Would you buy a Prius again? Why or why not? :?:
I wish I could convince my son to just sit in a Prius but he thinks they are a pile of xhit. And he complains non-stop that he doesn't have any money for gasoline to travel anywhere with his gas-hog Toyota 4Runner V8 4WD!Tideland Prius said:Yes I would. It's packaged efficiently, runs efficiently and frankly is all I can ever ask in a car. Of course, it doesn't have the luxury things such as leather, moonroof and power heated front seats with memory but it more than makes up for it in cool high tech toys. If they keep the liftback design, I'll be back for another. It just makes sense and I don't know why it took so long for manufacturers to bring these kind of vehicles over.
What "brands and systems" are you suggesting might "be available that will make look the synergy drive not competitive"? Hydrogen technology?Diesel-electric hybrid? In any case, sounds like an interesting future!rmarchena said:Maybe I won't.
By the time I get in the move to get another car, I don't think I'll look to a Prius. The technology will be that developed by that time, that the advance Prius that you look at today, will be obsolete tomorrow. Other brands and systems will be available that will make look the synergy drive not competitive.
Maybe I won't....
What horror story do you have to relate? :evil:melgish said:Not from Toyota of Melbourne
But I wouldn't buy any *other* car from there again either...
Yes.dzitlow said:Would you buy a Prius again? Why or why not? :?:
I think your comments underscore why Consumer Reports states that buyer satisfaction with their Prius exceeds that of any other auto by a significant margin!BIF said:Yes.dzitlow said:Would you buy a Prius again? Why or why not? :?:
The list is far too long, so I'll give you my top five reasons:
1) I want to burn less fuel. I'm getting about 47-50 MPG (lifetime 47+).
2) I needed a bigger car. This one is comfortable for me and three friends of my chosing. Usually, I just transport my music junk around and leave the friends at home... :shock:
3) I love new technology, and it was time to get something other than a sports car for a change.
4) Toyotas are dependable, last longer, and are cheaper to maintain than GM or Ford cars. And I never ever EVER want to work on any of my cars again. Ever. Did I say never? That too.
5) I despise, disrespect, and lo, even hate cars from "General Morons." Ooooh, who typed that? That's just mean! :roll: Obviously, I'm only referring to the planners and upper managers....