Small Cars are HOT, Prius Hybrid Waiting Lists are Getting Longer

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Automakers Can't Keep Up with Small Car Demand
Sales of the Toyota Prius hybrid car are down 26% in June, but that's not because there is less demand for it, rather the opposite. Toyota just can't make them fast enough and waiting lists are getting longer, with about a six month average. And that might just be the start: "In a J.D. Power survey, 72 percent of U.S. consumers said they were interested in buying a hybrid."

Honda Becomes #3 in US Thanks to Small Cars
Honda swam upstream and, unlike other automakers, actually sold more cars, outselling Chrysler for the second consecutive month in June to become #3 in the U.S. market thanks to record demand for its Fit subcompact car and Civic sedan (which is also available as a hybrid). Small cars are back, but how about we have more Ciclovia-style street closures too? Via Reuters

Small Cars are HOT, Prius Hybrid Waiting Lists are Getting Longer
Automakers Can't Keep Up with Small Car Demand Sales of the Toyota Prius hybrid car are down 26% in June, but that's not because there is less demand for it, rather the opposite. Toyota just can't make them fast enough and waiting lists are getting

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