2010 Toyota Prius ran out oil way before needed oil change.

Issue Status: Discussion

The car was out of oil, but the oil light never came on. Also I was not due to get an oil change until anther 4000 miles. Have had problems with the dash bard power cutting on and off, but every time the care went to the dealer to get checked out, there was never an identified problem.


Gina C. said
576 days ago
2012 Prius with 100,023 miles is loosing up to 3 qts of oil between changes. Oil light doesn't come on.


Cassie W. said
284 days ago
This is a major problem with toyota vehicles from 2006-2013 models... you are not alone. I have the exact same problem with my 2011 prius. There is a board on here with a ton of other people who have this same problem. 2010 prius oil consumption board. We need to come together and make toyota pay for their screw up! I will NEVER buy another toyota.


Cassie W. said
284 days ago
This is a major problem with toyota vehicles from 2006-2013 models... you are not alone. I have the exact same problem with my 2011 prius. There is a board on here with a ton of other people who have this same problem. 2010 prius oil consumption board. We need to come together and make toyota pay for their screw up! I will NEVER buy another toyota.


Patrick D. said
185 days ago
My 2010 Toyota Prius had the hybrid battery go out at 105,000 miles. It would have been under warranty at 100,000 miles. Ed Morse Toyota of Delray did help me by getting Toyota Corp to get us a battery but the repair still cost me over $1,000. Now the brakes have gone completely out. They quoted me $4,500 to repair an electronic ABS pump and brake master cylinder. This has apparently been an issue on other Prius models that were given extended warranties but in my case they claim there is no warranty and no recall so I’m stuck with a car 130,000 mile car that need $5,000 in repairs.



Patrick D. said
185 days ago
My 2010 Toyota Prius had the hybrid battery go out at 105,000 miles. It would have been under warranty at 100,000 miles. Ed Morse Toyota of Delray did help me by getting Toyota Corp to get us a battery but the repair still cost me over $1,000. Now the brakes have gone completely out. They quoted me $4,500 to repair an electronic ABS pump and brake master cylinder. This has apparently been an issue on other Prius models that were given extended warranties but in my case they claim there is no warranty and no recall so I’m stuck with a car 130,000 mile car that need $5,000 in repairs.


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