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Anyone own a Toyota Prius?

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Need to chop in the old faithful Micra before January and am considering the above. Anyone own one at all? Thanks
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Need to chop in the old faithful Micra before January and am considering the above.

Anyone own one at all?

Thanks
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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No I don´t think anyone owns one.

Sorry.
#2
The car infront is a Toyota :p
#3
prob better off with a standard diesel dude. from the reviews that I have read on the prius, its not as "green" and efficient as the maker would lead us to believe. Certainly not enough to disregard other "normal" diesels.

:)

I got a Peugeot 407 diesel and I get 56 miles to the gallon from it. It runs pretty well too. :)
#5
IIRC, doesn't Shengis have one? :? http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/customavatars/avatar19390_24.gif
#6
[COLOR="Red"]My mate has one.

Do you want me to ask him what it's like?[/COLOR]
banned#7
What's not to love? Per my earlier point, the Prius has improved driving dynamics but it is still not exactly fun to drive. If carving up canyon roads is your thing, the Prius won't do it for you. It is also considerably more expensive than a comparable sedan or hatchback. Toyota hasn't announced pricing for the 2010 Prius but our data partner, vLane.com lists a new 2009 Toyota Prius as starting at $22,000 MSRP. The 2010 model will most likely to more.

Hundreds of thousands of people love their Prius' and the new 2010 Toyota Prius will certainly appeal to even more consumers. If you are looking for a functional, futuristic, fuel saver and fun-to-drive isn't a prerequisite, you'll feel pretty in the new Prius.
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StevenA2000_uk
prob better off with a standard diesel dude. from the reviews that I have read on the prius, its not as "green" and efficient as the maker would lead us to believe. Certainly not enough to disregard other "normal" diesels.

:)

I got a Peugeot 407 diesel and I get 56 miles to the gallon from it. It runs pretty well too. :)


agreed focus and golf diesels can also give around 60mpg these days

honda insight?
#9
I had one for three days as a courtesy car. They are a nice drive but for the price I wouldn’t bother and the dash is so annoying !
#10
I think you need to question why you would buy one. As a standalone car, it is nothing special, as an environmental statement it is above average but only for specific types of driving. If you fall outside the type of driving where it offers a benefit, you have a nothing special car.

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