A couple of months ago I was comparing 2009 Prius prices found on the 'net
with what my area dealer offers. A dealer in Mesa had several units with
leather, nav, etc. for $3000.00 less than I'd have to pay for the same unit
where I live in MN. Maybe I should wait until next January, fly to AZ, soak
up some rays for a couple weeks, and drive one back.
I don't know that they never made sense; they make perfect sense to me,
at least how Toyota did it,
What I don't understand is why people don't buy them. They drive just
like normal cars, but get significantly better gas mileage. I just
don't see the tradeoffs that others are claiming to see.
Which is the exact logic I apply to my owning ancient Civics only that
the year(s) are rolled back to 1980-83.
I can handle the "old school" engineering and ease of maintenance/repair
and not have to fess up with 'puters and other modern gadgets.
Besides that, parts as almost as cheap as dirt these days...
I never said any such thing; please stop lying about me.
Too bad you didn't read the articles linked in that blog you copied; by
not bothering to read them, you merely established even further that you
don't know what you're talking about. But then again, neither did the
person who posted that entry in the first place.
It's now time for healing, and for fixing the damage the GOP did to America.
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