Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius

With Summer and the vacations here is allways good to know which are the greatest vehicles for road trips. Even if the gas prices get higher in the last few months, this doesn’t mean the Americans won’t do their usual traveling. "Families will travel closer to home, they will travel for fewer days and will save money by staying in less-expensive hotels and eating in cheaper restaurants. But they will continue to take vacations and plan getaways." According to latest study, more (...)
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Toyota had hoped the next generation Prius would be equipped with advanced lithium ion batteries, the same general type as General Motors hopes to use in the production version of the Volt show car, thought to be on a timetable for 2010 introduction. But, GM’s car boss, Bob Lutz, has said that production of the Volt depends on making technological advances in batteries, and that current technology won’t support production of the Volt. Toyota seems to agree. Winding Road is reporting that (...)
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Toyota Motor today announced new "ECO-nomic savings bonus" incentives on 2007 Toyota Prius Toyota Prius resulting in savings of as much as $2,000 on certain options packages. "For more than three years, consumers shopping Prius found short supplies and premium pricing," said Jim Farley, group vice president, Toyota marketing. "Last Fall, we increased production by 50 percent, ensuring an ample supply. Beginning in mid-January, we added mild price incentives. The added supply (...)
You test a car and don’t like it... what do you do? Well you don’t buy it. But if you are Clarkson and test a car, a Prius for example, and you are not satisfied with the results, what do you do? Well, watch the movie and you will see. Have patience to the end, is the best part!

You test a car and don’t like it... what do you do? Well you don’t buy it. But if you are Clarkson and test a car, a Prius for example, and you are not satisfied with the results, what do you do?

Well, watch the movie and you will see. Have patience to the end, is the best part!

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Watch the grass! AutoExpress No more D.U.I. … or at least that’s what’s expected. DetNews 2006 NEXTEL NASCAR finally ended – Johnson overtakes it. FastMachines After Spyker C8, Lambo LP640, Lambo Gallardo and Brabus Brabus CLS Rocket – Volkswagen Volkswagen GTi becomes official police car in Dubai Dubai . AutoBlog Prius lagging in China. (...)
  • Watch the grass! AutoExpress

  • No more D.U.I. … or at least that’s what’s expected. DetNews

  • 2006 NEXTEL NASCAR finally ended – Johnson overtakes it. FastMachines

  • After Spyker C8, Lambo LP640, Lambo Gallardo and Brabus CLS Rocket – Volkswagen GTi becomes official police car in Dubai. AutoBlog

  • Prius lagging in China. DetNews

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Toyota Motor Corp plans to increase production of its most popular hybrid car – the Prius – up to 50% (300.000 units) The paper said the automaker would shift production of other models away from plants where it produces Prius sedans and use the vacant equipment to increase output while limiting additional investment. A Toyota spokeswoman could not immediately confirm the report. Toyota on Wednesday lifted its interim net profit outlook by a third and mapped out a plan to keep cranking up (...)
Hollywood’s enormous impact on the Prius’s fortunes surprised even Toyota, which has simply been unable to deliver in sufficient numbers. "I own a Toyota Prius; it’s a step in the right direction. It’s a gasoline-electric midsize car that gets about 50 miles per gallon. We have the technology to make every car produced in America today just as clean, cheap and efficient.", Leonardo DiCaprio says. Local news reports claim DiCaprio liked his Prius so much he bought another three for (...)

The Toyota Prius, the best-selling gas-electric hybrid vehicle in the United States and the world, offers a more engaging driving experience for 2007 with the availability of a new Touring Edition model. In addition, the 2007 Prius gains standard driver and front passenger seat-mounted side airbags and front and rear side curtain airbags, which were previously optional.

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TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION announced today that worldwide cumulative sales of the Toyota Prius Toyota Prius , the world’s first mass-produced hybrid vehicle, have passed the half-million mark, with 504,700 units having been sold by the end of April this year. Toyota launched the Prius in 1997 in Japan and started selling it overseas, such as in North America and Europe, in 2000. The second-generation Prius, equipped with the Toyota Hybrid System II, was introduced in 2003 with an emphasis on delivering (...)

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