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Toyota Prius is Tops in Terms of New Car Value


Each year, Consumer Reports creates a list of the Best and Worst New-Car values, and there have always been rather traditional and popular subcompacts atop that list. This year, however, those gasoline-powered models had to switch gears and make room for the Toyota Prius, which became the first hybrid-powered vehicle to top the annual list. The magazine even reports that the cost to operate the Prius (about 49 cents per mile) is about half that of a conventional vehicle.


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Toyota Prius Proves Popular Across the Globe


Have you seen a trend on the roads in Owings Mills, MD lately? You may have noticed an elevated number of Toyota Prius vehicles cruising the streets. It's no coincidence, as R & H Toyota can tell you that Prius sales are currently way up!  As gasoline prices continue to stay elevated, more consumers are choosing fuel-efficient vehicles, and the several different Prius models are certainly some of the most efficient on the market.


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Toyota Presents the All-New 2012 Yaris, Available Now at R&H Toyota


The Toyota Yaris has been on the market for a while now, and during its run, this compact liftback has provided drivers with cost-efficient style, a sporty design, and great fuel efficiency. In April 2012, sales for the all-new 2012 Toyota Yaris were up 140 percent vs. April 2011, with overall sales up 70 percent so far in 2012, due to its impressive features.


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The New Shorter, Lighter Toyota Prius Available March 2012

While many of us are concerned about our impact on the environment (or "carbon footprint" as it's sometimes called), we also have issues paying top-dollar for hybrid or electric vehicle models. For us, there's great news from Toyota. The smaller, cheaper Prius c will make its debut this month- making hybrid technology available to the masses. The new subcompact has a low starting MSRP around $19k. A grad "Three" variant (featuring a better audio system and a navigation system) is available for only $21,635, and a grade "Four" (the highest trim, featuring alloy wheels and heated seats…

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Toyota Prius Passes Chevy Volt in First Ten Weeks of Sales

Everyone loves the 2012 Toyota Prius family, and we mean everyone. So much, in fact, that the new 2012 Prius v outsold the Chevy Volt in its first ten weeks on the market.  The Prius v premiered in late October 2011 and managed to rack up sales numbers of 8,399 delivered units within six weeks, while the Volt only managed numbers of 7,671 units in the same time span.

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Leaked Brochure for 2013 Toyota Prius C Surfaces Online

The Toyota Prius family is growing with models like the 2012 Toyota Prius v and 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid on the way. However, another, lesser known model is on its way as well, and it's set to debut in December at the Tokyo Motor Show. We are, of course, talking about the compact hatchback version of the ever-popular Toyota Hybrid, the 2013 Toyota Prius C.

Previously, R & H Toyota had seen images of?

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Toyota Employs Robots to Build New Camry

Unlike its competitors, Toyota Camry's price tag has remained relatively unchanged, even with most prices on everything experiencing inflation. Here is the real kicker; Toyota has successfully lowered the price on the Camry by about two percent, year over year.

You might be wondering how this is possible in this economy. If you think about it long an hard, you may still not be able to come up with the answer, which of course…

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Toyota Prius Plug-In - On Sale, Starting in October

At this month's Frankfurt Motor Show, Toyota showcased their new Prius Plug-In Hybrid. Thanks to the plug-in component the new Toyota Prius variant offers about 11.2 miles more in range compared to its conventional Prius counterpart.

Even more exciting, the 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid requires only two-and-a-half  to three hours to charge, using a standard outlet -half that, if using a 240V circuit. To put this into perspective, some EV brands can…

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Toyota Plug-In Hybrid Delivers 36-Percent Better Fuel Economy Compared to Best-In-Class Diesel

Japanese automaker, Toyota, has just released interim results from testing of the forthcoming 2012 Plug-In Hybrid Prius executed in the UK, in cooperation with EDF Energy. And, while the three-year assessment isn't yet finished, initial data from participating London-based organizations, offer substantial evidence that the Plug-In Hybrid Prius will be everything Toyota promised it would be and more.

Toyota Plug-In Hybrid Test Results At a Glance

-          Average journey distance: 17.3 miles
-          Average recharge…
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