Prius+ (wagon)

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Old 17 Apr 2013, 03:53 am   #1 (permalink)
Thibaud Taudin Chabot
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I now own a Prius+ (wagon, 7 seat).
Any suggestions?
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Old 18 Apr 2013, 12:18 pm   #2 (permalink)
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replying to Thibaud Taudin Chabot , passerby wrote:
> tchabot wrote:
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> I now own a Prius+ (wagon, 7 seat).
> Any suggestions?
>


Err.. Take good care of it? I don't know, what kind of a suggestion you are
looking for?

In general though, not too many people drive 7 people around often (or ever),
so if you aren't one of such drivers, getting a car bigger than you actually
need kinda defeats the purpose of getting a Prius in the first place. OTOH, I
never knew Prius Wagon/Prius+/Prius V sits 7 - does it really?

So, how do you like it so far?

My own second gen Prius is getting up there in milage and I am starting to
think about a suitable replacement. Actually thinking about the smallest "c" -
kids are away in college, most times there would only be 2 people in it.


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Old 07 May 2013, 08:08 pm   #3 (permalink)
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passerby wrote:
> replying to Thibaud Taudin Chabot , passerby wrote:
>> tchabot wrote:
>>
>> I now own a Prius+ (wagon, 7 seat). Any suggestions?

>
> Err.. Take good care of it? I don't know, what kind of a suggestion you are
> looking for?
>
> In general though, not too many people drive 7 people around often (or
> ever),
> so if you aren't one of such drivers, getting a car bigger than you
> actually
> need kinda defeats the purpose of getting a Prius in the first place.
> OTOH, I
> never knew Prius Wagon/Prius+/Prius V sits 7 - does it really?
>
> So, how do you like it so far?
>
> My own second gen Prius is getting up there in milage and I am starting to
> think about a suitable replacement. Actually thinking about the smallest
> "c" -
> kids are away in college, most times there would only be 2 people in it.
>
>

I have ca 137K miles on my 2nd-gen Prius and am eying the wagons.
I collect books and am often buying bookcases. I figure the
wagon would make that a tad easier. Also, I'd love to get rid of
some of the sloping glass.

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