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Does the Extra Large 29er Mountain Bike Fit? - 2016 Toyota Prius Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited July 2016 in Toyota
imageDoes the Extra Large 29er Mountain Bike Fit? - 2016 Toyota Prius Long-Term Road Test

The 2016 Toyota Prius is not a large car, but its hatchback has a broad opening and a low liftover height that makes it capable of toting large items.

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  • bohiobohio Posts: 59
    edited July 2016
    "Reviews" such as this are helpful, I suppose, to somebody who might be contemplating how a particular vehicle fits into one's lifestyle. However, the first new car I ever purchased -- a 1986 Honda Accord LXi hatchback (for $12,108.05 out the door in California, and VIN JHMBA5348GC039072, which I still remember )-- easily accommodated my 63cm road bike (25" frame for you non-metric types) with 700cm (27") wheels without needing either wheel removed, or any modifications to the bike of any kind, save removing the water bottle so it wouldn't leak. Bottles have gotten better, and I guess cars have too, but that car averaged 32 mpg and I drove it 204,XXX miles with the original clutch! And three sets of tires, the last having 84k miles. Ah, the good old days. I still have the bike, but the car is long gone. The 2nd owner (teenaged son of a co-worker friend) totaled it not long after.
  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    Bonus points to you - never known anyone who memorized their VIN!
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