Posted by on January 24, 2007, 7:27 pm
If vehicle life is determined by parts availability (and I'm not saying it
is for sure) then if Toyota says 10 years, that quote could be understood as
their legal requirement to supply parts. And *if* that's true, whoever Phil
personally spoke to is manipulating the facts. I think it's also called a
little white lie.
Pure speculation on my part (no pun intended).
Posted by Michael Pardee on January 25, 2007, 12:58 am
The only one I can think of is Rolls Royce. They used to say a Rolls is
designed to last 50 years and that it was the last car anybody had to buy,
but that was a while ago.
Posted by pacificdays on January 25, 2007, 4:45 pm
On Wed, 24 Jan 2007 10:09:10 -0700, Michelle Steiner
Longer than the expected life span of a lesbian "relationship."
In 2004, the first lesbian couple married in Canada, the ones
responsible as to why homosexual marriages are legal in Canada, now
wanted a divorce but they were unable to because there is nothing in
the law permitting a divorce among homosexual spouses. What does this
say to us? They were together for decades and couldn't stand each
other for a week of marriage once their queer fantasy popped and the
reality set in that they were sinning against nature.
Wonder who shifted the "stick" in that relationship. LOL.
Posted by Bob Wilson on January 27, 2007, 12:58 am
Wrong web sites:
These fleet reports show:
- Department of Energy achieved more than 160,000 miles for hybrids
- Canadian Prius taxi with over 332,000 km
Then you can also go to Ebay and look at the used Prius mileage. In
short, we're seeing mileage exceed 109,000 miles and everyday, they get