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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid

October 04, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Toyota eminently marked its name all over the world with the production of first-class passenger cars and SUVs. On 16th of September it introduced 2012 Prius Plug-in Hybrid at Annual Green Drive Expo, this Plug-in Hybrid is the latest addition in Prius family. 2012 Toyota Prius First model of Prius was launched in 2001 and since then almost 1 million models has been sold in U.S.A. This new model of Prius offers the blend of advantages of standard Hybrid model of Prius and EV (driving) and presents more reasonably priced as compare to electric range-extender kind of vehicles. 2012 Prius Plug-in hybrid is meant for 5 passengers, it is anticipated that it can achieve 87 MPG in combined driving and 49 MPG in Hybrid mode. Exterior of 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Exterior of 2012 Prius Plug-in Hybrid is almost similar to its standard model and the points of exterior which differentiate it from the standard Hybrid are: Chrome like finish for door handles Front grille Back license plate Battery charging door Distinctive lines and bandages Blue-accent Headlamps LED taillight Available Trim Level 2012 Prius Plug-in Hybrid will be available in 2 trim levels i.e. Standard Advanced Standard Exterior Features […]

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Toyota Announced 2011 Prius PLUS Performance Package

July 05, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Toyota Prius is among the top selling hybrids in the U.S.A which presents an exhilarating package for new accessory for 2011. For the very first time, Toyota Prius appeared in 2010 in SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show, since then rising popularity of this model due to its enhanced fuel efficiency moved Toyota to come up with Prius PLUS Performance Package.

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Toyota Planning To Bring Three New Cars in the Green Market Until 2012

July 14, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

The trend of green cars is the hottest one in the industry and Toyota being an active member of industry is also spending lots of funds for the development of the future green cars. According to the company’s plans revealed from some source they will bring three new models into the market of green cars in 2012. According to some further details provided by the source, a plug-in version of Toyota Prius and somewhat different variant of Prius will reach the US markets in the first half of 2012 and thus it can be seen that Toyota is really active in the Green industry and some real blasters from the company’s side are on their way. It is also reported that the 2nd Prius will not be an exact identical to the Prius that has been shown earlier but the brand name will remain the same, the markets which are going to get the new electric markets in 2012 have not been revealed but it is expected that only a limited number of markets will get the exciting new green models at the start. The Source which has shown all these details has also declared that a viral marketing campaign […]

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2009 Toyota Prius: A Brief Review

May 13, 2009 / by / 9 Comments

The third generation of Toyota Prius is on sale now with its all zeal and zest and when it comes to drive Prius is as, as to commute on least possible fuel and to feel a real sense of proud. Whether it’s exterior or interior, you will find it exceptionally unique with its unusual technical design. It gives a slab-like look and seems quite nice on impression and efficiency.

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Honda Wants the Insight Hybrid to be priced at $20,000 in US

February 06, 2009 / by / 0 Comment

There are chances that the Honda Insight Hybrid may perhaps have the price tag under $20,000 in the United States and Honda is also looking forward to buy it if they manage to pull out some sales this year and match their target of selling 100,000 a year. However, it would be difficult to meet the targets. The comparison of the yen against the dollar would make the price of $20,000 a bit too much for the usual five seater gasoline-electric car. This car is expected to go out in the American market by April and would be the biggest challenge to the Toyota Prius. In addition, the global economic crunch as well as the declining gasoline prices would further undercut the demand in the dethroning hybrid market.

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