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Toyota Prius Plug-In Wagon, from BestCar via Woody's Car Site

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We've known for a while that Toyota plans to introduce more Prius body styles to expand the reach of its most recognized and iconic hybrid car. Now, images of a possible 2011 Toyota Prius station wagon have hit the media. At least in Japan.

Woody Thompson, proprietor of Woody's Car Site, points us to an image he reproduced from BestCar, a Kanji-language magazine from Japan. Last August, that same magazine had also featured an artist's rendering of a Prius Coupe.

New body style and plug-in ?!?!?

The most interesting thing about the latest Prius station-wagon image is that it has the same graphics as the Toyota Prius Plug-In that Toyota showed at this year's Frankfurt Auto Show in September.

Toyota Prius station wagon, from BurlappCars.com

Toyota Prius station wagon, from BurlappCars.com

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Toyota Prius station wagon, from BurlappCars.com

Toyota Prius station wagon, from BurlappCars.com

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Prius Coupe Rendering

Prius Coupe Rendering

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Toyota will provide 150 test versions of the plug-in Prius to European fleets, and the same number in the States. The first Prius Plug-Ins will be delivered by the end of the year, but Toyota hasn't said when retail customers will be able to get their hands on a factory-built plug-in Prius.

Real, or rendering?

Frankly, we can't tell if the station-wagon photo shows a real car or is only an artist's rendering. But a recent article in the Japanese newspaper Yomiuri says Toyota plans to sell a larger Prius, either a station wagon or sport utility vehicle, by the end of next year.

More interesting yet, Yomiuri says the new Prius variant will use a lithium-ion battery pack, rather than the nickel-metal-hydride cells used in every Prius to date.

So this looks it could be that car, doesn't it? Perhaps a wagon body style could compensate for any load space lost to the larger battery pack needed for a plug-in.

More Prius pics

This got us thinking, and we checked another site with images of cars that often don't hit U.S. media, BurlappCars.com. Indeed, it had not one but two images of the Prius wagon, one last April and a newer one from September. But, neither had the plug-in graphics.

Here again, it's unclear whether these are photos of actual cars or just artists' renderings of what a Prius wagon might look like. Neither story has any details on the cars.

Toyota testing: claim

But one Burlapp commenter said, "That is the car that I saw a couple of times already. Once in Sherman Oaks and once in Glendale." Both are Los Angeles suburbs where Toyota--based in Torrance, California--might test a prototype of the 2011 Toyota Prius wagon.

It's no secret that Toyota has been considering a wagon concept for awhile. Its Hybrid X concept, first shown at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, took the high-tail look to new heights in a low, sleek form that could be interpreted as either a hatchback or a wagon.

Would a wagon sell in the U.S.?

Meanwhile, while station wagons remain popular in Europe, the very term "station wagon" seems to be marketing poison in the U.S.

So we leave you with a question: Would you prefer a 2011 Toyota Prius station wagon over the hatchback version? Would you buy either one? Leave us a comment, below.

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  1. I would buy a Prius wagon in the blink of an eye if it had better fuel efficiency than my Honda Insight (~4.8 l/ 100 km) and was fairy reasonably priced.
     
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  2. My Sister would be interested in the wagon...
    ...tho I'd prefer the Coupe - or even a Prius Convertible (assuming it's a 4-seater)
     
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  3. This is great news because it means lithium batteries will probably appear in the "regular" Prius by 2012, which should boost the mileage another 10% or so... I find the hatchback has plenty of space so I don't see needing a wagon and wonder if this will even come to the US...
     
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  4. I was holding out for a Camry hybrid electric station wagon when my previous vehicle passed the point of economical repair--that was in late 2002, and I bought a Camry sedan. We could still use a midsize station wagon; the ideal complement would be a fully electric vehicle powered with an EESTOR ultracapacitor.
     
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  5. Prius seems better, and Toyota has become the largest battery manufactory, so I trust it.
     
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  6. Let's not go there, EESTOR ultracapacitor don't exist. It's just a bunch of claims on paper by a businessman who has been living off investors expense the last 20 years.
    he is complimented by a blogger with a bag over his head, "baghead" who pumps EESTor.
     
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  7. make the venza a hybrid, toyota.
    please.
     
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  8. Even after following Eestor for over a year now, I'm still 50/50. It's something or its nothing. Dick Wier promises the big reveal before the end of the year. Oh, look, a Monkey flew right out of my behind. As far as the Prius Wagon goes, I think they'd sell a bunch of them in the US if they were priced correctly and had enough power to get the whole baseball team up to speed on the entrance ramp.
     
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  9. Anyone who mentions EEStor as if it is legit, is either very naive or a stock pump and dumper - probably someone with close ties to the Paradigm Capital bucket shop.
     
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  10. I drive a 2002 Prius now. I have not bought the current Prius hatchback because of the split rear glass, which I think is plain stupid and Consumer Reports agrees. I would love to replace my 2002 with a wagon and I have been holding out for one.
     
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  11. What I am waiting for is a Prius SUV due to the fact that the seating would be higher
     
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  12. I'd trade my '04 for the coupe, but not the wagon, depending on mpg and price.
     
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  13. I have a 2008 Prius and in Oklahoma relatively flat terrain have attained 58.6 MPG. I have nearly completely drained the battery doing this however, and had to drive around just to charge the battery back up. Li batteries would most definitely be a selling point, but I bet I could drain it too, and would like to plug it in at night, just to be safe. Also if you leave a Prius in the garage for about a week, the Parasitic instrumentation indicators will drain your battery a surprising amount.
    Not good if you want to go on a vacation.
    Fortunately I just don't take vacations. Hmmm.. probably not good either.
     
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  14. If you turn off the smart key function (button under the steering wheel column) you could go on vacation for 3-4 weeks with no problem, should you care to ever take a vacation.
     
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  15. We currently own a 2008 Prius and would most definitely consider a Wagon version in the future. We like the hatchback, but the split glass and wide C-pillar hurt visibility out back. Better to have vertical glass with a wiper, lots more cargo space, plus the window stays cleaner and is much easier to see out of.
     
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  16. I just love my 2010 Prius Package 5 with Technology pack. It's great. I really don't need a wagon style since I live alone and am retired. I love trips in my new Prius, getting 56+ mpg on my trip to Ely, Nv last august. it's so quiet and the new system works well for me. I get 50+ in town alwlays!
    Ken
     
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  17. Call it a station wagon or crossover (a Prius SUV?) plugin hybrid - WHEN CAN I GET IT!!!! I have a 2002 Prius and a 2008 Camry Hybrid, so I'll most likely trade in the 2002 Prius.
     
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  18. I can sleep in my 2010's cargo back. Someone taller could sleep in a wagon - if they got fired.
    Now THAT'S a smart car.
     
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  19. Station wagons are great; bring it on :-D
     
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  20. My 2004 Focus wagon (27 city, 35 highway) fits my bike and my girlfriends bike inside with room left over for luggage. I would buy any hybrid that got 40 MPG or better that would replace my Focus. C-Max hybrid, Prius wagon, or Mazda 5 hybrid.
     
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  21. I would buy any vehicle that got over 40mpg highway and could fit my mountain bike and my dog in it. Plus it has to cruise quietly on the highway and get good crash tests.So it could be the Prius Wagon, or the lincoln C with the 4 cylinder ecoboost , or the 4 cylinder Lexus hybrind hatchback
     
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  22. The renderings of the 2011 prius station wagon body style looks very much like the Toyota Matrix/Pontiac Vibe - both sell reasonably well in the USA. I'd raised the ground clearance ( the proper springs and tires), make the underside aerodynamic, and call it a Prius Crossover SUV.
    Yeah it would sell like hot cakes in the USA but it would eat into the non-towing power RAV4 and Matrix market too.
     
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  23. Front wheel drive may be OK for many, but there are those of us that need AWD or 4WD and better clearance under the car. We don't all live in overly manicured cities!
     
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  24. I would definitely buy the prius wagon. I wish there was one now and yes 4 wheel drive would be nice. I would especially if it could get more mpg.
     
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  25. I would buy a Prius wagon in a heartbeat! Bring it on.
     
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  26. I had a 1988 Camry wagon. Had to buy the sedan when that one reached old age -- have been waiting for a Toyota Station wagon for years!! Can't wait ot see it in the showroom.
     
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  27. I was interested until I saw the windows on the models. I have been looking for years for a wagon or cross over that is high enough to get into easily, has good mileage and VISIBILItY. I almost bought a Matrix till I test drove one. Even the old XB, despite all that glass had posts and headrests in the wrong places and besides, they then came out with a model that gets worse mileage. I have not gone to the dealer yet but the Subaru Outback comes sort of close, though the mileage is not that great.
    I still want a wagon or crossover that is fairly high and gets good mileage and has visiblility.
     
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  28. Why hasn't anyone thought to combine a plug-in hybrid with a bio-diesel engine? Its the best of both worlds. Course, it'd probably be expensive, but it just makes sense.
    The moment they come out with a plug-in hybrid bio-diesel station wagon, I'd buy it. Until then, I'll rely on my feet.
     
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  29. I've been driving a Corolla wagon that I purchased new in 1994. I've had my eye on the Prius for several years now, but the lack of cargo space has been keeping me from buying. If a Prius wagon is released in 2011, I'll be the first in line.
     
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  30. Who cares about a Prius wagon anyway ? The more important issue for an established larger portion of the population is WHY IS THERE NO CAMRY WAGON ????? Toyota fell into a coma once it demised the Camry Wagon in the 1990s. In the years those particular Camrys were built, they were at the top of the best seller lists with multi-star awards and service records. I have a '92 V6 Camry LE Wagon, love it and refuse to give it up. The advantage of a full size wagon is primarily the lower center of gravity (thus better handling) and smoother ride of the sedan equivalent. Toyota is worried too much about it's over-paid SUV engineering staff to make a common sense decision to bring back the Camry Wagon. All this while Americans successfully drive same size or near same size wagons from Mercedes, VW, BMW, Subaru, Ford and Volvo in the various past years. Let's face it, with only what I can describe as a "religious stupidly" Toyota feels it must build foolish 'generation xyz' vehicles which included the ugly failure Scion, too small and/or ugly and/or worthless. Now we have to live through another mistake and failure- the Venza. I don't want or need an undersize tree-hugger Prius...wagon or not. Give a new Camry Wagon the primary hybrid or electric option.
     
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  31. I don't know how other people live without a station wagon. I'd buy a hybrid wagon in a heartbeat as long as it looked a little less ugly than the Prius wagon. The only car with any style in the last ten years is the Dodge Magnum. Toyota has never been attractive, but until now it at least looked like a car rather than an axe-head.
     
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  32. I drive a 2001 Sable wagon. I'd definitely buy a hybrid wagon if it were large enough with reclining seats to lie down completely, had good mileage, was comfortable, and was priced properly.
     
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  33. I play the double bass, drive a lot, and would love a hybrid wagon.
     
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  34. I wonder what the msrp would be?weeded
     
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  35. I've been waiting YEARS for the station wagon to come back to America. SUV's and Minivans are just too damned big, have bad visibility, and I really hate them. I've been nagging Lexus for years to come up with a hybrid station wagon, not too big, and with European fuel efficiency. It sounds as though the new Lexus might just fill the bill. I can't wait!!! Who decided Americans didn't like station wagons anyway? I ALWAYS loved them, and I know I'm not alone!
     
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  36. A wagon would be nice. Ability to occasionally pull a trailer would be even nicer. I like my '06 Prius better than any other car that I've ever owned. A wagon that I could use to occasionally pull a small boat trailer would be even better.
     
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  37. We have been lusting for a wagon configuration in a hybrid for years. 2 greyhounds in the back requires it. Currently driving a Ford Escape, non-hybrid. US hybrids all seem to be more name than reality when it comes to Prius-type MPG. I would be all over the 2011 proposed Prius wagon. The plug in is a super plus.....if it the range exceeds 350 miles and it fully recharges overnight on house circuits. Otherwise, it must have a multi-fuel engine to supplement/recharge for long trips common in the Western states. Due to the likely cost with a lithium battery, I'd probably go for a nickle hydride as a battery option. That said, I really, really want a Prius wagon.
     
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  38. I would totally go for the Prius wagon.
     
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  39. I would go for the Prius Wagon. It is more functional than the hatchback.
     
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  40. I would go for the Prius Wagon. It is more functional than the hatchback.
     
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  41. i would be interested in the wagon as well,vehicles are all swoopy roofed-look alike nowadays.The wagon look, with the roof continuing straight back is a very nice look,offers a lot more room than the swoopy-roofed hatchback styles and look more aggressive,get the look right of it and should be a best-seller.Before SUVS,wagons ruled and SUVS don't handle near as well so should build a wagon with reclining and fold flat rear seat.
     
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  42. I would absolutely be interested in a station-wagon. I can't wait!
     
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  43. I have a 2007 Matrix XR. If the Prius Wagon contains seats that sit as high and the head, hip and cargo room equal or exceed that of my Matix ---I am ready to buy right now.
     
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  44. Anything with more cargo space would be welcome even if a little mileage had to be sacrificed.
     
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  45. It's time to grow up people. ADULTS drive
    station wagons. The SUV craziness has to end, just spend some time in Europe and you'll find no grips with a SW. If you're in Europe and in the car buz, you'd better have a wagon. Yes I'd buy a Prius. What I'd really like is a 3008 Puegeot, come on Puegeot come back to America.
     
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  46. Just bought a 96 Camry wagon with 129K miles to replace my 1990 Camry wagon with ... ta da! 398,456 miles. Yes, we'll drive the '90 til she goes over 400,000. Can't find any other car I like at all. The Prius doesn't hold long items I have to carry, and SUVs don't work at all out here in the country. All pretty photos, no actual get out and go in the mud and snow. The l'il Camry just trundles right by them. Tee hee!
     
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  47. This would totally be my next car for. I have said for years that there needs to be a hybrid family vehicle... hooray!
     
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  48. I definitely want to buy a Prius station wagon or anything with larger interior room than my 2010 Prius, if the fuel economy is at least comparable.
    I have already driven nearly 50k miles on my 2010 Prius. The average mileage is somewhere between 50 and 55 MPG. My best record is 67 MPG after driven 92 miles, going somewhere and returning home. I am very happy with the car, just hope there could be some more space. A Prius station wagon would be nearly perfect for me.
     
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  49. I'd buy a wagon w/ Lithium Ion batteries right now. The Prius coupe won't hold enough. It will need a roof rack and a towing hitch for the bike rack. If it had 4wd, was a plugin, and could be driven on battery only, we might buy two.
     
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  50. Call the Prius Wagon a HYBRID SUV and everyone will buy them. Amazing how unpopular the STATION WAGON term is but everyone is buying SUV and Hybrid SUV. THey are just BIG STATION WAGONS!!!
    I have had a station wagon for all my life and love them, 40 years.
     
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  51. The idea of a prius wagon or prius mini-minivan (i.e., like Mazda5) makes me extremly excited, particularly if it's a six passenger job like the Mazda5. There is no six-passenger hybrid. Personally, I want a car in that range, or possibly like the Honda Element. But there is nothing hybrid, with the exception of Ford's SUV, but that barely seems like a hybrid.
     
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  52. I would buy a Prius Wagon in a Heartbeat, I am currently considering a Venza, but I would go for the Prius wagon or that small pickup that Toyota was showing a year ago.
     
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  53. I have a 1995 Camry Station Wagon and would give anything if Toyota would manufacture such a vehicle once again before this wonderful car just up and dies on me (although it is so reliable that I can't see that happening). Would I consider a Prius wagon...most definitely, but I would prefer a Camry Wagon any day.
     
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  54. Am just waiting for the Prius Wagon to hit the market. Currently drive a 2006 Mazda MPV with 167K on it and need the economy of the Prius and its many safety features. Come on Toyota, announce it please ASAP!.
     
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  55. I currently drive a Ford Focus wagon, just waiting for the Prius wagon so I can get the same cargo space with better gas mileage. Hope it comes soon, I'm approaching 100k on the Focus!
     
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  56. I'll need something eventually to replace my 2006 Focus wagon. I can't believe most people who own SUVs don't own a wagon instead. My Focus wagon has a bigger horizontal area for luggage/dog/etc. than most SUVs and it gets 50% better mpg than most (it doesn't have those stupid fat SUV tires and it has a much lower profile). A Prius wagon? It would resolve the one reason I didn't by a Prius last time: not enough cargo capacity.
     
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  57. I think Toyota could crack the industry wide open once again with a hybrid minivan or crossover. Something with a third row that's not an uneconomical psuedo-truck (ie - SUV).
     
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  58. Absolutely, I'd buy a Prius wagon. Five years ago I was in the market for a car, and I only wanted a wagon. My preference was for a Japanese model, but none were sold in the U.S. (and I didn't want an SUV). I ended up getting a VW Passat wagon - a great purchase! However, next time around I'd like to go back to a Japanese car due to their reliability factor (though we haven't had any problems with our Passat).
     
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  59. As a station wagon person, I would only consider buying a Prius SW if it was long enough to sleep in and the seats folded down flat with no hump. I car camp. Need it to be 6 ft. on the diagonal. Still love my 2004 Prius. How about electric adjusters for driver? Too deep seat pitch really bothers my neck & back; I'm 5'4".
     
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  60. I don't understand what Americans are thinking because SUV's are really impractical. I loved my old Volvo wagon, and my current VW Passat wagon, but would really like to have the hybrid option in a mid-sized wagon for Japanese reliability and gas savings!
     
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  61. I bought two new Toyota Corolla station wagons (one in 1986 and one in 1996) and loved them. When I needed a new Toyota in 2006, I would have bought another wagon, but none was available. I bought a Prius instead and have loved it. I was very pleasantly surprised by how much it carries. In 2016, when I am due for another new car, I will certainly consider a Prius wagon to help me carry grandchildren, manure, lumber, and all the other materials I need for my busy life and projects! I will be 73 at that time and look forward to being able to consider a Prius wagon.
     
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  62. Sign me up for a wagon!
    Former Prius owner, current Camry Hybrid owner, and current VW TDI Sportwagen owner. I'll take a hybrid over a TDI any day!!
     
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  63. I'd love a Prius wagon. ASAP!
     
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  64. I am the proud owner of a 17 year old Toyota Station Wagon and still love it at 208,000 miles - it is still running. However, I have loved the prius since it came out and would love a prius station wagon!!!!
    The sooner the better!!!
     
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  65. I would buy a Prius Station wagon, I have a 2001 Highlander with over 200K on it and I am looking for a replacement, it would be nice to get a Prius or I will go for a Venza
     
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  66. Drive an 05 xB for 75K and also have an 010 xB with 15K. Both get 32 mpg combined despite the bigger 010. Guess we are good econo drivers and we log every single mile, so we have a record. Would consider a Prius Wagon as we are just two with occasional big loads that we don't need to haul on our cargo trailer. Only drawback on Prius is the big slant windshield that allows the sun to cook your legs...xB did it right especially with the placement of the instrument cluster. Still, getting 50 instead of 32 might be worth it if we drove more than our current 10K a year. Otherwise, 18 mpg more doesn't justify the xtra price. Takes too many years to pay out. Now if gas goes to $5-7 p/gal as predicted, heck yes!
     
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  67. I have had a 2004 and, currently, a 2007 Prius. I REALLY want a hybrid Tacoma to replace my 1997. But, absent that, I would buy a wagon, assuming they don't go nutz with the price! !
     
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  68. I would be highly interested in the Prius Wagon model. If it is a true good sized cargo wagon with the same successful MPG 51/48 epa. And of course if the base cost and special options are not out of site in pricing. And yes I am ready to buy. So SHOW ME!!!!!
     
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  69. Could mean the difference between getting a Prius or not since my wife's only reservation has been that it is now little short of the room we'd like. Aside from an assumed price hike, if it's at least as nice as the
    V I think Toyota will have to reserve one for us. Was told by dealer to expect it by Summer '11.
     
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  70. I'm still driving a 1996 Camry station wagon that I love. I've been hoping Toyota would bring out another wagon version. That it will be a hybrid is even better.
     
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  71. I've been waiting YEARS for Toyota to make a Prius wagon. (and i still wish they'd bring back the Corolla wagon, the perfect car....)
     
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  72. I have a 2004 Focus wagon, which I love. As Ford has chosen not to sell the wagons here any longer, a Prius wagon would be a good option, but I am not thrilled. I'll wait to see it and measure the cargo space. Gas mileage is of course a plus.
     
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  73. are u kidding me,wagons are cool. my 1991 accord wagon was the best, but wore it out. had bike racks on top w/factory roof rack. i bought a new gen III prius, because i needed better fuel milage. and it delivered. if the new toy wagon gets the same, or dare i say, better fuel milage, it's a no brainer. i can put a fair amount of stuff in gen III, but a wagon is way more useful. taking a over night camp trip in gen III won't work, but a wagon that's a CAN DO.
     
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