According to a Toyota official (in an article published in the local paper,) Portland, Oregon has the highest per capita* Prius sales in the U.S. Didn't mention Canada. It might have been a U.S.-centric story, and he meant all of North America, but I don't know for sure.Joel said:Seriously, can't go five minutes outside without seeing at least one. They have Prius cabs too! Prius capitol of NA?
Wow, over $1.00/L? You poor 'triple digit' guy. It's $2.699USD/gal for me. Still insanely expensive by Portland standards. It cost me $40 to fill up the SUV last week. And that was only 2/3 of a tank! Luckily it was the first fillup for the SUV in over 2 months. Shows how little use it gets now.wfjw said:Why? The price of gas! We pay, today, $3.718 US per US gallon here in Vancouver.
Tideland Prius said:Hey, I saw a white Prius but I don't think it was you.
It was debadged (except for HSD emblem), dark tinted and had the trim rings removed.
I can beat that. The per capita Prius sales in my household is 1 per person. :shock: :wink:ehurtley said:According to a Toyota official (in an article published in the local paper,) Portland, Oregon has the highest per capita* Prius sales in the U.S.
heh. I have a distant cousin who can even beat that. 2. He lives alone, and has a 2001 and a 2005 Prius. (He is selling the classic, but wanted to have both for a month or two of 'overlap' to compare them.) Even better, he lives on a 'ranch' in rural Eastern Oregon, so one can say that the Prius-to-person ratio is 2 over a 50 square mile area. (I know there is a neighborhood in Portland that has about 20 Priuses in 10 square blocks; that might win for 'Prius per square mile.')An04Prius said: