(Recasts first sentence, adds details) DETROIT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. said on Thursday it will double the number of Prius hybrid-electric cars that it sends to the U.S. market to 100,000 units annually next year, making it the Japanese automaker's third best-selling sedan. Rising U.S. gasoline prices have boosted demand for the Japan-made Prius sedan, which can get up to 55 miles per gallon. Buyers in some parts of the United States wait up to six months for their cars ...
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