Only to have her laugh at you as a rav4 blasts around you on the next straightaway while wirelessly charging their phones and enjoying e90mpg as you struggle to make it 400mi between tanks.A nice quiet tranquil drive from busy streets to a dreamy country side in a premium CX-5 with your model wife gazing out the window to grassy pastures and rainbows.
And then you embrace your inner Clark Griswold and do this:Only to have her laugh at you as a rav4 blasts around you on the next straightaway while wirelessly charging their phones and enjoying e90mpg as you struggle to make it 400mi between tanks.
Don't think it will be that extreme. Probably around $32-35k for the base Prime model if I had to guess. The Prius Prime isn't that much of an increase over the regular Prius. Plus, with the Rav4 like the Prius, it will be eligible for a the federal rebate. I've seen rumors the battery size is 17.8KW, which I think would make it qualify for the full $7,500 rebate, which will greatly drop the price, below that of even a gas or hybrid version. Same thing is going on for the Prius, the Primes with the rebate are cheaper than the regular version.Guessing the MSRP is going to be north of $40k. Having just purchased the gas version, I take a little comfort knowing I likely couldn*t afford this Prime trim, lol
It's not that, it's the continual snowflake whining. Oh, VW is coming out with 300hp, Mazda sucks.No, you're right. Asking a car manufacturer we like to keep their vehicles updated and offer products we are willing to pay for is waaaaaaay to much. Bring back the 626...amiritefam?