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September 14, 2005

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I own a Prius 2005 for less then a month now and love it.
The CA law has Toyota extend their warranty to I think it's 10 years and 150,000 miles instead of 8 years and 120,000 miles. If I were a manufacturer, I would fight for the shorter warranty also as it could cost me more money. From purely a business point of view, I don't blame them.

Think about it, Toyota already makes more of the most environmentally friendly vehicles then any other manufacturer. The fact they don't promote the environmentalist agenda is understandable. The environmentalists never consider a balance between technology and profitability. Profitability is not their concern even when employment is compromised.

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