|Nice little Toyota Prius|
A Nice Pretty Prius?
“Attractive” isn’t really a word we would use to describe the normal-size Prius, let alone the even-funkier Prius V people mover. While nowhere near as cool as the Prius C concept
from last year’s Detroit show, the production C isn’t half bad-looking.
The hatchback has clean styling punctuated by interesting details like
the tall vertical taillights, and its aggressive grille treatment
manages to avoid the fish face that characterizes the mugs of other
Priuses. With a 100.4-inch wheelbase and overall length of 157.3 inches,
a width of 66.7, and a height of 56.9, the Prius C is just a few inches
longer than Toyota’s own Yaris.
The interior combines signature Prius.
|Smallest Best Japanise Car For Africa|
|Hi everyone, it’s Maki here again. This is my first post on this blog in a few weeks, so let’s hope I can make this at least a little interesting to read.
These days, with fuel price and the prices of so many other things on the rise, many people are turning their attention to cost-efficient small cars. In fact, there are so many small hatchbacks in Japan today that it’s practically impossible to keep track of all their names.
And actually, these cars actually make a lot of sense: most of them can seat up to 5 people, carry luggage in the back (albeit not very large ones), require a refill only once in a blue moon, can effortlessly conquer narrow roads, and most importantly, will get you where you want to go. So, unless you need to drive on muddy hills, carry tons of luggage or have a large family, there is no need to own a big car; for many people, a small hatch can be just the kind of car they need.