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2008 Toyota Prius Hybrid (135 words)
Every day, more and more people are discovering the great economy and value in the Toyota Prius.
So we're making it easier than ever to get behind the wheel of your very own, with savings of up to $2000 [2].
The Prius boasts an EPA-estimated combined city/highway rating of 46 miles per gallon [3] an Advanced Technology Partial Zero Emission Vehicle (AT-PZEV) rating resulting in nearly 70% fewer smog-forming emissions than the average new vehicle.
Toyota Prius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3816 words)
Toyota's goal for the Prius was to reduce the amount of emissions it produced and to be as energy-efficient as possible.
The Prius is designed to protect the battery from extreme discharge as well as over-charge and will utilize the engine as-necessary to maintain the optimum conditions for a long battery life.
Prius drivers in London, UK, are exempt from the £8 ($14) daily congestion charge (requires £10 per year registration).
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