Ha, I tend to think that about all contemporary cars. Traction control,
stability control, braking control, climate & lighting control, front and
rear sonar, motion-sensing self-adjusting cupholders...you might as well
drive them with a gamepad or the TV remote.
on 6/16/08 4:52 PM, Dodd, Kelvin at email@example.com wrote:
> I took a two day class on servicing the Prius and similar hybrids. I
> came away with the conclusion that they are not motor cars.
> They are robots with four wheels that you can ride in.
> Not that it's a bad thing, you just can't think of them, or treat them
> like regular cars.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> [mailto:email@example.com] On
>> Behalf Of Richard Ewald
>> Sent: Monday, June 16, 2008 4:44 PM
>> To: Max Heim
>> Cc: MG List
>> Subject: Re: [Mgs] Electric MGB
>> According to the Toyota website here in the US, a Prius
>> starts at $21,500.
>> I wouldn't call $1500 a lot to go from a home built, most
>> likely full of problems car to a brand new fully sorted car
>> with a warranty.
>> ::: Shrug:::
>> Your mileage may vary.
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