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"In some cities, like New York, that means the exhaust coming out of the Prius is often cleaner than the air going into it."

This quote is from http://www.toyota.com/html/about/enviro ... sales.html . The Prius exhaust system is so good it cleans other cars' emissions. If you're biking around New York City, find a Prius to follow around--it'll be healthier than breathing any other air! As a public service, we should all go to NYC and drive around for a few hours to help clean up their air. :wink:

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Doug wrote:
"In some cities, like New York, that means the exhaust coming out of the Prius is often cleaner than the air going into it."
If you're biking around New York City, find a Prius to follow around--it'll be healthier than breathing any other air! As a public service, we should all go to NYC and drive around for a few hours to help clean up their air.

Henry wrote: "You don't have to go to New York. To quote W.C. Fields (in another context), "Philadelphia will do."
Yes the air does get nasty here in philly. But it is great to know that I can purify the air in my house and my garage just by closing all the doors and windows and letting the car run (with the defrost on of course for maximum health benefit).
What a car!
I'll go try it and let y'all know how it works.
Nathan

The Prius: A Home Air Purification System
(I wonder if John would add this tip to his selling points brochure.)
 

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Nathan said:
Doug wrote:
"In some cities, like New York, that means the exhaust coming out of the Prius is often cleaner than the air going into it."
If you're biking around New York City, find a Prius to follow around--it'll be healthier than breathing any other air! As a public service, we should all go to NYC and drive around for a few hours to help clean up their air.

Henry wrote: "You don't have to go to New York. To quote W.C. Fields (in another context), "Philadelphia will do."
Yes the air does get nasty here in philly. But it is great to know that I can purify the air in my house and my garage just by closing all the doors and windows and letting the car run (with the defrost on of course for maximum health benefit).
What a car!
I'll go try it and let y'all know how it works.
Nathan

The Prius: A Home Air Purification System
(I wonder if John would add this tip to his selling points brochure.)

:D

And if NATHAN does not return... We know IT DIDNT WORK!

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A $21K HEPA Filter with

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A NAV system so you know where to put your filter.

Filter runs on 11.9 Gal of 87 octane gas for an average total of 600 minutes.

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johnson487682 said:
"In some cities, like New York, that means the exhaust coming out of the Prius is often cleaner than the air going into it."

This quote is from http://www.toyota.com/html/about/enviro ... sales.html . The Prius exhaust system is so good it cleans other cars' emissions. If you're biking around New York City, find a Prius to follow around--it'll be healthier than breathing any other air! As a public service, we should all go to NYC and drive around for a few hours to help clean up their air. :wink:

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I guess the bikers died, the link is no longer good. Toyota must of retracted it so SOMEONE doesnt try to purify their life...
 

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The link still works--for some reason the period "." at the end of the sentence is being included in the auto-hyperlink. After clicking on the link and getting the error message from toyota.com, go to your location/address bar, delete the final period, and hit return to see the article.

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