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TOYOTA PRIUS II NHW20 Petrol engine cuts in more than I expected

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TOYOTA PRIUS II NHW20 How can one change climate controller motor. it goes on even though the petrol engine is off.

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TOYOTA PRIUS II NHW20 Jolt when petrol engine switches off

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TOYOTA PRIUS II NHW20 Engine Conversion Unleaded Petroleum (petro) to diesel

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TOYOTA PRIUS how does the petrol engine start

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TOYOTA PRIUS II NHW20 New Prius 06 pkg3 camera (silver)

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FOUND THIS IN THE WSJ I CANT BELIEVE IT The Wall Street Journal By Holman W. Jenkins Jr. Nov. 30 3005 We at the toyota Motor Corporation are writing to address certain misconceptions that have arisen about your toyota prius model which we are proud to note is driven by many celebrities including Prince Charles and HBOs Larry David. Our pioneering gasoline-electric hybrid introduced in 1999 has become

a top speed of over 140. I think we are headed down a pure electric road. The trend over the next 10 years will be FI o 4 and 6 cyldinder engines and phasing out 8 cyclinders except for the most exclusive cars. Even the ford mustang is droppin their V8 and going to v6 FI in the next few years. After 10 years ago when serious EPA restrictions kick in-the electric will take over however will be no prius-but

a top speed of over 140. I think we are headed down a pure electric road. The trend over the next 10 years will be FI o 4 and 6 cyldinder engines and phasing out 8 cyclinders except for the most exclusive cars. Even the ford mustang is droppin their V8 and going to v6 FI in the next few years. After 10 years ago when serious EPA restrictions kick in-the electric will take over however will be no prius-but

TOYOTA YARIS No Prius. And Now No Diesel

If you want a diesel option for your Yaris...well...forget it Dieself fuel in NJ is going for 3.69 a gallon and gas can be had for 2.99. So the diesel option doesnt save you any money just like a prius doesnt save you any money (over a Yaris) That 70 cent premium for diesel in effect cancels any mileage benefit. That along with the added cost of buying the diesel option makes it cost MORE (far more)

that is the one thing I give diesel props on they last practically forever. being a true petrol-head though I just cant get past the funky noise. gasolline engines just sound better D

TOYOTA YARIS Yokohama Orange You Glad

These will fit 15 Yaris Any one with comments Yokohama site httpyokohamatire.comtirese-spec.aspx The following article is from Edmunds httpblogs.insideline.comstraight...-friendly.html Yokohama Orange Oil Tires Environmentally Friendly By Albert Austria November 26 2009 Yokohama Tire Corporation recently had the U.S introduction of the dB Super E-spec the first tire formulated with orange oil. Oil

TOYOTA TACOMA redesign year

Tacoma redesign has been moved to the year 2013. 4 more years

a truck to me. Yes the Tesla is impressive but Id take the Ariel Atom 500 over it any day of the week even if it is a tad slower. When the tech gets there... Im all for it. Its no where near ready for a truck imo. Yes there needs to be some production to learn and grow experience... But is there any reason the vehicle has to look like crap in the process Also these people that think driving a prius

a truck to me. Yes the Tesla is impressive but Id take the Ariel Atom 500 over it any day of the week even if it is a tad slower. When the tech gets there... Im all for it. Its no where near ready for a truck imo. Yes there needs to be some production to learn and grow experience... But is there any reason the vehicle has to look like crap in the process Also these people that think driving a prius

a truck to me. Yes the Tesla is impressive but Id take the Ariel Atom 500 over it any day of the week even if it is a tad slower. When the tech gets there... Im all for it. Its no where near ready for a truck imo. Yes there needs to be some production to learn and grow experience... But is there any reason the vehicle has to look like crap in the process Also these people that think driving a prius

TOYOTA YARIS New owner that is confused

Hi Everyone Ive had my new car for a couple of weeks now - its a Yaris 1.3 SR -) Im sure this has been asked before so sorry if Im going over old ground... Firstly - seriously - do you really stop the car at every traffic light Is there a guide on how long the stop should be in order for it to be efficient For example some of the lights near us change after about 30 seconds. Others take a lot longer...

be correct. It said I had 0 for at least two miles as I limped to the closest petrol station I think I am going to agree with the comment about not watching the miles... It does make everything more stressful Thanks everyone Sue You must have the new 1.33l Yaris which has in-built StopStart technology. It automatically shuts off the engine and you dont need to worry about this breaking down as toyota

TOYOTA YARIS More Yaris diesels out here

Hi for those who havent seen me on this forum Im Christian from the Netherlands and i live in the beautiful medieval city Breda But this what you guys are interested in I have the toyota Yaris 1.4 D-4d 90 BHP with 190 Nm thats 7182 ft-lbs. Maybe im going to let it chiptune but maybe ill wait when TTE (toyotaTeamEurope) has the original. The turbodiesel Yaris is easy to drive fuel economic and very

Quote Originally Posted by Nigal We Yanks tend to gravitate towards the hybrid cars. The prius is so popular here. It suffers the same thing the diesels do price vs. savings. If you sit down and crunch the numbers the extra cash you put out for a prius is more than youd save on gas. The extra money you normally spend on a diesel is the same way but at least with a diesel the engine should last forever

KIA RIO III Getting sick of these my car has crap fuel consumption posts

Im seeing a common theme here and it seems that logic is escaping everyone... to have fun in a car (full throttle starts etc.) that requires the motor to work hard and for it to work hard it needs energy. That energy is fuel be it petrol (gasoline) or diesel. Now think of it this way youre off running at a fast pace and you get tired quickly. Thats because you have used up most of your energy storage.

5spd manual 1.2tonne total weight. Thats not much engine for a lot of car. My 12 Octavia vRS TDI runs 6L100km average. 2ltr turbo-diesel 6spd manual 1.5tonne total weight. Thats a lot of torque for relatively not much car. My Octy gets better economy because to get anywhere I dont have to put my foot down to work it harder. Here watch this. It will honestly explain EVERYTHING. BMW M3 against toyota

BMW Z4 E85 E86 E85 Ethanol in a Punto

I have a 2000 Mk 2 8v 1.2 Punto Active and Ive been using varying amounts of E85 fuel (Ethanol) with over the past few months. I havent made an engine modifications. I started with 5 litres of E85 and filling the rest of the tank with ordinary petrol. Im now up to a 50-50 mix of E85 and petrol. I havent noticed any ill effects apart from a bit of rough running after a few weeks which I put down to

Carbury have been making ethanol in this way for about 30 years and over the past few years Maxol have been taking 25% of their product to produce their E85. Very green indeed when compared to other countries where food crops are turned into ethanol. The C02 emissions from my un-modified Punto are from a renewable resource so the Puntos carbon footprint is only a fraction of that of a green toyota

BMW SERIES 3 E90 E91 E92 E93 Is a diesel 3-series on the horizon

Diesel (a new cleaner diesel soon to be available in the US) is supposed to be environmental efficient and powerful. Diesel is already popular in europe and BMW makes lots of them. So Does anyone know if plans exist to introduce diesel models in the US and if so what models and when If I knew one was on the immediate horizon I might put off a purchase until that time.

5.7 urban4.1 extra-urban4.7 combined (L 100 km - 415750 mpg). It also has 143 hp and gobs low end of diesel torque. I can confirm that those numbers are fairly accurate after driving said model for a full week. 0-100 kmh in around 9 seconds with an indicated top speed (as I tested it) well in excess of 200 kmh. Thats a much better combination of performance and fuel economy than youd get from a toyota

to diesel engines yet these types of vehicles are gaining in popularity. In 2007 56 percent of consumers said they would consider a hybrid says Mike Omotoso senior manager of powertrain forecasting for JD Power and Associates. In 2008 that number went up to 62 percent he says. The specific cost penalty of both hybrids and diesels depends on which car manufacturer you ask. Jim Lentz the head of toyotas

BMW SERIES 3 E90 E91 E92 E93 How Reliable are Bimmers

Pretty much as the subject states...how reliable are they Ive been wanting a bimmer for 20 years and am looking at the 320D Coupe M Sport or perhaps SE depending on the ride. I remember 20 years ago when a friend of mine had a 5 series and they just seemed very reliable I guess that was what you were paying for...is it still the same with these motors or am I just being delusional

do so. I give oil changes inbetween scheduled service and replace out engine & cabin air filters in between scheduled changes. Thats probably why my E53 went over 150000 miles and still going strong. My E90 AWD petrol went over 100000 miles when I sold it with no problems. Now I have a new E90 Diesel and love that even more. Driving the diesel is amazing I have a super torque engine that passes toyota

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Am I asking too much

So lots of the folks here helped me when buying my new 210. I listed my old one on the local craigslist and have only gotten one call (in about a month). I think people are afraid of the high mileage 264000 miles. I was going to take 3000. Is it too much Im honestly not trying to drum up a sale just seeking your input yet again. Ive put almost that much into her this past year it is below blue book

It can be rewarding financially but with lot of work time and patience. Point is that your engine with 260k has basically 0 value while the rest of the car can still sell well. The valuable parts multiplied by 0 makes what you do the math. he has 264000 miles 424000 kilometer on his E320 with M112 engine. 424K is really not a lot. Lots of Taxis in China retires at 700000km and even retired toyota

BMW SERIES 5 F10 F11 Bad News For A Few Of Us

Wellits bad news for me at least.Attended the North American Auto Show in Detroit today and learned from the rep at the BMW exhibit that it isin factlikely that an F10 diesel will be arriving in the US later this year but his understanding is that itll be powered by a 4 cylinder engine.Having fallen in love with the combination of pin-you-back-in-your seat torque with 42 mpg on the highway I was looking

and the 528 at 2232 it makes sense to bring over this powerplant for this vehicle. Not sure how the 4 pot sounds but having driven the X5 35d I have to say I was VERY pleasantly surprised at how it sounded. As for how it drove my comment to my wife after driving was why would anyone buy the petrol engine in this thing. Not bad at all... didnt some british car magazine did a comparison - 520d to toyota

NISSAN Long review on our Versa...

(SL wCVT) My wife and I took an eight-hour round trip road trip for some camping... I have to say I love this car as a highway cruiser. My wife commutes to work about 50 miles round trip and she has gotten as high as 34mpg. Our trip averaged 30mpg over almost 500 miles. Im pleased with that considering I was doing 75 with the AC on and the car had about 1000 miles on it. engine 122 hp feels just about

on the highway back then with that car and most new cars now arent any better. My cousins old Volkswagen deisel mini-pickup got 55 mpg. Even todays hybrids arent matching that. The technology is there but I believe manufacturers refuse to implement it for three primary reasons 1. They keep pandering to the consumer that wants bigger and faster because theres more profit margin in it. Even the toyota

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