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Old 30 Jan 2012, 05:24 am   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody with practical experience with the Prius wagon (2012)?
I am considering one this summer.
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Old 30 Jan 2012, 09:32 am   #2 (permalink)
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"Thibaud Taudin Chabot" wrote in message
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Anybody with practical experience with the Prius wagon (2012)?
I am considering one this summer.
Thibaud

I looked at a very expensive "loaded" one at an area dealership. Aside from
some changes to the cockpit that eliminate some of my complaints about my
2010, it only holds a couple of more cubic feet of stuff than the hatchback.
I might use that extra space once or twice in a lifetime.


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Old 30 Jan 2012, 06:27 pm   #3 (permalink)
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On 1/30/2012 9:32 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
> "Thibaud Taudin Chabot" wrote in message
> news:4f266ffe$0$16290$e4fe514c@dreader37.news.xs4a ll.nl...
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> Anybody with practical experience with the Prius wagon (2012)?
> I am considering one this summer.
> Thibaud
>
> I looked at a very expensive "loaded" one at an area dealership. Aside
> from some changes to the cockpit that eliminate some of my complaints
> about my 2010, it only holds a couple of more cubic feet of stuff than
> the hatchback. I might use that extra space once or twice in a lifetime.
>
>



If you want a real laugh, look at the pricing of a plug-in Prius.


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Old 31 Jan 2012, 11:33 am   #4 (permalink)
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On 1/30/2012 9:32 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
> "Thibaud Taudin Chabot" wrote in message
> news:4f266ffe$0$16290$e4fe514c@dreader37.news.xs4a ll.nl...
>
> Anybody with practical experience with the Prius wagon (2012)?
> I am considering one this summer.
> Thibaud
>
> I looked at a very expensive "loaded" one at an area dealership. Aside
> from some changes to the cockpit that eliminate some of my complaints
> about my 2010, it only holds a couple of more cubic feet of stuff than
> the hatchback. I might use that extra space once or twice in a lifetime.
>
>



If you want a real laugh, look at the pricing of a plug-in Prius.

I did. Whew.

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Old 31 Jan 2012, 11:38 am   #5 (permalink)
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On 1/31/2012 11:33 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
> "News" wrote in message
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> On 1/30/2012 9:32 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
>> "Thibaud Taudin Chabot" wrote in message
>> news:4f266ffe$0$16290$e4fe514c@dreader37.news.xs4a ll.nl...
>>
>> Anybody with practical experience with the Prius wagon (2012)?
>> I am considering one this summer.
>> Thibaud
>>
>> I looked at a very expensive "loaded" one at an area dealership. Aside
>> from some changes to the cockpit that eliminate some of my complaints
>> about my 2010, it only holds a couple of more cubic feet of stuff than
>> the hatchback. I might use that extra space once or twice in a lifetime.
>>
>>

>
>
> If you want a real laugh, look at the pricing of a plug-in Prius.
>
> I did. Whew.
>



Looking for premiums like that, they must be inhaling battery pack fumes.

At many local electric rates a plug-in doesn't even make sense vs. $5
gasoline.
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Old 01 Feb 2012, 04:13 pm   #6 (permalink)
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On 1/31/2012 11:33 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
> "News" wrote in message
> news:UrWdnYYFFrzEurrSnZ2dnUVZ_oGdnZ2d@megapath.net ...
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> On 1/30/2012 9:32 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
>> "Thibaud Taudin Chabot" wrote in message
>> news:4f266ffe$0$16290$e4fe514c@dreader37.news.xs4a ll.nl...
>>
>> Anybody with practical experience with the Prius wagon (2012)?
>> I am considering one this summer.
>> Thibaud
>>
>> I looked at a very expensive "loaded" one at an area dealership. Aside
>> from some changes to the cockpit that eliminate some of my complaints
>> about my 2010, it only holds a couple of more cubic feet of stuff than
>> the hatchback. I might use that extra space once or twice in a lifetime.
>>
>>

>
>
> If you want a real laugh, look at the pricing of a plug-in Prius.
>
> I did. Whew.
>



Looking for premiums like that, they must be inhaling battery pack fumes.

At many local electric rates a plug-in doesn't even make sense vs. $5
gasoline.

If I lived where cabin A/C is seldom necessary and
If I had a daily 15 mile round trip commute and
If I could could charge this through my off-peak meter and
If the price was dropped $5000.00
this would make perfect sense at my present rate BUT
all of my electricity is generated by coal.



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Old 01 Feb 2012, 04:37 pm   #7 (permalink)
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On 2/1/2012 4:13 PM, Al Falfa wrote:
> "News" wrote in message
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> On 1/31/2012 11:33 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
>> "News" wrote in message
>> news:UrWdnYYFFrzEurrSnZ2dnUVZ_oGdnZ2d@megapath.net ...
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>> On 1/30/2012 9:32 AM, Al Falfa wrote:
>>> "Thibaud Taudin Chabot" wrote in message
>>> news:4f266ffe$0$16290$e4fe514c@dreader37.news.xs4a ll.nl...
>>>
>>> Anybody with practical experience with the Prius wagon (2012)?
>>> I am considering one this summer.
>>> Thibaud
>>>
>>> I looked at a very expensive "loaded" one at an area dealership. Aside
>>> from some changes to the cockpit that eliminate some of my complaints
>>> about my 2010, it only holds a couple of more cubic feet of stuff than
>>> the hatchback. I might use that extra space once or twice in a lifetime.
>>>
>>>

>>
>>
>> If you want a real laugh, look at the pricing of a plug-in Prius.
>>
>> I did. Whew.
>>

>
>
> Looking for premiums like that, they must be inhaling battery pack fumes.
>
> At many local electric rates a plug-in doesn't even make sense vs. $5
> gasoline.
>
> If I lived where cabin A/C is seldom necessary and
> If I had a daily 15 mile round trip commute and
> If I could could charge this through my off-peak meter and
> If the price was dropped $5000.00
> this would make perfect sense at my present rate BUT
> all of my electricity is generated by coal.
>
>
>



Proving once again that there is no free lunch.
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