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2008 Toyota Prius Base 5dr HB (GS)

2008 Toyota Prius
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Front Wheel Drive, 5 Door Liftback, Mid-size
48 mpg city / 45 mpg hwy
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2008 Toyota Prius: – OUR TAKE: It's a Prius--what more can be said about it? Well, considering it's been a while since we piloted one through a wintry blast such as we've had this past month, we can add a few notes on its snow-handling ability. Source: www.autoweek.com

BMW 520d beats Prius in gas mileage – Filed under: Sedans/Saloons, Green, BMW, ToyotaReaders of London's Sunday Times kept telling the auto reporters that the official mileage numbers for the Prius were overstated by about 15 imperial mpg. Intrigued, the Times decided to test things out Source: feeds.autoblog.com

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Car and Driver 2008 Toyota Prius - Review – What’s new, trim levels, optional equipment, and safety info for the 2008 Toyota Prius. Source: www.caranddriver.com

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Top 10 Fuel Efficient Cars – Here at About Cars, our philosophy is that a fuel-efficient car shouldn't requrie one to give up comfort, safety and enjoyment. That's why this isn't just a by-the-numbers list of cars with the best fuel economy. Instead, the About Cars test drivers Source: cars.about.com

Prius sales top 1 million worldwide as demand increases – Filed under: Car Buying, Hybrids/Alternative, Green, Toyota, Earnings/FinancialsClick above for a high-res gallery of the Toyota Prius Toyota announced today that worldwide cumulative sales of the Toyota Prius have passed the 1 million mark. While th Source: feeds.autoblog.com

Worldwide Prius Sales Top 1 Million Mark – Worldwide cumulative sales of the Toyota Prius—the world's first mass-produced gasoline/electric hybrid vehicle—have passed the 1 million mark, with approximately 1,028,000 units sold as of the end of April this year*1. Source: www.autonews24h.com

Best cars for moms – Who says motherhood demands a minivan or big SUV? Here are ten cars that are perfect for moms, with lots of family-friendly features that mothers everywhere will approve of. Source: cars.about.com

Prius sales tank in May, Toyota blames battery supply – Filed under: Car Buying, Hybrids/Alternative, Green, ToyotaThis 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 pe Source: feeds.autoblog.com

Toyota Prius Shortage Explained – Remember when we told you Toyota would be dropping $673m on new battery facilities? In addition to expanding next-gen Li-ion production (and next-next-gen development labs), ToMoCo also wants to increase its current-spec NiMH production capacity. And Source: www.thetruthaboutcars.com

VIDEO: The opposite of hypermiling - BMW M3 vs Toyota Prius – Filed under: Hybrid, MPG, BMW, ToyotaAfter evaluating supercars to see which could go furthest on a gallon of gasoline, the crew of Top Gear decided to try again. What they apparently set out to do was demonstrate the impact of driving behavior on fu Source: feeds.feedburner.com

International Toyota Enthusiast Community – Welcome to Toyota Nation, the world's largest Toyota owner and enthusiast forum community. Source: www.toyotanation.com

Corvette Gets Better Gas Mileage than Prius? - Garage419 – Matt Farah and Mike Spinelli pit a C5 Corvette against a new Toyota Prius in the ultimate gas mileage showdown. -Garage419 Source: www.garage419.com

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