What has happened to Toyata Prius car?

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  1. laswi profile image60
    laswiposted 8 years ago

    What has happened to Toyata Prius - the best-selling hybrid car in the world and Toyota's flagship model? Toyota has discovered there were design problems with the antilock brake system.

    1. NewYorker profile image58
      NewYorkerposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Those cars were, have always been and will always be - hideous shit.

    2. alexandriaruthk profile image75
      alexandriaruthkposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      TOYOTA made cars are still reliable, as well as HONDA, ASIAN CARS rock!

      These are just small problems and we all hope they can survive this prob.

  2. Pearldiver profile image78
    Pearldiverposted 8 years ago

    This Model has been Dumped from their range and discussions have been taking place between Toyota and the old Fiat designers, to re-introduce the Fiat Bambina with a retractible power plug and lead; to replace the Prius.

  3. MikeNV profile image78
    MikeNVposted 8 years ago

    http://autos.yahoo.com/articles/autos_c … ut-toyota/

    All manufacturers have quality control issues.  Cars are assembled from parts from many manufacturers.

    So there is a problem, and they fix it.  So?

  4. tobey100 profile image61
    tobey100posted 8 years ago

    Simple.  People are finding out they've been sold a bill of goods regarding these 'green' cars.  They're a joke and owners are having buyers remorse.  There are literally hundreds of Prius on used car lots all through and around Nashville.  All hype, no meat.

  5. I am DB Cooper profile image64
    I am DB Cooperposted 8 years ago

    For the most part, it's a software problem. Toyota has a solution and will probably be implementing it on Toyota cars in the coming weeks. I don't know of many Prius drivers who are having buyers remorse, even with the current acceleration problems. If the used car lots in Nashville are filling up with used Priuses, the sellers probably should have gone somewhere else to sell their car. They've got fantastic resale value in most of the country. I just took a quick look on eBay, and I'm seeing 3-year-old Priuses selling for $13,000 - $16,000.

  6. pylos26 profile image75
    pylos26posted 8 years ago

    DB...did you invest your "booty" wisely?

  7. laszlon profile image54
    laszlonposted 7 years ago

    Nothing has happened to the Prius. You can still go into a Toyota dealer and buy one right now.

 
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