Saturday, April 23, 2011

2011 Toyota Prius

I actually own a Prius and got to drive the new one for 2011, its a better drive, and some of the features like the interior are 10x better than previous models. Its not going to win races but driving from Pennsylvania to New Jersey was a breeze.  Filled up my gas tank once!!!

In addition, the 2011 Prius will be a virtual rerun of the 2010 Toyota Prius. It’ll retain its 50-plus-mpg rating and innovative options such as a solar-powered ventilation system. The 2011 Prius represents the third-generation version of the world’s most recognizable hybrid. Following a best-selling hybrid by far. Its ahead of its time in my book.
Note: The batteries last about 10 years (or I think about 80,000 to 100,000 miles not really sure on miles) and it costs around $8,000 to $10,000 to replace one. This is the most expensive thing to replace in these cars. However, if you think about it you will most likely not be keeping the car for that long with all the advances they are making. Therefore, you will most likely not ever replace the batteries.


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