29 Jul '16, 6pm

Lawsuit Claims Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid Isn’t Meeting 13 Mile Range: A lawsuit by ...

Lawsuit Claims Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid Isn’t Meeting 13 Mile Range: A lawsuit by ...

A lawsuit by a Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid owner says that a “13-mile” battery power range is deceptive. Earlier this month, owner Richard Rosenbaum filed the suit in Michigan federal court claiming that the Prius Plug-In he purchased in 2012 has not been able to meet the 13-mile electric range that Toyota was advertising. Rosenblaum also said he wasn’t able to run on electric-only mode when the temperature dropped beyond a certain point. The Prius owner is seeking to represent a class of Prius Plug-In Hybrid owners. SEE ALSO: 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Review He claims to have only been able to drive the car approximately eight miles on electric power alone. Taking his car in for inspection to a Toyota dealer, Rosenbaum claims the Prius was then able to achieve 10 miles of range. He says the dealership was able to make an adjustment to the car that increased the ran...

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