In 2017, Toyota sold 1.52 million electrified vehicles, which put them 3 years ahead in their target sales numbers. Needless to say, electric Toyota vehicles are a major hit.
Perhaps you’re looking to purchase a new vehicle, and you want to reduce your carbon footprint. For those who are looking for a new vehicle that’s fuel-efficient, look no farther than the Toyota Prius Hybrid! Read on to find out all about this fantastic car.
Great Fuel Economy
One of the most obvious benefits of the Toyota Prius Hybrid is its fantastic fuel economy. Considering it runs partially on electricity, this takes off a major dependency on petrol.
In the city, you’ll get 58 MPG and on the highway, you’ll get 53 MPG. Considering the average sedan gets around 30 MPG either in the city or on the highway, you’re getting almost double the MPG! This vehicle has the highest MPG rating of all vehicles the EPA’s examined.
The ‘Mini’ Car or Kei car as it is correctly called in Japan category originated in the Post war era of the Second World War, when most of the Japanese public could not afford a full sized vehicle, yet many had enough money to purchase a motorbike. So to promote the growth of the car industry, the kei car category was introduced by the Government. The category was originally limited to a tiny 150 cc then in 1949, dimensions and engine size limitations were slowly expanded to tempt more car manufacturers to produce the kei cars. In 1955 the engine size was increased to 360 cc as the upper limit, and so the Kei class began taking off, with cars from Suzuki and Subaru 360, saw the first mass [...]
The Toyota MR2 is a 2 seat, mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive sports car manufacturd by Toyota, introduced in 1983 until July 2007. There are 3 different generations of the MR2: Generation 1 is from 1983–1989, with angular, origami-like lines, the Generation 2 was from year 1990–1999, which had styling that some compared to a Ferrari 355, and lastly Generation 3 from year 2000–2007, which looked like the Porsche Boxster. It was designed to be a small powerful, nippy sport car, with an economical powerplant, but sporty in style and handling. All 3 Generations were 2 seats small engines 1600- 2000cc and extreme fun! The first generation MR2 also had a Supercharged version and has now bcome quite collectable, prices can only spiralupwards. The Generation 2 version also had a turbo charged version whish was extremely powerful and fantastic acceleration for a small low cost sports car.
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