HALF MOON BAY, CA – Toyota expects its new Prius V 5-passenger wagon to draw buyers – primarily young families – out of utility vehicles, midsize sedans and other wagons, but not the existing Prius liftback. Owning the current Prius is all about achieving high fuel efficiency, while the V model will appeal to “buyers who value space and fuel efficiency equally, but don’t require a third row,” Bob Carter, group vice president and general manager-Toyota Div., tells media here at a Prius V ...
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