High mileage hybrids optimum time to change ?

Have 3 year old Prius which have had from new and has done 80k - should I change now or keep for another 2 to 3 years ?

Asked on 14 March 2013 by Oakhambike

Answered by Honest John
Toyota has seen them run to 400k + as taxis with very few problems due to simple, unstressed drivetrain.
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