The PIP has been sitting parked, getting used only for very occasional errands. It's been run two or three times but is mainly driven in EV mode. A 2019 leaf S, of all cars, has suddenly interested my housemate, and we are interested in finding out if there is any interest here in buying the Prius, and for how much. Read back in this thread for the issue with the ICE. The car has very low mileage (30k) and isn't rusty. It's a bit dingy inside from not being cleaned often enough, but I know of no permanent stains or rips in the interior. The exterior has some damage from being hit by a deer, and there is a crack in the front bumper cover. The battery capacity, despite being babied over the years, is at about 66% of new, with a Summer EV range of 10 miles. The KBB price for the car in "Fair" condition is $6-8k as a trade-in and $8-10k in a private sale. We would definitely take $8k for the car, and might consider a little less. We can't transport the car, but would cooperate in having it shipped. It is drive-able as-is, although I wouldn't want to try driving it many hundreds of miles, even though I was able to detect no exhaust residue in the coolant using a test kit. It's the Base version, 'Sea Mist Pearl' or something like that - basically a very pale green. The interior is dark grey. I'll try to link an old photo, and if there is interest I can take some current ones. This car is a great
little hauler, with a large, no-liftover cargo area that we will miss greatly. The car's 'lifetime' fuel economy average is something like 72MPG. Everything works, AFAIK. I just added a hardwired 12 volt battery maintainer lead in the rear, to make it easy to keep the little battery topped off. I think it will need a new 12 volt battery before Winter, though, as it's still on the original. It has four like-new Toyo Celsius 4 season Winter tires, and IIRC the brake pads were done last year.
Apparently the Base is rare in this color, so just mentally delete the fog lights from this web photo: