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It's the very last day of July, so it's time again for us to recap the five most popular posts of the month on AllAboutPrius.com.
# 1: 30 Days of the 2010 Toyota Prius: Your Reference Guide. This one has ruled the ratings for months now. We created it to offer an easy way to find all the basics on the 2010 Toyota Prius, and it seems to be working. But maybe we should look at updating it a bit, hmmmm? Bottom Line: This is the place to start for all the info you could ever need on the 2010 Toyota Prius!
# 2: 2010 Toyota Prius: Overview. This one stays solidly in the silver-medal slot. Bottom Line: We still think, as we've said before, that our # 1 post is a better place to start if you're want a way into the entire "30 Days of the 2010 Toyota Prius" series that offers info on every facet of the world's best-known hybrid car in its latest incarnation.
# 3: 30 Days of the 2010 Toyota Prius: Day 1, First Impressions and 70 MPG. Returning to the bronze-medal slot it had in May is our first impression of the new car, along with that alluring "70 MPG" headline! Bottom Line: We can do no better than to quote our colleague Marty Padgett, who wrote: The 2010 Prius is significantly improved over the prior car in dozens of small ways. Along with exceptional fuel economy, it benefits from a taller, more airy cabin and improved driving feel. It's also a more upscale effort in general.
# 4: 30 Days of the 2010 Toyota Prius: Day 4, Equipment Levels and Packages. This one too returned to its May position, just one step off the winners' podium. Our easy-to-understand roundup of Prius permutations may show they're not quite as easy to parse as Toyota might hope. Bottom Line: We did our best to explain the four equipment levels and three option packages available on the 2010 Toyota Prius. We still don't know, however, what's contained in the mysterious $21,000 Prius I equipment level.
# 5: 30 Days of the 2010 Toyota Prius: Day 6, The 5 Not-So-Great Things. And for the last spot, one that's never before been listed: our gentle but firm take on the things that aren't quite so good about the 2010 Toyota Prius. C'mon, you knew there had to be some, right? Bottom Line: Less legroom in the rear, odd combinations of options that don't allow you to spec a fully, completely, utterly loaded 2010 Prius; and the same old battery without a plug-in option. For the other grumbles, read the piece!
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