The only thing a prius is useful for is for pulling those eco mentalist girls. The question however is...ydo you really want to do that?
And on a brignt side, even if its a toyota, at least it will never accelarate out of control...the two tiny engines in it are barely enough to get it over the speed limit, nothing a quick tap on the brakes cant fix
Registered: Dec 2003
Location: Absinthe Party at the Fly Honey Warehouse
Originally posted by Lira
This is what I want, but they're outrageously expensive here in Brazil
Registered: Nov 2001
Location: Brasilia, Brazil and Manaus, Brazil
Originally posted by Danny Ocean
Yeah, I heard it hits on cars of the same sex.
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Registered: Aug 2005
Originally posted by Arbiter
If it were free I would probably opt to own one. It would certainly be convenient on occasion.
But as things stand I think I would have to be very wealthy indeed before I couldn't find a better use for my money.
Cars are extremely expensive to own in the city here, mostly because of parking. Parking = $750/month
Originally posted by bas
we're just rolling in that sweet sweet Beatport chedda SON. I PUT DIAMONDS IN MY SALT SHAKER SO I CAN HAVE CRUSHED DIAMONDS ON MY FOOD...it makes my dookie twinkle!!!
Registered: Nov 2000
Location: Maximum Security twilight home for cats
Originally posted by DRM
You do realise that by owning a Prius you are pretty much doing nothing of the sort?
In terms of MPG that they return then you'd find a Golf 2.0 TDI more economical.
They also stop when they're supposed too
I'm not a VW fan, but the little 2L diesels where quite good, had one for a few days for a test drive when looking around for a domestic run-about. About the only thing I didn't like was the interior which looks like it fell out of an american car (plastic and naff) and diesel is stinky. Parts here are also very expensive.
the sky is falling
Registered: Oct 2002
Location: TX TA #3 5p4c3 C!ty