5 stars for getting the job done very quickly. 5 stars for communication. 1 star for price. Sorry guys. I am out of state and my wife lives in Massachusetts for a job she has. I am a mechanic of 20 years and being 600 miles away I had to find a place for her to take the 2011 Prius. Before she left to drive to Massachusetts I was going to do the wheel bearing myself, but for once I put it off because it wasn't too bad yet and I thought I had time, but she had to leave earlier than expected. I didn't send it with her because garages usually don't use customers parts, and if they do they usually wont guarantee the work. Anyway, I figured that the job would have to be around 400, at the absolute most. Thats the high end. Usually a wheel bearing replacement is between $250 and $350. I was surprised that they quoted me $700. That is an extreme amount of money for a Prius wheel bearing. The part is $48. I know this because I ordered one and I have it sitting in our garage. The job takes about an hour and a half to do. You have to take the tire off, hang the calipers on the strut, blah blahh. The hub is held on with 4 bolts and so on.You do not have to disassemble the brakes and disturb the delicate braking system like she said. You simply open the pads with a bar and the brake fluid travels back into the master cylinder. I did all 4 on our other prius. I understand the job. There is no way that this job should have been $700.