Toyota. Tuesday , February 21st , 2017 - 02:55:48 AM
Its now 2010, and the automotive industry is putting its best foot forward to try and garner some of the audience it lost over the recession of 2009 with huge new technologies and big innovations. While numbers were rough over 09, some brands came out no worse for the wear. Kia, for instance, had a record year, becoming one of the only manufacturers to really end up on the positive side of the sales spectrum. Other manufacturers worked on bolstering brand loyalty, even in the face of low sales, and are coming into 10 with a little extra steam and momentum.
The other Toyota hybrid car to consider is the Prius. It also operates on regular gasoline and has CVT feature. Front wheel drive is standard on this Toyota hybrid car, and the engine size is 1.5 liters. The EPA mileage rating is 55 mpg combined. The travel distance for one tank of gas is given as 589 miles, with estimated annual fuel costs of only $612.
The tale of the turtle and the rabbit would be a relevant analogy in this situation. In spite of Toyota's capability to introduce an electric car in a fairly small period of time, it has decided to take the prudent course and consolidate its top spot with current technologies. After all slow and steady did win the competition, and the race has far from started.Toyota's Prius -- Is the Hybrid Technology Worth the Extra Cost!
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