Please inform me with your knowledge about the Prius. According to my accountant a hybrid is a bad economic decision unless you keep it for many years and by then you'll need new batteries and will be at even more of a deficit.seems they have more issues, first the frames of the tacos now this next up the truth about the pruis
Financially it is worse than this:Hmm. Definitely interesting. 8 models and 5 plants. Ouch. But, you can tell that that's good customer relations. Wonder how bad of a rap this will leave for Toyota?
I'm sure that your information is valid, but a larger carbon footprint than a HMMWV? That seems a little far fetched. And for my curiosity, how does it waste diesel?its the environmental cost about the pruirs sure it saves gas but wastes diesel fuel. its carbon foot print for 5 years is bigger then a Humvee for 10 years
the difference is the gas sticking is a massive safety hazard where as the nissan timing chain is not. still a very bold move that probably has take alot of number crunching to justify as the best solution.wow, thats stepping up to the plate,nissan wont even extend timing chain warranty.
I did hear that staement on the news recently.I'm sure that your information is valid, but a larger carbon footprint than a HMMWV? That seems a little far fetched. And for my curiosity, how does it waste diesel?
But, I do wonder how the environmentalists are going to feel about those batteries when they go flat lol.
This was when the "bean counters" made them do it. My cousin wrecked his Lexus and they replaced it and blamed it on the mats, how convenient. If it was so why did they replace the car?I think they were pretty much forced to do this freeze/recall.