy, and painless. Sell any make for cash using our reward process.

    • Sell My Toyota Camry - It’s a large sedan that’s one of Toyota’s best-selling vehicles in the U.S.
    • Sell My Toyota Corolla - It’s another popular Toyota model. It’s available in hatchback and sedan styles and offers excellent fuel efficiency.
    • Sell My Toyota Sienna - It’s the most popular minivan in the U.S., with over 2.5 million models sold in the U.S. alone since its launch in 1997.
    • Sell My Toyota Avalon: It’s a large sedan that’s Toyota’s flagship car in the U.S.
    • Sell My Toyota Land Cruiser - It’s a large SUV renowned for its beefy build and excellent off-road capabilities. It fetches top dollar at many junkyards because of its massive weight.

    These are just some of the popular Toyota models we buy. Besides these vehicles, we purchase various other cars for cash regardless of their condition. Get an instant offer online or on the phone for these and other cars by calling 1-855-587-0227.

    We Pay Cash for Prius Cars

    An undrivable Toyota Prius can take up valuable space in your garage and become an eyesore. Don’t let your undrivable Toyota Prius gather dust in your garage and take up precious room. Instead, decongest your garage and make money while at it by selling your Toyota Prius.

    Whether your Toyota Prius is irreparable, damaged, or totaled, we buy Toyota Prius vehicles regardless of their state. Contact us to get an instant cash offer for your Toyota Prius, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Land Cruiser, and Toyota Sienna, to name but a few Toyota models we buy for cash.

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