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Originally Posted by FL_Prius_Driver
Really little mystery here. Toyota is the largest car company in the world. From this vantage point, "Green" is just a segment of the business, not the entire business. The U.S. is a democratic country, with individuals and businesses allowed to voice their desires for legislation. They are going to encourage legislation that supports their business. It is no surprise that what they want is not the same as what most Prius Drivers want.
I am not supporting (or opposing) Toyota's case, just pointing out that the Green label was applied by the buyers, with Toyota seeing the obvious business benefits of amplifying this view.
Toyota isn't against high mileage cars and being green.
However, Toyota IS against the federal government MANDATING their business be a certain way.
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