Today in Toyota Prius News

Toyota Prius in the US thanks to General Motors

It appears the Japanese are asking help from the “enemy” to globalise the apple of their eye: according to unconfirmed reports, Toyota wants to collaborate with General Motors to export a Prius production line to an American facility. …

Toyota Prius Reviews

So what I can do for you is list the top websites where you can find unbiased Toyota Prius reviews by actual owners as well as professional overviews. …

Toyota weighs decision on Prius plant in US

Toyota Prius hybrid cars line an auto dealership’s front row in Springfield, Ill., earlier this year. Toyota said Friday that nothing had been decided yet on using its California joint venture plant with General Motors to produce the …

Prius sales tank in May, Toyota blames battery supply

This stat might seem confusing given the fact that fuel economy is king at dealerships right now, but Toyota just reported that Prius sales were down almost 40% in May compared to the same period in 2007. While overall 2008 sales of the …

Toyota Prius Convertible by NCE

The prius is one of the best known hybrid cars on the market bringing in excellent fuel economy for a car of it’s size. Perhaps the owner was looking for a guilt free open top cruiser without the wait for any of the electric offerings …

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3 Comments

  1. callieagler said,

    July 23, 2008 at 4:23 pm

    The new 2009 Toyota Prius Models are available to order as of August 01,2008. If you are interested in more information please contact Callie Agler at http://www.emporiamotors.com

  2. ibrahim binshahbal said,

    August 1, 2008 at 12:00 pm

    nice article.

  3. Debra said,

    August 2, 2008 at 3:01 am

    Prius is a good hybrid in the current high oil price market. But the aesthetics need improvements as it is targeted towards younger audience. they should make different body styles that are more appealing to grown ups.


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