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AMERICANS really are getting hysterical about saving gas. So much so that a used Toyota Prius now fetches more than a new one. The six-month waiting list means that a year-old, 10,000-mile example costs up to pounds 1,000 more than a brand-new unregistered example. Toyota dealers can't prepare their Priuses fast enough, and every single one is sold before it gets off the boat. Perhaps the banks should try their luck at trading Priuses rather than oil futures.
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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 3, 2008
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