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there's a thread or two here on a simple fix but it eliminates the coolant heating. that's the way most are going because of cost
right. i have read they are still more difficult for some reason, and now gen 5 is back in the hatch to make room for a bigger engine.
not only are the approvedaftermarket cats expensive, i read they are back ordered along with oem's?
i would put a donut in the middle, cut some foam for the sides, and a piece of 3/4 ply for the floor with carpet on top
what is your average range?
could be a lot of things. any trouble lights?
how many miles?
has the egr circuit been cleaned?
when the battery is low, you're asking more...
and 2008. they are all about the same, and of course, the newer and lower the miles the better.
you could bury it under the concrete like a mafia hit ;)
i realize that, and didn't mention those two points in my cons.
i don't think toyotas ideal prius prime will sell in great numbers, but only time...
it's a discussion about pros and cons, of course they are personal to everyone. not many care what toyotas reasons are for doing something or not....
earlier on, people were translating that to 25 miles x 1.5 = 37.5 miles.
since most get more than the epa 25 in gen 4 outside of winter, it is...
no. firstly, it won't fit, although you can certainly customize something taking up hatch space.
secondly, the bms won't work.
thirdly, it won't...
pretty sure tht's how much it cost in gen 4. a lot of people did their own custom thing because of cost.
there's always salvage down the road
i mean i think it is the computer giving a different shade. in person, they likely (or should) all look the same.
i am only interested with what i can buy here. i comment on what they sell here. the fact they we get what they design for japan makes no...