I will not believe in anything like this until official announcement by Toyota/Scion/Lexus.
Companies that want a lot of market share and to turn a high profit instead of investing into a declining, niche market.
I think that it's been artifically driven down. It will definitely begin to increase again sometime soon.Yes but it's not what we used to pay, never will be. The price will keep increasing and decreasing.
Yes, but years ago Toyota realized that the sports car market would decline with the coming rise in gas prices. So guess what they did? They invested into the market for smaller and/or more fuel efficient cars:They've had a high market share for a long time. By eliminating sport models they alienate a percent of the market. Not good for business imo.
The Prius alone could break the 200,000 sales barrier by Dec. 31, which would be a first for a hybrid in the U.S. That means more new Priuses are sold than Ford Mustangs or Honda Odyssey minivans.
Toyota's smallest and lowest-priced car, the Yaris, is on pace to double its sales in 2007 over 2006. This could mean sales of the little Yaris could approach a respectable 100,000 this year, which is on par with the better-known, long-running Volkswagen Jetta.